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Carcass is a /// band formed by Napalm Death guitarist Bill Steer together with drummer Ken Owen in 1985 and is considered by many to have been one of the most influential and talented bands within the extreme metal scene.

Carcass was originally based in Liverpool. On their first demo, Sanjiv contributed vocals. In 1987, bassist and vocalist Jeffrey Walker, formerly of the Electro Hippies, joined them.

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  • http://www.last.fm/music/Carcass/+images/0feb665ecca62b1db9e3101fa37b9d58 Brand new baby, keep on voting up, up !
  • Carcass cured my herpes
  • Rompeprop is indeed classic pornogrind. They put on amazing shows at Obscene Extreme Fest. I've never been to one of their performances in person at that fest, but I've watched videos of those performances via YouTube.
  • @Manic-Insanity: What are you saying? Rompeprop is a classical pornogrind.
  • Swansong is amazing, love it to death.
  • I enjoy most Carcass and I feel Swansong is their worst record (many would probably agree with me on this, kewl)... I even like the goregrind stuff. I LOL @ the ones who only into the first couple of albums. I like them, but I'm not obsessed with the first 2 records like some listeners are. I just LOL @ the ones who are exclusively into those. C'mon, give their later recordings more of a chance.
  • Carcass interview at Download festival https://youtu.be/WQhfpLV0m_g
  • The first couple of albums are killer! I don't consider them the best like the Carcass listeners who will exclusively listen to them. The Peel Sessions record has the best recording of the Reek of Putrefaction song, IMO. Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious has some amazing stuff and I should give it some more listens. Tools of the Trade is really damn good EP and that would have been a good album if there were more songs on it or if the songs were longer. Heartwork is a perfect record, I love that one a lot. Swansong is a dud and I like one or two songs off that album. Surgical Steel is excellent, but can't match the perfection of Heartwork. The followup EP is excellent as well.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCcpgFiOx5Q&feature=youtu.be

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