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Embalmer

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Cleveland, Ohio
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1989
Genre:
Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Gore, Death, Horror, Torture
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1989-1990 (as Corpse Grinder), 1990-1997, 2005-present
Started in 1989 as Corpse Grinder, playing their first live show on August 17, 1989 at Flash Gordon's in Cleveland, Ohio, and playing a set of all songs that would be renamed and become classic Embalmer tracks such as "Cremation" (the original version of "Into The Oven") and "Kill For Satan" (which would later be renamed "Formaldehyde").
Current
Roy Stewart Drums
See also: Blessed Sickness
Brian Baxter Guitars, (formerly Bass)
See also: Sodomized, Heinous Killings, ex-Regurgitation, Forged In Gore, ex-Gorgasm, ex-Necrotic Disgorgement
Joe Wunderle Bass (2012-present)
See also: Madness on the Mountaintop
Steve Pedley Lead Guitars (2012-2013)
See also: ex-Emaciated Entrails, ex-Regurgitation, ex-Dislimb
Paul Gorefiend Vocals (2012-present)
Past
Seth Karabinus Bass
Daron Schmidt Bass
Dave Phillips Bass
See also: ex-Miscarriage, ex-Blessed Sickness
Gregg Juchum Bass
See also: ex-Ludaci, ex-SSA, So Zen
Brian Holmberg Bass
Lou Spencer Bass
See also: Manticore, Neldöreth, ex-Krieg (live), ex-Somnus
Tim Powell Drums
Shawn Hapney Drums
See also: ex-Descend, ex-Miscarriage
Mark Davis Guitars
See also: So Zen
Don Wolff Guitars
See also: Manticore, Thou Shalt Not, ex-Dislimb
John "Jocko" Jermann Guitars
See also: Blessed Sickness, Sunless Sky, ex-Ludaci
Scott Cunningham Guitars
See also: ex-Maddoxx
Rob Lesniak Guitars, (formerly Bass, Vocals)
See also: Order 66, ex-Necrotic Disgorgement, ex-Nunslaughter, ex-Thou Shalt Not (live), ex-Afterlight, ex-Chimaira, ex-Decrepit, ex-Dislimb
Rick Fleming Vocals
See also: ex-Miscarriage, ex-Scarver's Calling
Toby Wulff Vocals, Bass
See also: ex-Terror
Duane Morris Vocals, Guitars
See also: Kurnugia, ex-Dead of Night, ex-Decrepit, ex-From the Depths, ex-Mutilation, ex-Sanctorum, ex-Funeral Pyre, ex-Manticore, ex-Nunslaughter, ex-Terror, ex-Incantation (live)
Dylan Gordon Guitars (lead) (2013-?)
See also: Limbsplitter, Forged In Gore
Past (Live)
Lee Andrews Drums (2007)
See also: ex-Decrepit
Roy Stewart Drums
See also: Blessed Sickness
Brian Baxter Guitars, (formerly Bass)
See also: Sodomized, Heinous Killings, ex-Regurgitation, Forged In Gore, ex-Gorgasm, ex-Necrotic Disgorgement
Joe Wunderle Bass (2012-present)
See also: Madness on the Mountaintop
Steve Pedley Lead Guitars (2012-2013)
See also: ex-Emaciated Entrails, ex-Regurgitation, ex-Dislimb
Paul Gorefiend Vocals (2012-present)
Seth Karabinus Bass
Daron Schmidt Bass
Dave Phillips Bass
See also: ex-Miscarriage, ex-Blessed Sickness
Gregg Juchum Bass
See also: ex-Ludaci, ex-SSA, So Zen
Brian Holmberg Bass
Lou Spencer Bass
See also: Manticore, Neldöreth, ex-Krieg (live), ex-Somnus
Tim Powell Drums
Shawn Hapney Drums
See also: ex-Descend, ex-Miscarriage
Mark Davis Guitars
See also: So Zen
Don Wolff Guitars
See also: Manticore, Thou Shalt Not, ex-Dislimb
John "Jocko" Jermann Guitars
See also: Blessed Sickness, Sunless Sky, ex-Ludaci
Scott Cunningham Guitars
See also: ex-Maddoxx
Rob Lesniak Guitars, (formerly Bass, Vocals)
See also: Order 66, ex-Necrotic Disgorgement, ex-Nunslaughter, ex-Thou Shalt Not (live), ex-Afterlight, ex-Chimaira, ex-Decrepit, ex-Dislimb
Rick Fleming Vocals
See also: ex-Miscarriage, ex-Scarver's Calling
Toby Wulff Vocals, Bass
See also: ex-Terror
Duane Morris Vocals, Guitars
See also: Kurnugia, ex-Dead of Night, ex-Decrepit, ex-From the Depths, ex-Mutilation, ex-Sanctorum, ex-Funeral Pyre, ex-Manticore, ex-Nunslaughter, ex-Terror, ex-Incantation (live)
Dylan Gordon Guitars (lead) (2013-?)
See also: Limbsplitter, Forged In Gore
Past
Lee Andrews Drums (2007)
See also: ex-Decrepit
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Added on: 2002-10-06 19:05:15 Last modified on: 2014-12-03 01:01:51
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