CARCASS rumoured to be finishing their first album in over 15 years

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The reunited grindcore/extreme metal legends CARCASS are apparently up to something. They are reportedly putting the finishing touches on their first record since 1996’s “Swansong” with producer Colin Richardson.

CARCASS have also reportedly been searching for a label to release their new album for an early 2013, making this their first release not on their longtime home Earache Records, which released all five of their studio albums, including the classics “Reek of Putrefaction” (1988), “Symphonies of Sickness” (1989), “Necroticism – Descanting the Insalubrious” (1991) and “Heartwork” (1993).


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