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The carcass has been revived
on 9 February 2017
What a comeback after 17 years, i didn't expect for this to be that good but this is just excellent.
I am Carcass fan from 'Necroticism' and 'Heartwork' follower, and by listening to this it throw me back to these albums.
The production here is so good, Andy Sneap never disappoint, sound so good that i want to listen to it again and again.
The album is not easy to digest at all, you need a few spins to get use to it, and considering i write this review a bit late, i did gave it a few spins.
Each time i listen to it i like it more and more, musically is all what you can ask for from a death metal legend, the drums here are an eargasm, Walker's vocals are brutal and harsh but also enjoyable like 17 years ago, and of course the bass, the riffs, the solos all are pleasure to the ears.
Lyrically, that language is very hard to understand, the meaning of it, just for looking at the title tracks with numbers and capital letters like someone forgot to turn off the caps lock, and it the same experience i had with 'Necroticism', but that keep it mysterious.
Artwork is interesting, seeing all those tools gives you the experience you about to explore inside, which is important to me apart of the music.
From the first opener with the intro Carcass are here to say they are back and they are back to do what they know to do the best.
I like all the tracks, hard to me to pick a favorite, i just prefer to play it in one play and enjoy.