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Dismember is a Swedish death metal band and is well known in the extreme metal underground. The band formed from members of Carnage in Stockholm in 1988.
Dismember released their debut, Like an Ever Flowing Stream in 1991 which turned out to be an early example of Scandinavian death metal.
Many fans held this album as their favorite & it was overall ranked as a death metal masterpiece. The group's fanbase that established with their debut album grew with the release of Pieces in 1992.
In 1993 Dismember released their ever most successful album, Indecent & Obscene. The album featured their most famous theme: Dreaming in Red. Indecent & Obscene is the second album by Dismember, accompanied by two music videos for the tracks Skinfather and Dreaming in Red.
The bands second album also became their best selling album to this day. Continued gaining success with the same momentum, Dismember launched their third album entitled Massive Killing Capacity. A music video was made for the track Casket Garden.
The album was re-released by Regain Records in 2006. Followed to Massive killing Capacity was appeared the bands fourth album, Death Metal. Death Metal spawned a single Let The Napalm Rain that turned out to be a huge success.
The track opened with a sample from the movie Apocalypse Now. Dismember released their fifth album called Hate Campaign. Followed to it was Ironcrosses Grow.
In the mid 1990s, following many Scandinavian death metal bands, Dismember began softening their sound. Their 1995's Massive Killing Capacity appeared with more melodic approaches, hence had a good public response.
In 2000, attempting to recover some power of their first two albums, Dismember came up with their much heavier album. Musically somewhere between Indecent and Obscene and Massive Killing Capacity, Hate Campaign was deliberately not taken seriously by Nuclear Blast.
Nuclear Blast's deliberate poor job for Hate Campaign disappointed Dismember. The bands deal with Nuclear Blast ended. Dismember signed to Karmageddon Records who issued their sole album, Where Ironcrosses Grow, in 2004. The band switched record companies again in 2005, signing to Regain Records that time.
Regain Records bought the rights to Dismembers earlier albums as well. The label later released those albums as luxury digipak editions. In 2006, Dismember appeared with their seventh album The God That Never Was and spent February on the road in Europe for albums promotion.
Shortly after the release of 'The God That Never Was', Estby left the band. In April 2008, the group came up with their self-titled eighth album, Dismember. It was released April 1, 2008.
A promo copy of this album was leaked onto p2p networks in early 2008. In addition to issuing full-length studio albums, Dismember also released other albums.
Pieces is an EP released in 1992 through Nuclear Blast. Regain Records re-issued this album with eight live tracks recorded in Stockholm, 1993 in 2005.
Casket Garden is their yet another EP released in 1995 under the same label. The song Casket Garden is also the ninth track on Dismember's third album Massive Killing Capacity. Today, the band members of Dismember are truly enjoying themselves as a major death metal group.