Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude
Ah yeah. I wasn't really counting that because it was released a ways after the band broke up and wasn't made up of material from the studio for it, y'know? It's a collector's item, more like a label production than the band's output.
I'll tell ya. Slam is fun as hell. Abominable Putridity, Defeated Sanity, Guttural Secrete, and Pathology have been favorites of mine.
When I found Disembowelment's first album, I was sitting in a used CD store and it was in the $1 section. The cover was not metal but the name was. Those days were cool because even with the internet in 2000, you still had to find metal music by searching it out. Finding something was a big thing. There was underground magazines too that do what the internet does today. Extreme metal CDs were often cheap if they were obscure. There was no online data base for record stores.Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/19/14 at 12:39pm