V. RYO / G. HIRO / B. SHINGO / D. KENGO
First live is held. A sticker is freely distributed.
Live is held. The demotape "Biyaku (媚薬)" is distributed, starting from this live.
Guitarist HIRO and bassist SHINGO secede due to musical differences. SAKRUN pauses activity.
V. RYO / D. KENGO
The magazine "SHOCK AGE" notes that a second demo, "majestic", has been released.
GIZZLLE joins as guitarist, and an unnamed support member plays bass. During November (though the band is said to have played a live at 1992-10-26 at Ichikawa (市川) CLUB GIO), SAKRUN resumes activity.
V. RYO / G. GIZZLLE / B. ? (support) / D. KENGO
Live is held. A demo (if it exists, possibly "majestic"), is freely distributed in 100 copies only.
By this time, guitarist GIZZLLE has seceded. Guitarist HIRO rejoins the band, and bassist MASAHIDE (マサヒデ) also joins by this time.
V. RYO / G. HIRO / B. MASAHIDE / D. KENGO
Live is held. Following, vocalist RYO and bassist MASAHIDE (マサヒデ) withdraw due to musical differences. After the live, auditions are held for new band members, while the band pauses temporarily.
V. Shuuji (秀仁) / G. Hiroaki (啓明) / B. Tomokazu (朝和) / D. Kengo (賢悟)
Vocalist Shuuji (秀仁) and bassist Tomokazu (朝和) join. Guitarist HIRO changes his name to Hiroaki (啓明), and drummer KENGO changes his name to Kengo (賢悟). The band also change their name to SAKRUN (さくらん).
First live with vocalist Shuuji (秀仁) and bassist Tomokazu (朝和) is held.
In November or December of 1994, SAKRUN disbands.