The origins of Disgorge date back to 1992 when Bryan Ugartechea, Tony Freithoffer and Ricky Myers started what was to become one of California's most brutal death grind bands. The same year they released their first demo entitled “Cognitive Lust of Mutilation”. Soon after that, they moved to San Diego, California, to establish themselves in the underground scene. During the move the band underwent some line-up changes - Matti Way (vocals) and Eric Flesy (bass) were invited to fill Bryan Ugartechea's dual role. Their second demo material entitled “95 Demo” was distributed worldwide and received a bunch of great reviews. Throughout the year 1995 Disgorge played many shows to expand their fan base, and in 1996 recorded the first four tracks of “Cranial Impalement”, which was not released at the time but was later distributed by Extremities Productions. In 1997 Tony Freithoffer and Eric Flesy left the band. In late 1998 Diego Sanchez (guitar) and Ben Marlin (bass) of Strangulation, a local death metal band, decided to join Disgorge. Shortly after the release of their debut full-length album, “She Lay Gutted” (November 1999), the band signed a deal with Unique Leader records. As part of the album promotion the band toured Europe, North America and South America. In 2001 Matti Way decided to leave the band. He was replaced by A.J. Magana, ex-vocalist of Deprecated. Disgorge recorded their third album “Consume the Forsaken”. Not long after the recording, A.J. parted ways with the band. Their fourth and most recent album, “Parallels of Infinite Torture” released in 2005, featured new vocalist Levi Fuselier & guitarist Ed Talorda. Levi Fuselier, favors deep, guttural, demonic-sounding growl that is one of death metal's trademarks. Today the album is considered as one of the best brutal death albums! New digipak edition will be released by Metal Mind Productions on 7th April 2008 (in Europe only). On 2 January 2008, bassist Ben Marlin died, aged 31, after losing a 1,5 year battle with cancer. Disgorge currently plan on writing material for a new album.