Carcass' finest album (but not containing their best song - that accolade goes to "Keep Rotting In The Free World" from 1995's "Swansong). Colin Richardson, following this album, worked extensively with Machine Head throughout the winter of 1993 and spring and summer of 1994. The work in question was none other than "Burn My Eyes". This should effectively tell you that this album is a classic. "Carnal Forge", "No Love Lost" and "Heartwork" are songs that any metal band worth their salt would die for. Admittedly there is a slight mid-album lull, but this is only noticed because of the sheer quality that had gone before it. The truly chilling riff of "Death Certificate" that closes the album is instantly memorable and is the best song here. The riff just gives the imagery of walking through a deserted park and having a madman silently follow you and bludgeon you to death. The bell tolled for Carcass a few years later, but the Liverpudlians have left a lasting legacy.