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Dismember Announce Release of More Classic Albums on Streaming Platforms

Swedish death metal pioneers Dismember have announced the release of more classic albums onto digital streaming platforms. More info here.



Swedish death metal pioneers Dismember have announced immediate release digitial release of two classic albums, the compilation The Complete Demos (1988-1990) as well as the rare 1991 master of their classic debut, Like An Ever Flowing Stream.

In 2022, Dismember began to relaunch their complete catalogue and this mission continues in 2023! The newest entry is a carefully restored collection of their earliest works titled The Complete Demos (1988-1990). This release was remastered by Patrick W. Engel from new tape transfers by Nicola Costantini (‘Encyclopedia Of Svensk Döds Metall’), and showcases the early days in the band’s evolution culminating in the infamous Reborn in Blasphemy demo which initiated the group’s career with Nuclear Blast Records.

In addition, Nuclear Blast and Dismember have announced the release of the June 1991 master of the band’s debut album, Like An Ever Flowing Stream, which due to its higher dynamic range is considered to be the superior sounding version of the recording. Until now it had only been available on one particular CD pressing from 1991, but an old copy was unearthed while restoring the group’s back catalogue, so it can finally be made available to a wider audience. Enjoy it in all its gory glory.

You can listen to the full Dismember discography across all digital platforms here.

Artwork for Dismember Digital Releases

Tour Dates:

05/26-28 – Whittlebury Park – Manorfest
05/26-27 – Hollandscheveld – Graveland Festival
06/07-10 – Gdansk – Mystic Festival
07/13-15 – Gävle – Gefle Metal Festival
08/09-12 – Fortress Josefov – Brutal Assault
08/11-13 – Kortrijk – Alcatraz Festival
09/07-09 – Aleksandrów Łódzki – Summer Dying Loud Festival

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