Dismember

Members of Dismember: David Blomqvist, Erik Gustafsson, Fred Estby, Johan Bergebäck, Magnus Sahlgren, Martin Persson, Matti Kärki, Richard Cabeza, Robert Sennebäck, Sharlee D'Angelo, Thomas Daun, Tobias Cristiansson
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dismember_%28band%29

Discography of Dismember:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Massive Killing Capacity 11 Audio 1995
2 Pieces 6 Audio 1992 Nuclear Blast America
3 Indecent And Obscene 9 Audio 1993-12-00 Nuclear Blast
4 Indecent And Obscene 9 Audio 1993-12-00 Nuclear Blast
5 Hate Campaign 11 Audio 2000-01-17
6 Like An Ever Flowing Stream 11 Audio 1991 Nuclear Blast
7 Death Metal 12 Audio 1997 Nuclear Blast
8 Death Metal 12 Audio 1997 Nuclear Blast America
9 Like An Everflowing Stream 12 Audio 2005 Candlelight Records USA
10 Misanthropic 5 Audio 1997 Nuclear Blast
11 Pieces 6 Audio 1992 Nuclear Blast America
12 Pieces 5 Audio 1992
13 Skin Her Alive 2 Audio 1991 Nuclear Blast
14 Massive Killing Capacity 11 Audio 1995
15 Where Ironcrosses Grow 10 Audio 2004 Karmageddon Media
16 The God That Never Was 11 Audio 2006 Regain Records
17 Casket Garden 3 Audio 1995 Nuclear Blast
18 Pieces 6 Audio 1992 Nuclear Blast
19 Indecent & Obscene / Pieces 17 Audio 2000-05-25
20 Indecent And Obscene 9 Audio 1993 Nuclear Blast
21 Like An Ever Flowing Stream 8 Audio 1991 Nuclear Blast
22 Indecent And Obscene 12 Audio 2005 Regain Records
23 Like An Everflowing Stream 12 Audio 1996-04-08
24 Massive Killing Capacity 15 Audio 2005
25 Dismember 11 Audio 2008-02-18 Regain Records
26 Dismember 11 Audio 2008-02-18 Regain Records
27 Like An Everflowing Stream 13 Audio 2005 Karmageddon Media
28 Demos '88 - '90 18 Audio 2002 Not On Label
29 The God That Never Was 11 Audio 2006-02-20 Candlelight Records USA
30 Where Ironcrosses Grow 10 Audio 2004-03-08 Candlelight Records USA
31 Massive Killing Capacity 15 Audio 2005-06-20 Regain Records
32 Hate Campaign 14 Audio 2000-02-23 Avalon
33 Hate Campaign 14 Audio 2005 Regain Records
34 Death Metal 17 Audio 2007 Regain Records
35 Dismember 13 Audio 2008 Regain Records
36 Like An Everflowing Stream 8 Audio 1991 Nuclear Blast
37 Last Blasphemies 3 Audio 1989 Not On Label (Dismember Self-released)
38 Death Metal 16 Audio 2010-02-26 Back On Black
39 Massive Killing Capacity 11 Audio 1995 Nuclear Blast
40 Pieces 15 Audio 2010 Back On Black
41 Like An Ever Flowing Stream 12 Audio 2010 Back On Black
42 The God That Never Was 11 Audio 2010 Back On Black
43 Like An Ever Flowing Stream 10 Audio 1991 Nuclear Blast America
44 Indecent And Obscene 9 Audio 1993 Nuclear Blast America
45 Indecent And Obscene 11 Audio 2010 Back On Black
46 Like An Ever Flowing Stream 10 Audio 1992 MG Records (2)
47 Massive Killing Capacity 11 Audio 1995 Nuclear Blast America
48 Misanthropic 5 Audio 1997 Nuclear Blast
49 Complete Demos 12 Audio 2008 Not On Label
50 Massive Killing Capacity 11 Audio 1996-02-21 Victor


Swedish death metal band orignally formed in 1988 as Dismemberizer by David Blomqvist (guitar), Robert Sennebäck (vocals, bass, guitar) and Fred Estby (drums). Two demos were made, "Dismembered" in 1988 and "Last Blasphemies" in 1989. The band then split up and Blomqvist and Estby joined Carnage but it ended when Michael Amott left for Carcass. The remaining Carnage members Estby, Matti Kärki (vocals) and Blomqvist decided to reform Dismember.

In 1991 a demo, "Reborn in Blasphemy", was recorded. Sennebäck returned to the band and Richard Cabeza (bass) of Carbonized also joined the band. They were then signed to Nuclear Blast and soon they recorded "Like an Ever Flowing Stream" and released it same year. In June 1991 they went on their first European tour with Morbid Angel and in March 1992 they released a 5-track EP called "Pieces". Shortly after the release they went on another tour with Napalm Death and Obituary.

In 1993 "Indecent and Obscene" was released and it was followed by a US tour and then a European one. The two EPs "Casket Garden" and "Misanthropic" were released in 1995 and were followed by the succes album, "Massive Killing Capacity". Then "Death Metal" was released in 1997 and after the release Magnus Sahlgren (guitar) replaced Sennebäck. Cabeza left the band before the recording of "Hate Campaign" which featured Sharlee D'Angelo (bass) of Mercyful Fate. The album was released in 2000 and shortly after Sharlee D'Angelo had to leave for the returning Richard Cabeza.

"Where Ironcrosses Grow" was then released in 2004.

On October 16 2011 they announced that they had disbanded.


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