Longtime proponents from the milling, powerful audio of no-frills Swedish loss of life steel, Dismember was originally formed in Stockholm in 1988 being a power trio featuring vocalist/bassist Robert Sennebäck, guitarist David Blomqvist, and drummer Fred Estby. The group documented several demonstration tapes, but continued hiatus in past due 1989 when Estby still left to become listed on Carnage; Blomqvist used Entombed being a bassist, after that joined up with Carnage as another guitarist through the recording of the 1991 debut. Nevertheless, Carnage imploded when guitarist Michael Amott departed to become listed on Carcass, therefore Blomqvist, Estby, and Carnage vocalist Matti Karki reconvened Dismember and documented a demonstration early in 1991. Sennebäck came back a short while later, and brand-new bassist Richard Cabeza (previously of Carbonized) was also put into the lineup. Dismember agreed upon with Nuclear Blast and released their debut record, As an Ever Moving Stream, in-may 1991. The music group toured intensely behind the record, also launching a five-track EP entitled Parts in 1992; that same calendar year, Dismember effectively defended themselves from an obscenity charge within the U.K. stemming in the song “Epidermis Her Alive.” The knowledge informed the visual Indecent and Obscene, that was released in 1993 and shown a incomplete move toward melodicism, although Dismember’s audio still echoed the unearthly heaviness of early Entombed. 1995’s Substantial Killing Capacity continuing to refine the group’s design, and helped make the music group more visible within the loss of life steel underground. 1997’s Loss of life Metal clarified that Dismember’s simple Swedish loss of life sound wasn’t likely to end up being changed all that very much. Cabeza remaining the band prior to the documenting of 2000’s Hate Marketing campaign, which presented Mercyful Destiny bassist Sharlee D’Angelo.