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|Origin||Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States|
|Genres||Thrash metal, speed metal, power metal, progressive metal|
|Past members||Mark Antoni
Realm formed in 1985 in Milwaukee. They released two underground demo tapes at first; Perceptive Incentive in 1985 and the landmark Final Solution in 1986. In 1988, the band signed to the up-and-coming Roadrunner Records label and released their debut album, Endless War, later that year. The album featured a classic cover version of The Beatles' song "Eleanor Rigby" that they converted into speed metal form.
In 1990, Realm released their much anticipated second album, Suiciety. It contained a more unique progressive sound than the band's earlier releases.
After fulfilling their 2-album deal with Roadrunner, the band searched for a new label. They recorded another album's worth of material, but it remains unreleased to this day. In 1992, Realm disbanded.
Endless War and Suiciety were digitally remastered and re-released worldwide under the Metal Mind Productions label in 2006 and in 2007 in the United States.
- "Eleanor Rigby" (1988)
- Perceptive Incentive (1985)
- Final Solution (1986)
- Demo (1992)
Last known line-up
- Mark Antoni − vocals
- Paul Laganowski − guitar
- Takis Kinis − guitar
- Steve Post − bass
- Mike Olson − drums
Former members (from before the last known line-up)
- Doug Parker − vocals
- Roger Gottfried - Bass
- Mike Stixs - Drums