UPDATED IN NOVEMBER 2009: This post originally included a collection of their early 7"s and rare compilation tracks. However, since the posting of this upload, Prime Directive Records has taken it upon themselves to release a compilation of the band's early material. Completely re-mixed and re-mastered, the album sounds as good as it looks. Please pick up a physical copy of this release on either CD or LP HERE. Make sure to support this label and release for really biting the bullet and releasing an album by a band who knowingly would only be playing a few shows a year (that's crazy talk by label standards).
Being one of the first bands in the hardcore scene to drop their tuning to the drastic level of A, Disembodied was not a band afraid to try new things musically. Taking equal cues from Slayer and Korn, they somehow managed to blend a style that has yet to be replicated even today. Gradually moving away from their initial screamo roots, the band took a more chaotic and metallic feel on their final full length and split releases. The band broke up not long after the release of their split with Brother's Keeper while 4/5s of the band continued on to form Martyr AD. Heretic serves as an almost seamless transition between the two projects.
Being mimicked ten thousand times over, Disembodied finally returned to playing live in May of 2009. From the first notes of the first show back it was obvious that Disembodied hadn't missed a single step in their nearly decade long absence.
As stated above, I removed the links to the band's earlier material which is now readily available. Listening to the original versions is completely pointless anyhow considering how amazing the remix and remaster of the album sounds. I have now uploaded the Disembodied & Brother's Keeper split as a separate upload. Yeah, I included the Broz Keep songs.