|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dismal Gleams Of Desolation||8||Audio||Adipocere Records|
|2||The Tide Has Turned||10||Audio||1995||Adipocere Records|
|3||Promo '93||4||Audio||1993||Not On Label (God Forsaken Self-released)|
|4||Tomorrow Is Never||3||Audio||2001||Not On Label (God Forsaken Self-released)|
|5||Electric Release||3||Audio||2002||Ktok Records|
|6||Dismal Gleams Of Desolation||8||Audio||1992||Adipocere Records|
|7||The Tide Has Turned||10||Audio||1995||Morbid Noizz Productions|
After renaming from [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Putrid+(2)]Putrid[/url] in 1990 they composed [url=http://www.discogs.com/God-Forsaken-Dismal-Gleams-Of-Desolation/master/203581]Dismal Gleams of Desolation[/url](1992), which was a [b]death/doom[/b] metal release.
The second album, [r=648352] (1995), consisted of the same death/doom but with some rock & roll touch on it, after which they split up for the first time.
Then they reunited to play [b]stoner rock/doom metal[/b]: after releasing [r=3516437] (2001) and [r=3516630] (2002) singles they disbanded again.
The band originates from Ylistaro, Finland.