One year later, (April 1997) the Unborn demo follow-up was born with a schizophrenic cover. Opinions were divided in relation with this production: the dark atmosphere found in Laments From The Castle Of Sorrow was somewhat lacking to open a path to a more extreme sound, with a higher technique and performance, influenced by North American vein of the '90s death metal generation. Laments Of The Unborn compilation summed up those past demos (2001), while Hell Gate (2005) would finally offer the band a full length album proper under the membership of Roberto Leonardi (drums), Alejandro Hernández (bass), Luis Sánchez (guitars) and Israel Beltran (vocals/guitars/bass).
Infierno de arena/Impale the Enemy EP (2016) under the membership of Beltran and Leonardi with Nimer Gómez (guitars), Pepo Trillo (guitars) and Leo Navarrete (vocals), and the self-titled Disinter (2019) under the membership Beltran (now calling himself Coprophagus), Leonardi, Nimer Gómez, Pepo Trillo, along with Leo Navarrete (as Esophagus) on vocals would follow. Footnote: Not affiliated with the Mexican or American band of the same name.