Sextrash was formed in mid-1987 by Sarcófago’s former drummer, D. D. Crazy, with Oswald Scheid (vocals – RIP), Tomy Simmons (bass) and Damned Sentry (guitars). This line up yielded a heavy, aggressive and fast sound, and the band released the EP XXX under the French label Maggot Records. This EP reached fifth place in the play list of the English magazine Metal Forces. Sextrash quickly became an important band in the worldwide musical scene due to their unflinching Death/Metal approach.
In September 1990, Cogumelo Records released their first LP, Sexual Carnage. Its ten songs display their raw, heavy and unique style. In September 1992, and with a different line-up, they released their second LP, Funeral Serenade, which was recognized by its technical superiority and considered as “techno-death metal” by critics and fans, both in Brazil and abroad. The album’s lyrics were abusive and anti-moralist, reflecting Sextrash’s ideas and mixing fantasies with the reality of the world in which we all live. The band launched its first Brazilian tour in support of that record and proved itself as a true revelation of the Brazilian underground scene. This amazing album is finally reissued in luxury digipack with a bonus DVD featuring the band caught live In Belo Horizonte on 12th April 1991.