Dismember's 1991 lineup reunited in 2019 for a handful of festival dates across the world. The band has now signed to Nuclear Blast and has posted a newly-remastered version of their 1991 classic debut album Like An Everflowing Stream to all streaming services. This marks the first time Dismember has been available on streaming services in a number of years, and the band states that physical copies of the album will follow later this year.
"After reuniting the original line-up and performing sold out shows in 2019, the axe chopping business needed a solid partner to get the festering complete back catalogue back on the streets," said Dismember drummer Fred Estby. "The unholy alliance of 1990 is reconfirmed, Dismember and Nuclear Blast Records are once again a perfect kill team!"
"It's a pleasure to bring back one of the Nuclear Blast bands of the early days," added Jens Prüter, Head of A&R Nuclear Blast Europe. "The 1991 debut album Like An Everflowing Stream quickly became a Death Metal classic and they haven't released a weak album until they officially split up 20 years later in 2011. I still remember one of their last shows, in 2008 at the Party-San Open Air, where they played with their buddies Grave and Unleashed – only Entombed was missing to complete the Big Four of Stockholm Death Metal. And it was a pleasure to see them again on their first reunion show in 2019 at the Scandinavian Death Fest in their hometown. Only a few seconds in it was clear that they were back in full force. Welcome back!"
Dismember released what is still their final studio effort in 2008, though Estby said in a 2021 interview that the band was loosely discussing new music.
"We don't know yet," he said at the time. "We have been talking very loosely about it, but we got together to play shows and to have fun. We haven't got much further than that. We have a setback for over a year now and we haven't really decided. We'll see what happens."