|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Terror Leads To Better Days||9||Audio||1999||Korm Plastics|
|2||Death Sentence||3||Audio||1985||Opus Dei Society|
|3||Siege (1999-2009)||9||Audio||2009||Old Europa Cafe|
|4||Siege (1999-2009)||11||Audio||2009||Old Europa Cafe|
|5||Terror Leads To Better Days||9||Audio||1986||Korm Plastics|
|6||Cunt 666 Cock 888||4||Audio||2012||No Brain Productions|
|7||Fear Eats The Soul||4||Audio||Zeal SS|
|8||Human Skull||2||Audio||Not On Label (Death Pact International Self-released)|
|9||Australian Units||16||Audio||2014||L. White Records|
|10||Techno-Toxic Pt 1-8||4||Audio||Not On Label|
A moniker devised in 1985 by members of what are now [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Grey+Wolves,+The]The Grey Wolves[/url]. Anyone may use the DPI name to release music, publish printed material, or perform at live events. Such material has no copyright and is the property of everyone. It may be reused or reprinted by any person in any manner, provided that the DPI name is retained.
A variety of people have worked behind the DPI name over the years, including [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Grey+Wolves,+The]The Grey Wolves[/url], [a=Con-Dom], [a=Vidna Obmana], [a=Frans De Waard], and [a=Wertham].