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Carcass

Bands like Carcass don't come to pass very often. When a band is one of the pioneers of two genres that have since grown tremendously, it's expected that their name will go down in music history. Carcass has done just that, and their music is nothing less than legendary. Ever since 1985 Carcass had been creating gutteral, disgusting, brutal grind with more than enough gore.Albums such as Symphonies of Sickness and Reek of Putrefaction rightfully earned the title of essential goregrind albums. Aside from their grind accomplishments, Carcass went on to produced Heartwork, one of the definitive m ...read more

Bands like Carcass don't come to pass very often. When a band is one of the pioneers of two genres that have since grown tremendously, it's expected that their name will go down in music history. Carcass has done just that, and their music is nothing less than legendary. Ever since 1985 Carcass had been creating gutteral, disgusting, brutal grind with more than enough gore.Albums such as Symphonies of Sickness and Reek of Putrefaction rightfully earned the title of essential goregrind albums. Aside from their grind accomplishments, Carcass went on to produced Heartwork, one of the definitive melodic death metal albums of our age. Even in their later years as Michael Amott went on to form Arch Enemy and the "Death n'Roll" album Swansong was released, Carcass continued to contribute more to extreme music than any band could hope. More than a mark was made by them in metal when they disbanded in 1996.Last lineup:Jeff Walker - Vocals, BassBill Steer -Guitar,Vocals Carlo Regadas -Guitar Ken Owen - Drums http://carcass.bandcamp.com/ « hide

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LPs
Surgical Steel
09/13/2013

3.9
789 Votes
Swansong
1995

3.4
628 Votes
Heartwork
1993

4.2
1,539 Votes
Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious
1991

4.2
918 Votes
Symphonies of Sickness
1989

3.9
641 Votes
Reek of Putrefaction
1988

3.4
545 Votes
EPs
Surgical Remission/Surplus Steel
2014

3.3
52 Votes
Heartwork EP
1993

3.7
19 Votes
Tools of the Trade
1992

3.7
53 Votes
The Peel Sessions
1989

3.8
15 Votes
Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment
1987

3.1
4 Votes
Live Albums
Live at St. George’s Hall, Bradford, UK. Nov 15th,
2011

4.3
2 Votes
Pungent Excruciation - Live
2009

3.5
1 Votes
Compilations
The Best of Carcass
2016

4
2 Votes
The Earache Peel Sessions
2014

Choice Cuts
2004

3.9
17 Votes
Best of Carcass
1997

3.5
2 Votes
Wake Up and Smell the Carcass
1996

3.7
77 Votes

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