Disgorge are an American Brutal Death Metal band hailing from California. However, they were important in the scene in that they were (arguably) pioneers in the sub-sub-genre known as Slam Death Metal due to the gurgled/low pig-squealed vocals and rhythms over leads, with the latter being almost non-existent.Originally starting off as a three piece, they eventually evolved into a four piece, then a five piece, with Ricky being the only member playing in all albums.They split up in 2006, reasons unexplained. It wasn't sure of what had happened to the band until they announced their reunion in 2011, with a new vocalist and bassist. They are currently working on a new album, entitled Hymns of the Fallen.
- Ricky Myers - Drums (1992-)
- Diego Sanchez - Guitar (1998-)
- Ed Talorada - Guitar (2004-)
- Diego Soria - Bass (2013-)
- Angel Ochoa - Vocals (2013-)
Notable Past Members:
- Matti Way - Vocals (1994-2001)
- AJ Magana - Vocals (2000-2002)
- Levi Fuselier - Vocals (2003-2011)
- Nate Twyman - Vocals (2012-2013)
- Ben Marlin(RIP 2008) - Bass (1998-2008)
- Bryan Ugartechea - Vocals/Bass (1992-1995)
- Derek Boyer - Bass (1996)
- Erik Lindmark - Guitar (2011-2012)
- Cranial Impalement (1999) note
- She Lay Gutted (1999)
- Consume the Forsaken (2002)
- Parallels of Infinite Torture (2005)
- Hymns of the Fallen (TBA)
Tropes that apply to Disgorge:
- Brutal Death Metal: Occasionally borders on slam, moreso on earlier albums.
- Dead Artists Are Better: Marlin's recognition didn't lift off until he passed away.
- Development Hell: Hymns of the Fallen has involved years and years of writing and rewriting; it was originally going to be titled ...And the Weak Shall Perish until they scrapped the entire album and wrote a whole new set of songs.
- Gorn: Of the anti-religious type
- I Am the Band: Ricky Myers
- Lead Bassist: Marlin was a Type C and arguable Type A while Bryan Ugartechea was a type B.
- Lead Drummer: Myers is essentially the band, in addition to being one of the finer drummers.
- Miniscule Rocking: "Compost Devourment"
- Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: 11 throughout the entire career.
- New Sound Album:
- She Lay Gutted dropped some of the more obvious slam present in their debut album and focused more on a disturbing sound.
- Consume The Forsaken was faster and brought some of the slam influences back.
- Parallels of Infinite Torture greatly increased the technical musicianship and was overall much longer.
- Nobody Loves the Bassist: Zig-Zagged. Marlin was a type A Lead Bassist while Ugarthechea was a type B. After both of them, none of the bassists seemed to get any recognition.
- Revolving Door Band: They really can't seem to keep a vocalist and a bassist.
- Special Guest: Erik Lindmark of Deeds of Flesh did backing vocals on She Lay Gutted.
- The Band Minus the Face: Although Myers is technically in charge of Disgorge, Sanchez was at one point missing from the band post-reunion. Let's just say that fans weren't happy.
- Troll: Ed uploaded what appeared to be a preproduction single for the upcoming album...only for the video to be a rick-roll.
- Uncommon Time: Always present in their music, but it's all over the place in Parallels, to the point where it almost reaches Progressive/Technical Death Metal complicated.
- Voice of the Legion: Lindmark's screams on She Lay Gutted give this vibe.