After a period of line-up changes, the first stable formation was completed with the addition of bassist P. Liszka and drummer D. Karasiński in March 1993. They started working on new songs for a demo but eventually split-up in February 1994, due to conflicts between the band members.
Later the same February 1994, Małek and Zając reactivated the band, changing its name to Existence. The new line-up featured Lichy still on bass and former Hannibal drummer Adam Czernecki. A few weeks later, Lichy was replaced by Ciemny (previously on Hannibal too). The band started rehearsing and sending his music to metal fanzines. On 4th July, they entered the Kleks Studio in Wrocław to record their first demo, entitled ...In Pain, combining thrash and death – released through Grinder Promotion, which Ciemięga owned.
In 1995, a new vocalist was added. Existence eventually broke-up in 1997.