In 2016, the band gave several shows in Ukraine, and also performed at the Kilkim Žaibu festival in Lithuania, sharing the stage with such metal acts as Venom, Nifelheim, Schirenc Plays Pungent Stench, Ereb Altor and others.

Since 2017 till now, Sectorial is working on material for the new third full-length album, continuing the concert activity.


In May, after signing a contract with the label Noizr Productions, we announced the album "We Are The Titan's Rising Ashes" coming out with the release of the new track "Autumn Silence Is Covered With Ice".

On August 10, 2015, we released our second LP "We Are the Titan's Rising Ashes" via Noizr Productions . The record’s exclusive presentation was held on October 17 at the Noizr Fest, Kyiv. On the same day, there was a premiere of the debut music video for the song "Tree Eater". Later, the pro-live video "Young Shoots", filmed during performance at the festival, came out.

On December 12, 2015, there was The Best Ukrainian Metal Act 2015 awarding. During the ceremony, our second full-length release "We Are The Titan's Rising Ashes" won in the category "Best Metal Album". Also, the jury members awarded our debut video clip "Tree Eater", directed by Alex Katerynchuk, as "Best Metal Video".


From 2013 to 2014, the band has continued work on the songs for the second album. In the fall of 2014, we started the material tracking with the sound producer Max Morton at the Morton Studio in Kyiv. The artist Yuri "Xninja" Nagorniy was invited for making album cover artwork.


2010–2012 — Sectorial

In July of 2010, Gena, our long-term bassist, quits the band, and is being temporarily replaced by Sand of Shelest Zapahov. After a few tryouts for a new bassist, Boris “Cliff” Krivous becomes a full-fledged  member of the band. With this current line-up we have been on tour across many cities in Ukraine and Russia. During the summer of 2011 we have recorded 27 tracks in the Blacklight Studio which would later be compiled for our LP. During the winter of 2011-2012 we have released three internet singles in support of our LP. The LP, titled Erase And Reborn The Humanity, has been officially released on the 29th of February, 2012, on Metal Scrap Records.


2007–2010 — Sectorial

In beginning of the year 2007 Maxim quits the band due to personal reasons. Igor then decides to blast the drums himself, as he has been showing interest in playing drums since the very first time he has been welcomed in the band. Ivan starts to combine vocals and bass. Sectorial has played one concert that way and we have decided that it's time to look for a new guitarist. Our choice fell on the founder of the band Tritonium (later renamed to Dezert), Dmitry Vashchenko.  

The modern history of Sectorial begins in 2007. In the summer of 2007 we record songs that would later be included in the demo, and the band performs with a few other Ukrainian and Russian bands. We realize that the missing element that is essential for further growth is a free vocalist, and that is why Gena takes on bass playing responsibilities so that Burz can completely devote his time on stage to vocals and the show.

The beginning of 2008 has been marked with a very important milestone – the band has finally been able to summarize some of the latest work and release an EP titled Cerebrum Necrosis Est It In Nobis. In 2008 we have played more than 20 concerts across Ukraine (including Premier Fest, Condor Fest, Euphoria Fest). Our track PopuLism has been featured in the first Ukrainian rock compilation Chista Planeta (Pure Earth).

On August 1st of the same year our debut EP has been officially presented on the Kiev radio station Rocks. In September we have participated in the preliminary selection of The Global Battle of The Bands and came # 4. In December we begin recording our second EP. On January 4th our track Era Vodoliya (Age of Aquarius) is presented on Madrid radio station Carcoma during its La Hora De La Carniceria program. During the fall of 2009 we begin recording Controlled Insane EP in a Kiev studio Blacklight, which was released on 12/19/2009. During the spring of 2009 we have played 9 concerts across Ukraine in support of the new EP.


2004–2006 — Sectorial

For the next 2 years the band has temporarily stopped its activity due to issues with rehearsal space. But 2006 has marked a new period for our band. After a few attempts in search of a second guitarist we decide to settle with one guitar in the band. At this point our line-up was composed of Burz (bass), Gena (guitar), OTIS (drums), Reich (vocals).


2000–2003 — Sectorial

The history of Sectorial begins in 2000. The band was originally founded by Yury “Gena” Litvin and Maksim “OTIS” Zhivolup. Initially Sectorial was somewhat a classmate band, but after a period of time shit got more serious. Shortly the band was joined by a bass player Ivan “Burz” Kozakevich, guitarist Vladimir “Olmer” Annenkov, and a vocalist Igor “Reich” Kovalenko. With this lineup we have played a small number of concerts, before Vladimir quit the band.

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