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Dismember - Like An Ever Flowing Stream

8.6 | 446 votes |
Release date: 28 May 1991
Style: Death metal


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01. Override Of The Overture
02. Soon To Be Dead
03. Bleed For Me
04. And So Is Life
05. Dismembered
06. Skin Her Alive
07. Sickening Art
08. In Death's Sleep
09. Deathevocation [bonus]
10. Defective Decay [bonus]
11. Torn Apart [bonus]
12. Justifiable Homicide [bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1991: 8

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Artwork by Dan Seagrave

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This music is not meant for easy listeners on a family road trip or vacation, or anything like that; it's death metal after all,. Still, the Swedish death metal scene showed us that it needn't just be about having outrageously heavy guitar tone and bass, with deep harsh growls, and brutal lyrics, but that death metal could also be very fun and groovy, with great catchy melodies too. You could even argue that this was where the true origins of what was to become melodic death metal had actually began.

published 09.08.2022 | Comments (7)

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03.08.2022 - 20:27
A Real Mönkey
Meh, Entombed is this but better.
"Change the world. My final message. Goodbye."

~Last words of Harambe, seconds before he was shot, according to child he shielded from gunfire
13.12.2023 - 20:37
I don't really understand the comments about this being just LHP part II, just weaker. The production is the most obvious resemblance, and the vocals being more agrressively shouted rather than the cookie monster that american death-metal will be known for; but this has much better riffs and melodies. LHP uses this type of sound much better, as this album over-does, to the point were everything sounds like it was drenched in reverb.

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