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Item no. 410760
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Grindcore
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Carcass
Product type CD
Release date 9/5/08
‘Heartwork’ is the fourth album by British death/grindcore group Carcass and was first released in 1993. The last record with Micheal Amott on the guitar, this album will also appeal to fans of Napalm Death, Morbid Angel and Obituary.

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Tan M.

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Posted on: December 11, 2016

Fall from grace

Steer and Amott make some incredible riffs and complex leads in some songs, the drums and the bass are not what we were used to, in some songs the drumming is killer and in others it's just standard with typical rhythm, the same thing for the bass; yes this is the main reason why people called this The First Melodic Death Metal Album. The best song in the album in my opinion is Arbeit Mach Fleisch, this song is Remarkable here all the instruments have something good to highlight, the riffs and leads, the drums, the vocals and bass are astonishing, not to mention that it is the strongest song in the album, so this may be THE song on this album, Blind Bleeding The Blind, Buried Dreams and No Love Lost are also overwhelming songs maybe because this are the only songs where the music was entirely written by Steer without Amott's influence, who knows?

A good album merit to be listened, not the best Carcass's Work (though it can be the best for some people, including the band members themselves) but sure it's high-quality and some songs are amazingly well played and recorded, the production is very good I didn't found any mixing flaws and the sound is exceptionally clean. So here it is, Heartwork it, you don't need more reasons.

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