Since their inception, Modern thrashers Sawthis distinguished themselves for a very strong live attitude, sharing the stage with many international renowned bands such as Lacuna Coil, Entombed, Impaled Nazarene, Shaman and Konkhra to name a few. In 2003 the band signed a deal with Temple Of Noise Records and released their debut album ‘Fusion’ throughout Europe, getting very positive reactions both from the press and the fans. A new, massive live campaign (this time with Destruction, Anathema, Sybreed, Impaled Nazarene, Extrema, Sadist, Necrodeath and Assassin) started in the meantime and also the videoclip for the song ‘Beyond The Bound’ was released.
In 2009 the band signed a new deal with Scarlet Records and entered the studio to record their second full-length album, ‘Egod’. More tours followed, starting with Polish death metal veterans Vader throughout Eastern Europe and a series of successful shows with The Haunted, Primal Fear, Bulldozer, Cattle Decapitation and God Dethroned. A videoclip for the song ‘Act Of Sorrow’ was released in the same period.
Sawthis’ incessant live activity continued until 2012, when they supported Sepultura during their European Kairos Tour and played with Korn at the Spirit Of Burgas Festival. After a new record deal with Bakerteam Records, the new album ‘Youniverse’ hits the stores in September 2013. ‘Youniverse’ is a conceptual work focused on the theme of multiple personality disorder and features a very special guest appearance by Rob Cavestany from Death Angel. After the release of the album, Sawthis start the “Youniverse East European Tour 2013” through Europe, playing some shows with Children Of Bodom. During th 2014, after the partecipation at various festivals, the band is on tour as official support of the death metal legends Deicide. After few month (march 2015) Sawthis are again on the road for a new 11 shows European tour this time as headliner.
During the 2016 the band is busy working one the new album and signs a deal with Mighty Music for the worldwide release of "BABHELL"