The Sade band 2018

The Sade


THE SADE is an Italian power trio founded in 2008 from an original idea of Andrew Pozzy (former OJM).


The first EP was released in 2009, then the debut full length album Damned Love saw the light in 2011. The single 'Deaf Love' was released with an official video, which was aired on Italian channel RockTv and the band appeared on Pino Scotto's "Database" TV show.

2013 is the time of the second effort, simply called II and launched by the single 'Black Demon'. Among the studio guests, Nicola Manzan (Bologna Violenta) takes care of the orchestral parts of the project.

Both records got very positive reviews in the Italian and foreign music press, reaching not only Europe and UK, but also US, South America and Japan. In 2014 the band took part in the compilation Mondo Muerto by Tony La Muerte OMB, playing for the first time ever a cover song in Italian.

During these years The Sade shared the stage with a lot of bands, such as The Misfits, Imperial State Electric, Lords Of Altamont, Gilby Clarke (former Guns'n'Roses), The Dictators NYC.

In 2016 the band recorded their third studio album Grave. It came out on CD, cassette and digital via Audioglobe/Pick Up Records Distribution.


In 2017 bassist Mark left the band to devote himself to the new group Messa. He was replaced by Silvia. Between 2017 and 2018 the band released two videos: 'Afterdeath' and 'Coachman'. In 2018 Go Down Records pressed the vinyl edition of Grave.


Andrew Pozzy | vocals, guitar, piano/synth
Silvia | bass
Matt Sade | drums