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Disembarkation is a progressive death metal band from Canada formed in 1995 taking influences from Cannibal Corpse, Sinister, Cynic, Death, Strapping Young Lad, Devin Townsend, Metallica, Megadeth, Meshuggah, Return To Forever and Steve Vai. In 1996 saw the self-release of their demo entitled Effusion of Reality which only contained 6 songs. After the release of their demo the band underwent a few lineup changes and it wasn't until 1997-98 that the band took its final lineup composed of Martin Prieur (guitar), Françis Ménard (bass), Etienne Gallo (drums), Martin Fréchette (vocals) and Simon Leblanc (guitar).

In 1999 the band completed the recording process of their first full length entitled Rancorous Observision and it was released later in 2002 through Neoblast Records. After doing several gigs and shows with several bands Disembarkation called it's quit in 2002 and most of its members went to play with new projects and the others called a quit on music.

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Rancorous Observation, studio album (2000)

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