Carcass Set Title To New Album, Reveal Track Titles


Carcass have revealed the title of their forthcoming new comeback album to Terrorizer. The group have chosen “Surgical Steel” to serve as the title to the album which is out later this year.

The effort is currently being mixed by Colin Richardson (Machine Head, Slipknot), who also produced the outing. The effort finds Dan WildingAborted, Heaven Shall Burn, etc.) handling the drums, while Ken Owen contributes guest vocals.

Along with the albums title comes a number of the track titles, they include:

The Master Butcher’s Apron
The Granulating Dark Satanic Mills
A Congealed Clot Of Blood
A Wraith In The Apparatus
316l Grade Surgical Steel
Cadaver Pouch Conveyor System
Captive Bolt Pistol
Intensive Battery Brooding
None Compliance To Astm F899-12 Standard
Mount Of Execution
1985/Thrasher’s Abattoir
Unfit For Human Consumption
Livestock Marketplace

Band guitarist Bill Steer said to Terrorizer of the new album:

“It definitely sounds like Carcass. I think we just generally by accident captured the flavour of past music that we have done and you can’t help but push it forward. We have really been creative and when you are looking at things like guitar harmonies, it’s way more adventurous on this record. It’s not just parallel harmony like we did in the past, things branch off in different directions.

A lot of what is happening now is based on rhythms rather than actual riffs. We were discussing this a lot during record sessions about how the riff is almost dying or dead already. People spend a lot of time chugging on the bottom string [but] that’s a rhythm it’s not a riff – we can’t write a song, never mind an album, without it being choc-full of riffs.”

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