After passing on such names as Infinitum, Cheese on tost, Metalfest, Blue toe, and even being threatend to leave the name overshadow alone, a moniker for the quartet was found, and S.D.R. were born. Songs came and went, as did the "Do not obstruct" demo in late 2002, but by autumn 2003 S.D.R. had found its sound.
The band were ready to move forward. "Death Designs" was released in the summer of 2004. The new songs showed more depth and menace to the music. Paul Left SDR in the summer of 2005.
The 3 remaining menbers would go on to record "Both Sides" in 2006, whilst continuiing to search for a new drummer. That Drummer was finaly found in 2007, when Ian Joined the band. As a 4 piece again, SDR recorded demos for loads of new songs in the summer of 07, and gigs are in the pipe line. 2. A drum & bass composer named Adrian Lloyd, having created some tracks as part of the 'Food For Thought' compilation released in the UK in 1997, also having worked with Subsonic on the same compilation.
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