Carcass - stainless surgical steel
At the end of eighties, when Bill Steer no longer felt like home in Napalm Death, he found himself company for work on a carcass. This carcass became Carcass and out of its putrefaction came grindcore, goregrind, death metal and even death ‘n’ roll. Well, unfortunately, Carcass later spent almost a decade in the coldest refrigerator in the morgue. But the time came for some new experiments, which led to album Surgical Steel in 2013. Believe us, Carcass’ scalpels are more than sharp enough to deeply incise your experience of Metaldays 2015!