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Below is our complete Disembowelment news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Australia's Inverloch (featuring 2/4 of the legendary Disembowelment) has been performing Disembowelment tribute shows under the named d.USK, and the band has now checked in with the following announcement about ending the project:
"We wish to advise all our friends and supporters that we have decided to put the d.USK/disembowelment tribute project on hold indefinitely. We have had a ball taking the old tunes out and breathing life into them, but at this point we collectively feel it is time to put the past to rest and focus on the future, with INVERLOCH and other personal projects.
"A HUGE thanks to everyone that has come out to share in the music at our shows, and all the fantastic supporters worldwide – it’s been an amazing experience.
"Paul and Matt would like to publicly acknowledge all the hard work put in by Ben, Tony and Mark, for helping to realize this project and bring to life.
"Stay tuned to the INVERLOCH pages as things roll along .... Cheers...."
Relapse Records has issued the following announcement about releasing the "Transcendence Into The Peripheral" album from Disembowelment on vinyl:
"Relapse Records is extremely excited to announce the release of Australia’s legendary death-doom pioneers Disembowelment’s seminal full-length debut, 'Transcendence Into the Peripheral,' on vinyl for the first time ever. This groundbreaking opus of funeral doom will be limited to a one time pressing on gatefold double LP and is set for a May 8th release date. Pressing information and pre-orders are currently available at this location.
"Additionally, 2/4’s of the band will be performing a series of special shows under the names d.USK and their new project Inverloch, representing the final embodiment of diSEMBOWELMENT. A limited edition, deluxe version of Transcendence Into the Peripheral featuring a screen printed cover and alternate vinyl color will be available exclusively at the band’s performance for the upcoming Roadburn Festival.