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Sinister (band)

Sinister
Origin Schiedam, Netherlands
Genres Death metal
Years active 1988–2004, 2005–present
Labels Witchhunt, Seraphic Decay, Sicktone, Nuclear Blast, Metal Mind, Massacre
Associated acts Houwitser, Weapons to Hunt, Absurd Universe
Website www.sinister-hailthebeast.com
Members Adrie Kloosterwaard
Alex Paul
Bas van den Bogaard
Edwin van den Eeden
Past members Ron van de Polder
Mike van Mastrigt
Corzas Nanuruw
Frank Faaze
Andre Tolhuizen
Bart van Wallenberg
Michel Alderliefsten
Eric de Windt
Joost Silvrants
Rachel van Mastrigt-Heyzer
Pascal Grevinga
Paul Beltman

Sinister is a death metal band from Schiedam, the Netherlands, assembled in 1988, disassembled in 2003, and reassembled in 2005.[1] They have released eleven albums, most recently The Post-Apocalyptic Servant in 2014.

Contents

  • Members 1
    • Timeline 1.1
    • Current members 1.2
    • Former members 1.3
  • Discography 2
    • Studio albums 2.1
    • EPs and singles 2.2
    • DVDs 2.3
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Members

Timeline

Discography

Studio albums

EPs and singles

  • Putrefying Remains/Spiritual Immolation (1990)
  • Sinister (1990)
  • Bastard Saints (1996)

DVDs

  • Prophecies Denied (2006)

References

  1. ^ Torreano, Bradley. "Biography: Sinister".  
  2. ^ Sinister Announces New Band Lineup
  3. ^ Sinister Streams New Track "Transylvania"

External links

  • Sinister
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