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Product details

  • Audio CD (18 July 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Karmageddon Media
  • ASIN: B0009VN8CC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 470,551 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  8. In Death's Sleep 5:21£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Deathevocation (Bonus Track) 4:46£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Defective Decay (Bonus Track) 4:04£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Torn Apart (Bonus Track) 4:43£0.99  Buy MP3 
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Hughes on 11 Jan 2006
Format: Audio CD
It was bands like Dismember and the slightly superior Entombed that helped to start the Scandinavian death metal scene in the late 80's and early 90's. Great to see they're still going to this day actually, which says a lot for their longevity and more importantly, the quality of their music. I remember picking up this gem on tape after it received excellent reviews when it was originally released in 1991 and having worn the tape out over the years, I'm delighted that the nice people at Nuclear Blast have re-released it for newer fans to enjoy.

This album received a lot of controversial press when it was originally released due to song titles such as 'Skin her alive', and was actually impounded by UK customs at the time for indecent and obscene lyrics. This, in my opinion, only helped the album to shift more copies and its lyrics were certainly no more 'obscene' than some of the other death metal acts around at the time (Cannibal Corpse, Autopsy etc). Anyway, to the music and as a debut release, it ranks among some of the finest death metal releases of this time period. The raw sound, buzzsaw guitars and sometimes punk like like vocals from Matti Kärki helped establish this record as a pure and extreme slab of Swedish death metal. It was recorded at the now famous Sunlight studios in Stockholm and although the production may not be as tight as today's standards, this album still stands the test of time.

All in all, a classic death metal release from 1991 and a very fine debut which has gone on to inspire countless bands in the genre throughout the years. Great to see that with later releases they haven't compromised their brutal style either. If you are a fan of early 90's death metal then this album should be an essential part of your collection. There are four bonus tracks on the re-release too, so go pick it up. Check out the wonderful Dan Seagrave cover artwork also, great stuff.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 10 Sep 2004
Format: Audio CD
In the simplest of terms, Dismember are one of the greatest Death Metal bands in the history of the genre. Along with their countrymen and close colleagues Entombed, they introduced the rest of the world to the so-called 'Sunlight sound', named after the studio in Stockholm where they recorded their finest material. Sounding similar in style to the better-known Entombed's early releases, Dismember have both a guitar sound and a bottom end to die for. The guitars sound like a rusty chainsaw with pick-ups attached to it whilst the bass on this recording could level a house with enough volume. The music is mainly mid-paced to quick (no ridiculous speedblasts, anyway) and the vocals are gruff and harsh, but not overly brutal. It's got the old school DM song titles down to a fine art as well, with such classics as 'Soon To Be Dead' and the all time classic 'Skin Her Alive'. In short, it's got everything you could ever ask from a semi-melodic Death Metal release. This is their debut release from way back in 1991, but in truth their style hasn't altered very much over the years, not that that's'a problem when it sounds as good as this. If you're a fan of Death Metal, chances are you already have a copy of this record and you've played it nearly to the point where it no longer works. If you're a fan of the genre and you don't own a copy, you need to get yourself one, simple as that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. G. Hazeldine on 10 Oct 2002
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How many people have heard of the band Entombed? Well, it may interest you to know that these guys released this album around the time of Entombed's first 'Left Hand Path', and has a similar feel to it.
The main differences between the two albums are two-fold:-
1) Dismember were faster.
2) Dismember included more melody (at the time)
Not only that, but with a slightly better low-end production too!
If you've never heard 'Left Hand Path', then imagine great, mid-paced death metal, with variable tempo, a slight dash of punk, a slight dash of melody, and one of the lowest low-end bass sounds ever produced (until Mortician). This album follows that, and this style was good enough to be named 'The Swedish Sound' in Terrorizer's 90's issue. 'Like An Everflowing Stream' is also included in their best of the 90's, along with 'Left Hand Path', and you're about to find out why (especialy if you buy it).
The opener sets the tone. 'Override of The Overture'. The riffs come out furiously, rumbling the windows of the house as they do so, and give way to a more melodic chorus. The whole album goes back to this theme in different ways: sometimes faster songs, sometimes slower, but always with that dash of melody.
As with 'Left Hand Path', this can be described as old-school, but it's what showed the nu-school what to do...
Essential, as it captures the essence of the early 90's period of death metal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 30 Aug 2004
Format: Audio CD
In the simplest of terms, Dismember are one of the greatest Death Metal bands in the history of the genre. Along with their countrymen and close colleagues Entombed, they introduced the rest of the world to the so-called 'Sunlight sound', named after the studio in Stockholm where they recorded their finest material. Sounding similar in style to the better-known Entombed's early releases, Dismember have both a guitar sound and a bottom end to die for. The guitars sound like a rusty chainsaw with pick-ups attached to it whilst the bass on this recording could level a house with enough volume. The music is mainly mid-paced to quick (no ridiculous speedblasts, anyway) and the vocals are gruff and harsh, but not overly brutal. It's got the old school DM song titles down to a fine art as well, with such classics as 'Soon To Be Dead' and the all time classic 'Skin Her Alive'. In short, it's got everything you could ever ask from a semi-melodic Death Metal release. This is their debut release from way back in 1991, but in truth their style hasn't altered very much over the years, not that that's'a problem when it sounds as good as this. If you're a fan of Death Metal, chances are you already have a copy of this record and you've played it nearly to the point where it no longer works. If you're a fan of the genre and you don't own a copy, you need to get yourself one, simple as that.
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