Disembowelment (also written as diSEMBOWELMENT) is one of the doom-metal legends, and an example to many modern-day Death/Doom bands. They go from blasting death moments to super-slow doom-metal, all done with deep growled vocals hence their style that they help make in the early days of this Death/Doom genre.
They broke up too quick after only releasing one full length and a small number of Demos. Luckly the record company had released compilations which inclued all of their material. Hopefully others are fans or atleast heard of this great band, Disembowelment.
Hybrid_Killer Account deleted
01.02.2007 at 09:31
Funny you made this thread right now- I just purchased the mentioned compilation in my recent crusade for all things death/doom.
I had been avoiding this band for a while because I thought they were supposed to be a doom metal band with death metal influences (which is kinda what they are lol), and I REALLY hate slow death metal, so I just disregarded them. However, I've been listening to them a little bit recently and I'm slowly liking them. I think it's fairly obvious that they had some influence on Bethlehem's Dark Metal, since they had a similar style.
One of best doom metal bands.I can't explain them,they're just...supernatural.Music greater than life.
rageing atheist Account deleted
02.01.2008 at 22:49
Greatest thing about the music of diSEMBOWELMENT is the contrast, when the music actually does speed up I feel almost ecstatic, also I love both, the clean ethereal guitar tone and the raw and ugly tone of the distorted guitar on Transcendence Into The Peripheral. The distorted guitar sound is close to perfection, with its organic and dangerous sound.
Yes,their music is extremely dirty and ugly - and that's the point of all tings - you can't have nice sound when songs are about not so nice things
Fucked Upstairs. Account deleted
03.01.2008 at 07:43
diSEMBOWELMENT is fucking brilliant, especially their song "the tree of life and death" gives me the creeps everytime i listen to it. i wonder if these gods think about reuniting like all of the suprising reunions we saw in the past 2 years.
"Ex-band members of diSEMBOWELMENT looking for someone to assist with vocal needs for a new project combining elements of diSEMBOWELMENT, Trial of the Bow and contemporary Death/Doom. We are looking for someone who can sing a blend of death and black metal styles. Experience and versatility most important. If you play bass/guitar, this would be an advantage too. Locality must be within Melbourne (at this stage) as we are in the process of writing and recreating. We will be jamming some old diSEMBOWELMENT material as well. Preferred age 25+. Jamming on a weekly basis.
Can you handle this? Contact us for further details .....
Yes there is death influence in this one especially in the beginning and the end, but the middle of the song was quite Funeral Doom I liked it.
Moved the discussion because I don't want to get off-topic on Der's review. I stick with the Death/Doom tag because that's what they played as a whole and influenced that entire scene. Also... I might understand the funeral doom idea because of the slowness sometimes but there's definitely no black here. While the production is really raw and muddy, the riffs are pure death riffs slowed down.
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