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Carcass Wikipedia

Formed - 1985
Genre - Extreme Metal

Band Members
Current members

Bill Steer – lead guitar, vocals (1985–present)
Jeff Walker – lead vocals, bass guitar (1986–present)
Note: the band was inactive from 1996 to 2007

Discography
Reek of Putrefaction (Earache, 1988)
Symphonies of Sickness (Earache, 1989)
Necroticism – Descanting the Insalubrious (Earache, 1991)
Heartwork (Earache, 1993)
Swansong (Earache, 1996)
Surgical Steel (2013)

Some songs of the band I love.





Fantastic band, really love the sound of this bands music. Heartwork is probably my favourite of the band, and I was stoked to find out they have a 2013 return album to come out.
 
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These guys are awesome! They always have been one of my favorite bands.

Cool, glad to see another fan in here. :)
Really good blend of grindcore and death metal they are.
 

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Carcass - Surgical Steel (2013)
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Whenever I listen to Carcass it amazes me how much metal sub genres they either pioneered or at least had some pivotal influence on. Their first release was sloppy production but had a lot of what good grindcore was about, so did Symphonies of Sickness.

Then Necroticism added a lot more groove to it and became more death metal focused. Heartwork was a leap further to pioneer what would become melodic death metal. Swansong was ok but definitely a step down in quality for what at the time was their swansong album. Surgical Steel was a radical kick in energy the band needed even though it came much later.
 

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