riginally formed under the name Abortus in 1998, the re-named Herratik started in mid 2004 and introduced a new brand of death/thrash metal into the Sydney, Australia Metal Scene. As Abortus they created a set of demos and two full length albums. In 2004, Abortus decided to change their name to Herratik, a deliberate misspelling of "Heretic". With the membership of Wader (guitars), George Trajkovski (guitars; ex-Abortus), Mark White (vocals) and George Kozaroski (bass; ex-Abortus).
Wrath Divine would arrive in 2006. This album contained 10 new tracks, plus 4 more re-recorded older songs from the previous two CD's in recognition of the Abortus days. It was recorded at Amethyst Studios, engineered, mixed and produced by former Dimmu Borgir guitarist Astennu. Herritik also hired a session drummer to complete this recording under the name of Necrodemon from Germany's black/death metal band Mystic Circle. Compromise Gone then arrived in 2011.