3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Different but certainly an excellent way to bow out!,
This review is from: Swansong (Audio CD)
In 1988 when Carcass unleashed 'Reek of Putrefaction' no one would have thought 8 years later the Liverpool death metal legends would release an album of catchy, heavy metal....but they did.
Although, shocking and very different from the bands early days of medically inspired gore grind death metal and being hardcore fans least favourite this is still a fantastic album.
Containing such gems as 'Childs Play', 'Firm Hand', 'Cross my Heart' and 'Keep on Rotting in the Free World' which all stand out very well and are all brilliantly structured tracks with catchy, groove ridden riffs.
'Tomorrow Belongs to Nobody' remains the key track on the album, nothing more to say than the track is amazing!
Buy this album and have a go at attempting not to either tap your feet or nod your head to this. Excellent!