As far as I'm aware, Heartwork has been out of print for years. Coinciding with Carcass' summer reunion shows, Earache is re-releasing their albums in Dualdisc format with brand new interview footage. While Earache Records are notorious for their douple-dipping incessant re-releases (At The Gates' Slaughter Of The Soul has been released FIVE TIMES!), the new footage present here lends a feel of worthiness to the proceedings. Plus, its nice that the albums are readily available in HMV again for under a tenner.
I'm sure you can get a review of Heartwork elsewhere. I'll leave it short by saying it's probably the band's best album, miles ahead of its predecessor Necroticism and heading straight in the direction of the unfairly criticised Swansong.
My praise goes to the quality of these re-releases. The DVD side of the disc comes with the 4th part of an extensive, album specific series of interviews covering everything from a return to the rehearsal rooms to Jeff Walker's dissatisfaction with Bill Steer not doing vocals on the album. The full chapter listing's not on Amazon so I'll present it here;
01. Lyrical Inspiration + Themes
02. Parr Street Studios
03. Colin Richardson As Producer
04. HR Giger
05. Were Your Hearts Still Into The Work?
06. Touring The Album
07. Veggies And Vegans
08. The Importance Of Mike
09. Mike's Departure
10. Arbeit Macht Fleisch
In addition to this, the album comes with a bonus CD featuring the full record recorded in demo format-interesting for the curious and a little pointless, but nothing to take points away for.
All this comes in a massive digipak with full lyrics, photography and artwork. In short, the album has gotten the treatment it deserves at long last.