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EMBALMER was formed in 1989 and came out puking out gore and pure brutality. The first demo, Into The Oven was released in 1991 with original bassist/vocalist Toby Wulff. Toby soon left the band and was replaced by vocalist Rick Fleming. This lineup released the second demo, Rotting Remains in 1993, which sealed their domination of the early/mid 90’s Cleveland Death Metal scene. EMBALMER then recorded the now legendary There Was Blood Everywhere 7”, which was released in 1995 by Relapse Records and then re-released on CD with the four songs from the Rotting Remains demo in 1997. Unfortunately, the band broke up later that year leaving much unreleased material and many disappointed fans. Now it’s 2005 and EMBALMER is back, better, gorier, sicker and more brutal than ever with original drummer Roy Stewart, Rick Fleming on Lead vocals, Don Wolff on Lead Guitar, Duane Morris on Guitar and Rob Lesniak on Bass. EMBALMER have finally put out a new and long overdue release entitled 13 FACES OF DEATH, which was produced by lead vocalist Rick Fleming, combining a few re-recorded classics and some brand news songs guaranteed to peel back your fucking face. EMBALMER would like to thank all the people that have supported us back then and those who still support the band now, as well as new fans who are hearing this band for the first time.


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  • treeweavermetal

    Into the Oven is a good demo.

    13 Apr 7:44pm Reply
  • GodofDeathMetal

    Embalmer really rocks! I gave 'em a good listen and they really rock. Whoa , I'm one of their top listeners (when this shout was written)! Nice!

    19 Jan 2:05am Reply
  • Ken_Oh

    I used to really enjoy "There Was Blood Everywhere" when I heard it way back in the late 90s. Tonight is the first time I'm listening to it since that time. I hope I can enjoy it now as much as I did then.

    19 Dec 2014 Reply
  • GodofDeathMetal

    Very very good stuff!

    8 Dec 2014 Reply
  • DawnoftheDec

    I absolutely love the diversity in the vocals obviously its your classic brutal guttural but the high pitched screams are amazing, I like the re- issue but I don't think you can beat the original there was blood everywhere, I would love another album maybe in line with the voc of the first release ? anyway it would be killer to have some more embalmer.

    28 Jun 2014 Reply
  • Aserikoth

    good band

    20 Apr 2012 Reply
  • noisefiend

    the Barnes era CC of course

    13 Oct 2011 Reply
  • noisefiend

    like Cannibal Corpse crossed with Abscess

    13 Oct 2011 Reply
  • eyehateRob

    unbelievably awesome. vocals fucking KILLLL

    8 Apr 2011 Reply

    There Was Blood Everywhere is a pure cult of sickness.Btw it was the first CD I´ve ever bought.

    12 Jul 2010 Reply
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    29 Jun 2010 Reply
  • winslowwinslow

    envious of those vo-KILLS!

    25 Jun 2010 Reply
  • aVoiDer

    What kinda fucked up, disturbing screams this vocalist vomits out of his throat...

    20 Feb 2010 Reply
  • t0rrrben

    what the fuck.. this is fucking deranged o.O reminds me of hemdale, only three times as insane

    9 Feb 2010 Reply
  • BobNOMAAMRooney

    Thank you and Dwyer for epic end of year lulz

    30 Dec 2008 Reply
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    13 Nov 2008 Reply
  • sebbo_nl

    The beginning of "There was blood everywhere". MAN! The words "Epic Win" come to mind.... :D

    1 Sep 2008 Reply
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