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Disgorge (MEX) - Biography



The audio putrefaction and decomposition started back in late '93, with the aim of creating the sickest and most brutal band in Mexico. The band's sound was very influenced by the old death metal sound of late '80s often compared to Grave, Incantation, Mortician, Dismember and Carcass.

Already in '94, the band released their first demo/rehearsal including 6 songs of a totally nauseous old-school gore-death/grind, receiving a very good response from the underground that made them to deal with Bellphegot Rec. for the release of their first official studio demo in '95 under the title of "Through the Innards". Four songs full of gore and with a more death metal influence.

In '96 the band released its 2nd demo "Blood and Pus Emanations", including three odes of destruction of the most rotten and sick death/grind, which lead them to perform their first tour through Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua) in coalition with American Line Prods.

'Chronic Corpora Infest' was the band's first full-length album, recorded in '97 and including 9 songs, it was first released the same year on cassette format by Perpetual Rec. (Mexico) and later, in '98, on CD format by American Line Prod., including a much more explicit artwork and giving the band a wider exposure in the rest of the world, as well as offering them the chance of doing a second tour through Central America in the same year.

In 1998 the band recorded four new songs for their "Promo '98" in search of a new company for their second album. In the meantime, two of these songs were included on a split 7" EP with Squash Bowels and their demo "Blood and Pus Emanations" was re-released by Japanese label Obliteration Rec. with new artwork.

Finally, in '99, Disgorge signed a deal with the Spanish label Repulse Rec., one of the most respected and legendary death metal labels in the world's underground. So, by the end of that year, the band recorded 'Forensick', featuring George "CorpseGrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse doing backing vocals in one song. In the year 2000, 'Forensick' was released on a worldwide basis with an excellent promotion and distribution, shocking the worldwide scene, not only because of displaying one of the most explicit album covers ever, but also because it included 10 songs of the most brutal, heavy and chaotic death/grind/gore ever to be vomited on planet Earth.

The band took part in some of the most relevant festivals and tours in Mexico like the Brutal Fest, Devastation Tour and TormenTour, receiving an overwhelming response in the Mexican scene. Now in 2001, the band did the European Forensick Tour together with Sanatorium with 35 dates through 14 countries like Czech Rep., Austria, Slovenia, France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland and Germany. At the same time, 'Forensick' was licensed to Necropolis Rec. for the US & Canadian territories, resulting in strongest distribution and promotion for the band in these countries, although this ended being a total rip-off trick from that label that never revealed any sales figures and consequently never paid anything to either Repulse or Disgorge.

In the year 2001 the band released a split MCD with Germans Cock And Ball Torture through Brazilian label Lofty Storm Rec. and also took part in various tribute albums to bands like Carcass, Regurgitate, Anarchus & Cannibal Corpse (this one was never released). Their first album 'Chronic Corpora Infest' was released in 12" LP format by American Line Prod. on a limited edition of 300 copies including 3 bonus tracks, two from their '94 demo and one from their '98 promo. There was also a CD release entitled 'Gorelics' through Sade Rec. (Mexico) including all their demos, EPs, covers and unreleased tracks. Now in 2002, their split 7" EP with Squash Bowels was re-released on CD format with new artwork and bonus tracks of both bands.

The demise of Repulse Records in summer 2002 gave as a result the birth of Xtreem Music, also lead by Dave Rotten, so Disgorge negotiated a new contract with this label for the release of the band's third album 'Necrholocaust', that was already recorded back in May. After some delays in the conception of the album's artwork and design, the release date was scheduled for January 2003. This new work includes 8 songs full of total hate and more influenced by the old sound of late '80s death metal, still keeping that sonic holocaust and very own essence to which Disgorge has been loyal through their entire existence.