HistoryBilled as, "the most brutal band on earth to date" by Repulse Records,
Disgorge is compared to Cryptopsy, Mortician and others. American Line
is in fact a Mexican label. The debut was released on vinyl by
sold 4,000 copies on CD. The band was formed in 1994 and released
several tapes including a video appearance on Bellphegot Records' Audio
They played shows with Cannibal Corpse, Immolation and Incantation
before getting signed for its debut. Disgorge released a split with
Squash Bowels before moving on to Repulse. The second album of the
Mexicans was released in North America by Necropolis and censored right
away for its
graphic art. Apparently, " Rotgrind Death Metal with
Psychopathoforensick lyrics" isn't for everyone.
With the demise of Repulse Records, the band signed with its follow-up
label, Xtreem, and a third album was consequently issued in early 2003.
DISGORGE - FORENSICK - REPULSE
This is the CD you play when you want to say, 'screw this life, screw this world, hell screw this universe...let everything rot!!' It is hard to fathom how anybody can deliver so much obduration on a diet of tacos and nachos, but these Mexicans reign supreme in the realm of metallic speed, heaviness and aggression. It is as if my sub woofers have gone on overdrive. Comprised of Guillermo (Skullcrusher), Antimo (Oxidised bulldozer and vocals) and Edgar (pyosisified axe grinder) and having existed for over five years, it is only now that through Repulse Disgorge has managed to release a proper album and it serves to demonstrate that fans of grinding death metal have another great choice here. For this is chock full of ultra-fast drum rolls, bruising guitar jabs and vocals sick, sick, very sick! This is sick beyond belief- and premeditatedly so in an offbeat way. My only concern is the very fake cover here. Fans of Cryptopsy, Deranged and Impaled have to pick this up; everybody else stand clear for this may prove your death! - Ali "The Metallian"
DISGORGE - NECRHOLOCAUST - XTREEM
Mexico's Disgorge is the true poser-killer of the metal scene. Everything about this band is extreme. Even when the band slows down for all of ten seconds to allow the listener catch his breath, the heaviness is mind-numbing. The vocalist for Disgorge operates in ranges only audible to very specific members of the animal kingdom. The musicians play so fast that by the time they finished recording in the studio, it was already three days after the album's release. The drummer attacks his kit with such abandon that drums have been known to evaporate under his touch. Songs like Raise The Pestilence and Boiling Vomit Through My Veins are understated manifestations of the limits of the English language. This extremity can only be fathomed through one's own ears - and at great personal risk - so grab a copy! This is the band that even blows away battle-hardened metal fans with its sheer force. Buy AND die! - Ali "The Metallian"