Dismember is continuing down the path of reissuing their entire discography digitally with two special additions. Dismember is now streaming The Complete Demos (1988-1990) and the extremely-hard-to-find 1991 master of Like An Everflowing Stream. The Complete Demos (1988-1990) was remastered by Patrick W. Engel from new tape rips by Nicola Costantini of Encyclopedia Of Svensk Döds Metall.
Dismember offered the following on the 1991 master of Like An Everflowing Stream.
"One of the best death metal albums of all time, Nuclear Blast and Dismember now release its June 1991 master, which due to its higher dynamic range is considered to be the finest sounding version of it. So far only used on one CD pressing back in 1991, an old copy was unearthed while restoring the group's massive catalog and is now finally available for a wider audience. Enjoy it in all its gory glory!"
Listen to both The Complete Demos (1988-1990) and the 1991 master of Like An Everflowing Stream here. As for the future of the now-reunited Dismember, drummer Fred Estby said there could be new music in the future.
"We're talking about making new music," said Estby. "The question is when. As of right now, because of the pandemic and all that, this year was only honoring all the shows that were booked in 2019 and 2020.
"So, we got those done, and of course, the way metal festivals, especially in Europe, work now is as soon as they're done, they're already selling tickets for next year's edition. So we have a couple coming up, which is gonna be really fun. But we're also thinking about recording more."