Carcass Play In London With New Lineup, Claim Colin Richardson Quit Mixing New Album To Work With Trivium (Updated)


Carcass showed off their new lineup last night (March 26th) during a set at the Camden Underworld in London, England. Joining group mainstays Jeff Walker and Bill Steer were Trigger The Bloodshed drummer Dan Wilding and touring guitarist, Ben Ash (Pig Iron, etc.).

Fan-filmed footage of the set can be found below. Of particular note is one clip which finds the bands Jeff Walker stating that Colin Richardson (Machine Head, Slipknot) walked out on mixing the bands new album “Surgical Steel” in order to mix Trivium‘s next effort.

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Surgical Steel” is now being mixed by Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Killswitch Engage) and is expected to arrive in stores later this year.

Update – March 27th 1:53pm:

Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto didn’t mince words about the situation, posting on his Facebook:

“In other news, disgruntled death metaller gets his panties in a wad. #dramacore”

He further went onto confirm the news via his Twitter, offering:

“Well since the surprise was ruined, Colin Richardson is mixing #triviumvi! Sounding thick.”

Despite the snark, Gregoletto did later go on to state that they are fans of Carcass; but called Walker‘s handling of the situation “disrespectful and unprofessional”. Trivium‘s new album was produced by Disturbed frontman David Draiman will hit stores this year.

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