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When the album arrived in 1994 heavy metal was undergoing a rather self-conscious, management assisted transformation from biker jacket wearing, buffant dandruff shaking passe into something a little more streetwise that you wouldn't be ashamed to tell prospective girlfriends that you were into. Perhaps it was this forced change that caused Carcass to lose a guitar player immediately after this release and then to split up shortly after releasing Heartwork's follow up.
History aside there are some dazzling moments on here which walk the three borders between catchy, aggressive and tehnically excellent. See Buried Dreams as case in point. Awesome toiling guitar riffs combined with vocals which although gutteral are also deciferable certainly hit the spot. This song is also in my opinion one of the best split guitar solos of the last twenty years. The title track too is a work of excellence which although sounds a lot like Kreator’s ‘Coma of Soul’ certainly, at the time, brought something fresh to the genre.
I have heard purists deriding Carcass’s later work as betraying their grindcore roots.Read more ›
I bought secondhand from a reseller, came on time and in perfect condition
Sitting in a spot somewhere between the original grindcore/death metal roots of the band, and more mainstream metal/heavy rock, the overall sound of the album allows a lot more aggression and belief in the lyrics to add to a mix between both harsh and melodic sections that really made the whole more powerful, rather than being a 'sell-out'. It wasn't as if Carcass were going to become a commercialised version of themselves, it seemed to be more about actually making their message and the strength of their music clearer.
There isnt a weak point in the album, it was when they took a spot head and shoulders above their peers, unfortunately it only lasted for this one album and maybe half of the work on Swansong can be considered at a similar level.
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Awesome album, Carcass at their finest. This is a 90's classic, a must for any Metal collection. Buy this album.Published on 14 Dec. 2013 by Metaldog
One of the best metal records. Clean production, great riffs, suberb drumming. Had this album on tape and just bought the cd to remenis but got totally hooked again.Published on 16 Aug. 2013 by Jim
Yes, this is one of those albums that not only lives up to it's reputation but actually blows it sky high out of the water. Believe the hype. Believe the other reviewers. Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2008 by Hedon
Heartwork is no doubt one of the best albums I've bought in recent months. Heartwork is now seen as something of a classic in the metal world. Read morePublished on 22 Aug. 2007 by The Conman