Death metal band from Stockholm, Sweden, originally formed in 1988 as Dismemberizer by David Blomqvist (guitar), Robert Sennebäck (vocals, bass, guitar) and Fred Estby (drums). Two demos were made, "Dismembered" in 1988 and "Last Blasphemies" in 1989. The band then split up and Blomqvist and Estby joined Carnage but it ended when Michael Amott left for Carcass. The remaining Carnage members Estby, Matti Kärki (vocals) and Blomqvist decided to reform Dismember.
In 1991 a demo, "Reborn in Blasphemy", was recorded. Sennebäck returned to the band and Richard Cabeza (bass) of Carbonized also joined the band. They were then signed to Nuclear Blast and soon they recorded "Like an Ever Flowing Stream" and released it same year. In June 1991 they went on their first European tour with Morbid Angel and in March 1992 they released a 5-track EP called "Pieces". Shortly after the release they went on another tour with Napalm Death and Obituary.
In 1993 "Indecent and Obscene" was released and it was followed by a US tour and then a European one. The two EPs "Casket Garden" and "Misanthropic" were released in 1995 and were followed by the succes album, "Massive Killing Capacity". Then "Death Metal" was released in 1997 and after the release Magnus Sahlgren (guitar) replaced Sennebäck. Cabeza left the band before the recording of "Hate Campaign" which featured Sharlee D'Angelo (bass) of Mercyful Fate. The album was released in 2000 and shortly after Sharlee D'Angelo had to leave for the returning Richard Cabeza.
"Where Ironcrosses Grow" was then released in 2004.
On October 16 2011 they announced that they had disbanded.
Matti Karki, Fred Estby, David Blomqvist, Robert Senneback, Sharlee d'Angelo, Richard Cabeza