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As they hadn't released a new album in almost two decades, Carcass also hadn't released a video in a very long time. But that is about to change because today Kirk Hammett's Fear FestEvil has debuted the new Carcass video for the song "Unfit For Human Consumption" off the latest Surgical Steel. Below you can watch the video and also the intro by Metallica's guitarist Kirk Hammett to help promote his upcoming horror convention.
Death metal demigods Carcass, melodeath powerhouse The Black Dahlia Murder, technical death metal heroes Gorguts and death/thrash squad Noisem will headline the Decibel Magazine Tour this upcoming March. The tour will fester across North America for 21 putrefying dates, integrating the past, present and future of extreme music. Check out the dates of this bill below.
Now that Surgical Steel is out in the open for everyone to enjoy, Carcass have another surprise for fans, the song "Zochrot" which will be part of the Decibel's flexi-disc series and will only be available on the October 2013 issue of the magazine which you can order here. Luckily, you can now also stream the song right here. Fans waited so long for the follow-up to Swansong, so it's only fair they get more new music.
Surgical Steel, the new album from the mighty Carcass, has been officially posted online for streaming ahead of its release and can be enjoyed in its entirety in the YouTube clip below. So many years have passed since the release of Swansong but how is the group sounding on this new offering? Start your weekend with Carcass, blast it out loud and tell us your impressions about it.
Disinterred British extreme metal legends Carcass are returning this year of course and have now made the new track "Unfit For Human Consumption" available for streaming online here. Tasty! So, go ahead and enjoy another slab of their trademark melodic death metal.
"Captive Bolt Pistol", the new official lyric video from reactivated British extreme metallers Carcass, is now available for viewing below through the YouTube player. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, Surgical Steel, to be released on September 16th in UK, September 13th in rest of Europe and September 17th in North America via Nuclear Blast Records. It is almost coming...
The first cut is the cheapest, Carcass say. The extreme metal legends made a new announcement that they will embark on a select amount of intimate headlining North American shows this September in support of their sixth full-length release Surgical Steel and possibly the most awaited new album this year alongside Black Sabbath's new release. Check out the dates for the Colonial Irrigation below and see if you'll get lucky.
Nuclear Blast has unleashed today the official stream of "Captive Bolt Pistol", the first single from Carcass' new album Surgical Steel and follow-up to the Swansong released in 1996. If you still haven't listened to the new song, now you can, officially. Moreover, you can also download the track for free at this location. Not bad, right? Enjoy some new Carcass, it has been a while.
UPDATE on 10.07.2013:Carcass are on a roll this week! After teasing us with new tunes, the grindcore/melodic death metal legends have finally revealed the cover that will grace Surgical Steel. You might have seen some of it on the teaser released yesterday. Ian Tilton created the cover and you can check it out below.
In case you didn't know, British veterans Carcass have been confirmed to support Amon Amarth on their upcoming European string of tour dates that will take place in November. Their new album Surgical Steel is expected this fall and they will be playing some new songs on this tour.
And the mystery is over, ta-da! Grindcore/death metal legends Carcass have signed a deal with Nuclear Blast Records for the world excluding Japan for the release of Surgical Steel, the band's first studio release since their 1996 album Swansong. The band had announced they had conversations with a few labels and now the decision has been made. Better luck next time, all other labels.
Carcass' guitarist Bill Steer and bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker were interviewed by Terrorizer magazine and revealed some exclusives about the band's upcoming new and sixth album to be released later this year, their first studio album in 17 years. First of all, the album will be entitled Surgical Steel.
British extreme metal legends Carcass have begun mixing 15 new songs for their first studio album in 17 years with acclaimed producer Colin Richardson (Fear Factory, Machine Head, Napalm Death). The songs were tracked in Derbyshire. The band has yet to reveal the label home for the new output, which is expected later this year.
Carcass bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker has confirmed to Decibel that the reported rumors about a new Carcass album are actually true. Matthias Voigt is indeed not playing drums on the new album but Daniel Wilding is. The follow-up to 1996's Swansong will be released in 2013 through a yet-to-be determined label.