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The god that never was = LP = (LP)
AMAZING 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION GATEFOLD PURPLE VINYL REISSUE OF DISMEMBERS SEVENTH ALBUM.
Founded 1988 in Stockholm/Sweden, Dismember were among those responsible for Death Metals big break through. The debut album, Like An Ever Flowing Stream from 1991, clearly showed that Dismember are an uncompromising band which resulted in their rise to cult status within a short period of time after the album took the scene by storm. Extensive touring with bands like Death, Morbid Angel and Cannibal Corpse showed that Dismember are a live force to be reckoned with and the number of fans grew steadily. Spurred on by success, it was easy to commence the songwriting for the next album. However, the band then released the 5-track EP, "Pieces", and went out on tour again instead with Napalm Death and Obituary. They played for thousands of fans throughout Europe thus reinforcing their status as one of the best live bands on earth. Dismember set a new path and signed for Karmageddon Records. In 2004, they released their sole album with that label titled Where Ironcrosses Grow and sounds close to Hate Campaign and is heavily inspired by Iron Maiden and Autopsy. They switched record companies again in 2005, signing to Regain Records now, who bought the rights to their earlier albums as well and released them as luxury digipak editions. In 2006, Dismember released their seventh album The God That Never Was continuing in the style of its predecessor. The band spent February on the road in Europe. In November 2006, Dismember toured Europe as part of the Masters of Death tour, with Grave, Unleashed, Entombed and Exterminator.
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