Carcass – Surgical Steel


UK melodic death progenitors Carcass, have released their new album “Surgical Steel”. A lot of putrid water has passed under the bridge in the seventeen years since their Swansong and Jeff Walker alongside Bill Steer surprised many with a return to the studio.

In the interim, Walker gave us the death & roll of Blackstar, contributedUK melodic death progenitors Carcass, have released their new album “Surgical Steel”. A lot of putrid water has passed under the bridge in the seventeen years since their Swansong and Jeff Walker alongside Bill Steer surprised many with a return to the studio. In the interim, Walker gave us the death & roll of Blackstar, contributed with Brujeria and even light engineered for fellow scousers Anathema on tour while Steer went on a voyage of discovery that let him explore the blues with Firebird and he even guested on folk singer Marianne Segal’s “The Gathering”. At times, it really seemed that a reunion was nigh on impossible. Yet in 2007 a short festival run of dates reignited the flame and last year Carcass autoclaved their implements and once again took their creative minds to the morgue. “Surgical Steel” is Carcass being clinically brutal with their familiar sound that nestles comfortably between “Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious” and “Heartwork”. When “Captive Bolt Pistol” was released in advance of the album, it confirmed to the internet generation that Carcass were back and had lost none of their concussive maliciousness. From the offset, the polished twin leads of “1985”, meld together before the initial […]

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