History Music / Carcass

26th Mar '16 8:45:13 AM HSpiritOfVengeance
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* AntiLoveSong - "No Love Lost" and "316L Grade Surgical Steel".



* ReligionRantSong: "A Congealed Clot of Blood" is a type 3, a TakeThat against Islamic terrorism.

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* ReligionRantSong: "A Congealed Clot of Blood" is a type 3, a TakeThat against Islamic terrorism. "Embodiment" and "A Wraith in the Apparatus" qualify as Type 2 examples.
4th Oct '15 11:01:28 PM Yalsaris63
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* DeathMetal - The bulk of their material.

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* DeathMetal - The bulk of their material.material, but ''Necroticism'' is their best example.
2nd Jun '15 7:01:17 PM Jake18
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** The gorn thematics came back in ''Surgical Steel'', but without all the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness loquaciousness]] and {{squick}} employed in the first three albums.

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** The gorn thematics came back in ''Surgical Steel'', but without all the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness loquaciousness]] and {{squick}} employed in the first three albums.albums, and are generally employed in a more allegorical manner.



* MetalScream: Bill extensively used Type 2 in the first two albums, but he's, since ''Necroticism'', went to Type 3.

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* MetalScream: Bill extensively used Type 2 in the first two albums, but he's, since ''Necroticism'', went to albums while Jeff Walker uses Type 3.


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* ReligionRantSong: "A Congealed Clot of Blood" is a type 3, a TakeThat against Islamic terrorism.


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* VocalTagTeam: On their early works, the vocals would alternate between Bill Steer's deep growl and Jeff Walker's mid-range rasp.
22nd Apr '15 6:16:36 AM Patachou
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* ShoutOut: Music/JohnZorn namedrops them as an influence on his album ''Music/{{Radio}}'' by Naked City. "Grand Guignol" by Naked City justifies it's obsession with taboos, fear, terror and evil by making a comparison between historical authors, artists and musicians who made works inspired by these things. One of the names mentioned is Carcass.
16th Apr '15 9:54:50 AM Magmortar75
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* RockTrio: During their first two album period (after which a second guitar player was on each album) and on ''Surgical Steel''.



* ScaryMusicianHarmlessMusic: Averted.

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* ScaryMusicianHarmlessMusic: Averted.An inversion (pretty average guys, as shown above...who happen to be massive influences on a huge amount of DeathMetal-related music).



* SpiritualSuccessor - Arch Enemy (featuring former Carcass guitarist Michael Amott). Thematically, Music/{{Exhumed}} is probably the closest candidate, as they're easily the most successful Carcass-worship act at this point.
* ThePeteBest: Sanjiv.

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* SpiritualSuccessor - Arch Enemy Music/ArchEnemy (featuring former Carcass guitarist Michael Amott). Thematically, Music/{{Exhumed}} is probably the closest candidate, as they're easily the most successful Carcass-worship act at this point.
* ThePeteBest: Sanjiv.
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16th Mar '15 9:57:20 AM morenohijazo
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* LaterInstallmentWeirdness: It was initially a {{Grindcore}}/DeathMetal act for their first three of their five studio releases. 1994's ''Heartwork'' took a shift towards a more conventional style that became one of the biggest influences on MelodicDeathMetal and other subgenres (such as {{Metalcore}} and ProgressiveMetal), and ''[[MeaningfulName Swansong]]'' was a complete departure, being comprised of {{Blues}}-influenced HeavyMetal with discrete Death Metal aesthetics.



* MelodicDeathMetal - Their last two albums, as well as ''Surgical Steel''.



* MelodicDeathMetal - Their last two albums, as well as ''Surgical Steel''.
26th Aug '14 8:17:38 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* SpiritualSuccessor - Arch Enemy (featuring former Carcass guitarist Michael Amott).

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* SpiritualSuccessor - Arch Enemy (featuring former Carcass guitarist Michael Amott). Thematically, Music/{{Exhumed}} is probably the closest candidate, as they're easily the most successful Carcass-worship act at this point.
26th Aug '14 8:15:19 PM HasturHasturHastur
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** Also, the entire genre of goregrind, a genre which has been summarised as unabashed Carcass revivalism.

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** Also, the entire genre of goregrind, a genre which has been summarised as unabashed Carcass revivalism.revivalism (though there were other purveyors of it out and about at the same time, particularly Impetigo and General Surgery).
5th Mar '14 10:47:18 AM Nick98
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* ThePeteBest: Sanjiv.
4th Mar '14 1:56:24 AM Nick98
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** The gorn thematics came back in ''Surgical Steel'', but without all the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness loquaciousness]] and {{squick}} employed in the first three albums.
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