Embalmer are Cleveland legends in their own right. Forming back in 1989 under the name Corpsegrinder, original members Roy Stewart, Toby Wulff, Mark Davis and Duane Morris released four demos, Into the Oven, Taxidermist, Rotting Remains and There Was Blood Everywhere, as well as the compilation entitled There Was Blood Everywhere, paving a bloody path for death metal and grindcore bands to come.
After being on hiatus for nine years, Embalmer returned with a vengeance in 2005 to record their first full length album 13 Faces of Death. Despite enduring several lineup changes, the feel of the music has changed little from the straight forward brutal death metal fans have grown to love, which is a true testament to the integrity of the band.
Embalmer is currently in the studio recording their second full length album Apocalyptic Bloodshower and touring with Vital Remains. They have released two new tracks to the public on their 2012 compilation Collection of Carnage, entitled The Origin of Scum and Deities of Filth and Cannibalistic Future. The aggression and brutality of yesteryear remains imminent on the new tracks, to much approval of awaiting fans. As you may have discovered, however, this blog is dedicated to the music, so I will let you listen for yourself. Happy Listening. Hails!