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  Disembowelment - Satan Stole My Teddybear
Disembowelment called it quits after one album, with two of its members (Renato Gallina and Matt Skarajew) leaving to form the ethno-ambient consort, Trial of the Bow.
Though Disembowelment was nominally a doom death band, many of their musical endeavors have more in common with the drifting, dreamlike reverie of Trial of the Bow’s Ornamentation EP than, say, Paradise Lost.
But in Disembowelment's sound you can hear two separate paths emerging, both of which were further explored by other bands.
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  www.myspace.com/disembowelment
Melbourne, Australia's dark devotees of devastating doom DISEMBOWELMENT deliver the ultimate in transcendental doom with their long-awaited, self-titled discography, Disembowlement.
Listening to this complete DISEMBOWELMENT discography is realistically comparable to having 5,000-ton granite slabs dropped on your head from a height of several miles!
After DISEMBOWELMENT has musically crushed the body, they lift the soul upward with the unorthodox fusion of ambience and atmosphere.
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  Disembowelment
Disembowelment is evisceration, or the removing of vital organss, usually from the abdomen.
During the Spanish Inquisition, the method of disembowelment was to cut a small hole in the victim's gut.
The most common form of disembowelment was referred to in Japanese as seppuku (where the term "hara-kiri" is regarded as insulting), involving two cuts across the abdomen, sometimes followed by beheading.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Disembowelment
Disembowelment (evisceration) is the removing of some or all of vital organs, usually from the abdomen.
As part of the disemboweling, the man was also typically castrated and emasculated and his genitals and entrails would be burned.
The most common form of disembowelment was referred to in Japanese as seppuku (where the term "hara-kiri," literally "stomach cutting," is regarded as vulgar), involving two cuts across the abdomen, sometimes followed by pulling out one's own innards.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Disembowelment   (534 words)

  
 Album Review DISEMBOWELMENT-Disembowelment :: Maelstrom :: Issue No 38   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
Disembowelment was a pioneer in the early death/doom scene, mixing really slow doom (that would later evolve into what’s commonly known as funeral doom) with death metal parts a la Autopsy, with ambient parts thrown in.
Disembowelment is good like that, it just sucks you in and, well, you have my congratulations if you can go back quickly and safely to where you were before you listened to them.
Disembowelment, as it happened with all the demos, is really hard to listen to.
www.maelstrom.nu /ezine/review_iss38_2633.php   (385 words)

  
 Disembowelment: Transcendental Doom/Death Metal
Most of the doom/death bands of the time were primarily focused on sorrowful expressions, prophetic doom, or suicidal despair, and while Disembowelment are not alien to these themes, they are used as an inspiration to something beyond rather than a surrender to fatalism.
Emotional/mental/spiritual suffering is a necessary stepping stone on the path to enlightenment/tranquility for Disembowelment, not the single and ultimate condition of life.
Rather than drowning in an ocean of sorrow, Disembowelment seek to transcend that sorrow by applying a proper perspective acquired from appropriately comprehending the nature of existence.
www.thebleakhorizon.com /disembowelment.htm   (522 words)

  
 Disembowelment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
Disembowelment is evisceration, or the removing of vital organs, usually from the abdomen.
The most common form of disembowelment was seppuku (referred to in slang as "hara-kiri"), involving two cuts across the stomach followed by beheading.
The first cut was made laterally and the second vertically perpendicular to the first.
www.websign.sk /di/Disembowelment.html   (238 words)

  
 Disembowelment - RecipeFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-22)
This article is about the act of disembowelment.
In the Netherlands the vierendelen (literally "to divide in four"), a practice where the arms and legs were tied to horses and the abdomen was sliced open.This punishment was meant exclusively for the punishing of a person who had committed regicide.
The most common form of disembowelment was referred to in Japanese as seppuku (where the term "hara-kiri" (lit.
www.recipeland.com:8080 /facts/Disembowelment   (361 words)

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