Hard to believe Carcass Necroticism...

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  1. wakjob

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    25 years old now. That's a quarter of a century.

    Man, where'd the time go? :scratch:

    I have a screenshot of Michael Amott commenting on this, but I can't figure out how to post it.
     
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    Today I will try to find the time to record Incarnated Solvent Abuse :)
     
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    Truly one of the greatest metal albums of all time imho. Time sure does fly.
     
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    Just imagine telling your label that you want to call the album Discanting the Inselubrious
     
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    'Prepare to die' \m/
     
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    got it
     

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    Yeah, that makes me feel all kinds of old. Still remember seeing that video for Corporal Jigsore Quandary on MuchMusic back in the day and knowing I had to get into this band. Still my favourite Carcass album.
     
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    Looks like Amott is up to something... :scratch:
     

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    Maybe a Carnage reunion?
     
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    Pretty fantastic album.

    Getting crazy how old all the classics are getting; I know that's kinda stating the obvious but yeah.

    Generally preferred Symphonies of Sickness myself but everything before Heartwork is pretty great for a lot of reasons.
     
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    Damn, now I feel old...good thing is that it is not the Heartwork album because that would make me feel *really* old :)
     
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    That is crazy.....


    Time to start hearing Corporal Jigsore Quandary on the oldies radio station :lol:
     
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    Esp Griffyn Play more music

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    I see you follow Paul Joseph Watson. His video about crying lefties being on the the wrong side of history after the Brexit vote was hilarious.
     
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    I always respected how they evolved with every album. I can't say I like every single one, but each one definitely set feedback with metal bands, each time in a yet new direction. That's adorable.
    Geez, I also really like Arch Enemy, as much a commercial 'corporate rock really sucks' spin-off as they were/are.

    Was cool to come to Carcass' show when they toured the recent album: the audience were either 40-yrs and up like myself or kids, with a demogrphic gap in between
    Yep, was to an Arch Enemy gig too (almost got to open for them but we haven't been rehearsing for a year so decided not to go out on stage to f*ck up).

    Hmmm, I bought an Arch Enemy shirt but didn't buy a Carcass shirt, - why???
     
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    Necrotism is great though i prefer Heartwork, but for me Tools of the Trade EP is the perfect showcase for that era Carcass. Those first 2 riffs on Incarnated Solvent Abuse are DM perfection!
     

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