Still revered in underground circles as doom-grind pioneers, Melbourne, Australia's Disembowelment left as their legacy only a pair of highly traded demos (1990's Mourning September and 1991's Deep Sensory Procession into Aural Fate), an EP called Dusk (1992), and a much emulated 1993 LP entitled Transcendence into the Peripheral. But what a legacy. The last two remain genre classics and were issued by the Relapse label, after which bandmembers Renato Gallina (vocals/guitar), Jason Kells (guitar), Matthew Skarajew (bass), and Paul Mazziotta (drums) unfortunately disbanded due to growing musical differences, having never even performed live. ~ Eduardo RivadaviaPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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