Tag Archives: Carcass

Carcass Releases The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills Music Video

Carcass: Surgical Steel

Melodic death metal outfit Carcass have released a music video for The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills taken from their latest album, “Surgical Steel” (read the Surgical Steel review). The clip was directed by Kazuaki “Kazu” Kimura and Glenn Maguire. Carcass will also be unleashing a selection of unreleased and hard to find tracks this November

Carcass to Release New EP November

Carcass: Surgical Steel

Melodic death metal band Carcass is back again. After returning last year with their new album “Surgical Steel,” the band will now release a collection of unreleased and hard to find tracks this November entitled “Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel EP.” All the songs were recorded during the “Surgical Steel” sessions, which was produced by

Obituary Posts Samples From New Album Inked in Blood

Obituary: Inked in Blood

Death metal legends Obituary will be releasing their ninth full-length release, “Inked in Blood,” on October 28, 2014 in North America via Relapse Records, but if you want to hear a little sample, take a listen to samples from three new tracks in the album teaser below. Inked in Blood Tracklisting 1. Centuries of Lies

Carcass Inked in Steel U.S. Tour Dates Announced

Carcass Inked in Steel U.S. Tour Dates

Carcass have announced tour dates across the U.S. scheduled for October and November. Death metal legends Obituary will support part of the tour with the rest of the support coming from Macabre. Exhumed and Noisem will be supporting Carcass throughout the entire tour. Inked in Steel U.S. Tour Dates Oct 24 – San Diego, CA

Black Label Society Releases “Angel Of Mercy” Music Video

Black Label Society Catacombs of the Black Vatican

Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society has debuted a video for Angel of Mercy off of their latest effort, “Catacombs of the Black Vatican.” The video is directed by long time collaborator Justin Reich of The Antimatter Studio and depicts a stripped down version of the wall of sound that is widely associated with the band.

Carcass Debut Video For Unfit For Human Consumption

Carcass: Surgical Steel

Kirk Hammett’s Fear FestEvil has debuted the new Carcass video for the song Unfit For Human Consumption off of Carcass’ latest release “Surgical Steel.” Check out the introduction by Metallica’s guitarist Kirk Hammett to help promote his upcoming horror convention. Carcass, among other bands, will be performing at Kirk Von Hammett’s Fear FestEvil this upcoming

Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, Gorguts and Noisem Announce Tour Dates

Carcass The Black Dahlia Murder Gorguts and Noisem Announce Tour Dates

Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, Gorguts and Noisem will headline the Decibel Magazine Tour this upcoming March. Carcass frontman Jeff Walker says: “This is possibly the unsexiest Decibel Tour lineup yet. We’re all bringing the ‘girth’ back to the U.S., along with gray hair and sensible footwear. But it’s the music that matters, right? Just

Carcass Confirms More European Tour Dates

Carcass: Surgical Steel

British extreme metal legends Carcass have confirmed more dates for their upcoming European tour together with Hell and the Swedish death metal giants Amon Amarth. Carcass will be performing in support of new album “Surgical Steel.” Carcass European Tour Dates: 07.11. D Oberhausen – Turbinen Halle 08.11. NL Tilburg – O13 09.11. D Osnabrück –

Metal Review: Carcass: Surgical Steel (2013)

Carcass: Surgical Steel

UK death metal legends Carcass are back with their first album in 17 years, “Surgical Steel.” Fans of the band of old know how important they were to the metal scene from their grindcore work to their melodic death metal. Arch Enemy would not exist in its current form if not for Carcass. Opuses like

Carcass Announce North American Select Shows

Extreme metal legends Carcass made an 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.” Commented bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker: “Well we thought we’d play a few small key shows, kinda like the vibe we had in London earlier