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Carcass - The Complete Pathologist's Report (2010) (5 CD/DVD Box Set)

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Goregrind/Grindcore, Melodic Death Metal | Label: Earache Records #MOSH1801FB | RAR 3% Rec. |
... Ultimate Collector Set for all CARCASS fans ...

This Deluxe Edition Re-Issue Box Set features all 5 original CARCASS albums, each
with Bonus Tracks or Demo Tracks. Each album also includes an Exclusive
DVD featuring parts of the "Pathologist's Report" documentary with
interviews, videos & more. All 5 Digipak albums are packaged in an
Exclusive Slipcase.

CD1: Reek Of Putrefaction + Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo
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Label: Earache Records Ltd. #MOSH 6001 | RAR 3% Rec. | FilePost
With the ripples of their influence able to felt from all corners of the extreme
metal scene, Liverpool, England based metal band Carcass are truly a
force to be reckoned with. Formed in 1985, as a Grindcore/Goregrind
band, the group from its earnest beginnings worked its way up from
hometown heros to world renowned metal heros, all through the use of
hard work, intelligence and ingenuity. However, before their ascension
to the throne of metal, Carcass played some of the rudest, crudest music
known to man, which is displayed flawlessly on their 1988 debut Reek of
Putrefaction, a savage and unforgiving slab of brutal Grindcore.

Everything aspect of Reek of Putrefaction is harsh and uncompromising,
from the tortured vocals of Jeff Walker(the raspier growl), Bill
Steer(guttural growls) and Ken Owens(distorted growls) to the intense
blast beat drumming to the cruel guitar savagery that assails the
listeners ear drums. Vocally the trio's approach to screaming is utterly
sickening (in a good way). While Walker's incredible larynx torturing
rasp dominates most of the record, Steer and Owens own brutal delivery
often make their way into the mix, making for amazing dynamics between
higher pitched, mid ranged and absolutely guttural vocals. A great
example of this would be fifth track Carbonized Eye Sockets ( a great
name for a song if there ever was one) The drumming on this record
(courtesy of Ken Owens) would now be considered fairly straightforward
and simple, but in the of 1988 his lightning fast blastbeat technique
would inspire thousands of blooming drummers to reach and surpass his
sonic record. There are breaks from his fast paced playing however, with
these beats often rooted in more groove laden pastures. The beginning
of Pyosisified (Rotten To The Gore) shows the more midpaced and slower
playing while also demonstrating the impossibly fast speeds at which Mr.
Owens was capable of.

The guitar playing (presented by Bill Steer) ranges from fast, tremolo
picked guitar, to slower chugging palm muted riffs to slow crawl
guitars. On tracks like Fermenting Innards the listener gets to see the
contrast between his style of playing dabbling a bit in each setting of
speed. Another great dynamic of Steer's playing on this record is it's
technicality. Unlike a vast majority of Grindcore bands, who just stick
to playing power chords at warp speeds, Steer includes many different
cadences, chord changes and solos into his playing. His solos range from
Slayer inspired whammy bar fests (Festerday) to alternative
picked/legato solos such as in Excreted Alive. The bass on this album is
sometimes present as in instrumental Genital Grinder but is mostly
unheard more often than not sadly. The lack of bass is no doubt
partially attributed to the fact that the production on Reek of
Putrefaction is absolutely atrocious. All instruments and vocals (except
for the drums which are actually very clear) are horribly muffled as if
someone put a pillow over the speakers of the amplifiers. In most cases
this type of production would ruin an album, but in Carcass's case the
abysmal production works perfectly. For whatever reasons, the muffled
instruments and sounds manage to "complete" the sound of Carcass, making
whats already intense and raw, even more so. Lyrically, Reek of
Putrefaction provides content that would make even hardened veterans
Cannibal Corpse gagging. Taking terms and definitions directly from a
medical textbook Walker twists and turns the subjects into things of
horror, and gore, that would make any voluntary fan who looked at the
lyrics sick to the stomach.

While Reek of Putrefaction see's Carcass already at a mature level
lyrically and musically, this debut is only the first step in the
evolution of this ever changing band. With the help of Reek of
Putrefaction and it's abnormally strong content, Carcass as able to
evolve their sound even further, with each successive release taking
giants strides forward in style and ability. The roots must not be
forgotten though, as Reek... most definitely proves to be a debut worth
repeated listen.

Tracklist : 

1. Genital Grinder - 1:32
2. Regurgitation of Giblets - 1:24
3. Maggot Colony - 1:37
4. Pyosisified (Rotten to the Gore) - 2:55
5. Carbonized Eyesockets - 1:11
6. Frenzied Detruncation - 0:59
7. Vomited Anal Tract - 1:45
8. Festerday - 0:22
9. Fermenting Innards - 2:35
10. Excreted Alive - 1:21
11. Suppuration - 2:19
12. Foeticide - 2:46
13. Microwaved Uterogestation - 1:24
14. Feast On Dismembered Carnage - 1:27
15. Splattered Cavities - 1:54
16. Psychopathologist - 1:18
17. Burnt To a Crisp - 2:43
18. Pungent Excruciation - 2:31
19. Manifestation On Verrucose Urethra - 1:02
20. Oxidised Razor Masticator - 3:12
21. Mucopurulence Excretor - 1:09
22. Malignant Defecation - 2:17
23. Genital Grinder (Intro - Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:19
24. Regurgitation of Giblets (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:29
25. Festerday (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 0:14
26. Limb From Limb (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:01
27. Rotten To The Gore (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 2:51
28. Excreted Alive (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 0:56
29. Malignant Defecation (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:54
30. Fermenting Innards (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 2:31
31. Necro-Cannibal Bloodfeast (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:41
32. Psychopathologist (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:26
33. Die In Pain (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 0:06
34. Pungent Excruciation (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 3:01
35. Face Meltaaargh (Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Demo) - 1:12

DVD1: The Complete Pathologist's Report Part I - Incubation

1. A Meeting Of Minds
2. Rehearsals Begind
3. The Original Line Up
4. What Inspired Gore?
5. Police Raids Over Artwork
6. The First Album
7. How Were Carcass Different?
8. Bill's Involvement With Napalm
9. Grindcore? Hardcore? Death Metal? Punk?
10. John Peel's Support

• Jeff Walker - Vocals, Bass
• Bill Steer - Guitars, Vocals
• Ken Owen - Drums, Vocals

CD2: Symphonies of Sickness + Symphonies of Sickness Demo
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Label: Earache Records Ltd. #MOSH 1801 | RAR 3% Rec. | FilePost
Carcass did something revolutionary back in 1989 when they released “Symphonies of
Sickness”. What did they do that was so revolutionary? Oh nothing
really, except create the genre known only as goregrind. This album
basically set the foundation for every other band that attempts
goregrind. If you can find a goregrind band that doesn’t name Carcass as
their influence, they’re lying. Simple as that, this is and will always
be the greatest goregrind album ever.

The production is a massive step up from their previous album. “Reek of
Putrefaction” was by far one of the worst productions I’ve ever heard.
“Symphonies of Sickness” just happens to be the exact opposite and is
very well produced. The guitars are extremely heavy, just listen to
“Ruptured in Purulence”; the bass is loud and backs up the guitar nicely
but also has some stand outs, “Ruptured” and “Empathological
Necroticism”. The drums are loud but the snare can get lost sometimes in
the blast beats but not that big of a deal.

The riffs on this album are very technical compared to their debut.
“Excoriating Abdominal Emanation” is a great example of these riffs
being all over the place. “Ruptured in Purulence” has one of the
heaviest riffs ever played in the intro and then explodes into the grind
madness that Carcass is so good at. “Crepitating Bowel Erosion” also
has an amazingly heavy intro. 2 of the songs on here seem more straight
grindcore to me. “Cadaveric Incubator of Endo Parasites” and “Slash
Dementia” are both extremely fast. They start with blast beats and
continue through most of the song, so if you’re worried about a shortage
of blast beats and grind, don’t worry about it.

Now the vocals. The trio of Bill Steer, Jeff Walker, and Ken Owen has
got to be the greatest combination of vocals in the history of metal.
Bill Steer and his extreme gutturals, Ken doing his pitch shifted
sections perfectly, and Jeff Walker doing his high raspy screams and his
vomit sounding vocals all work perfectly together. Jeff especially
shines during the mid section of “Excoriating Abdominal Emanation” and
the insane vocals on “Ruptured in Purulence”. There are plenty of random
Jeff Walker noises that linger in the background that sound like he
might be sick. All of this just adds to feel of the album that created

The lyrics are the most disgusting lyrics ever. They are not like
Cannibal Corpse gore lyrics because most of those are fantasy based.
These are pathologic gore lyrics that can actually exist. Obviously,
most morticians don’t go grave robbing and start eating rotting corpses
but you get my drift. “Cadaveric Incubator of Endo Parasites” is about a
corpse literally being eaten away by insects. I almost threw up the
first time I read them. It is just flat out gross. “Embryonic Necropsy
and Devourment” might be the most horrible song on here. Boiling fetuses
to make a soup, who doesn’t like the sound of that?

In closing, this is the almighty goregrind album and might just be my
favorite album of all time. Everything about this album is amazing. If
you like “Heartwork” or “Swansong” you might have a hard time trying to
stomach this rotting piece of grind, but if you’re willing to try it, I
would recommend it. It is and will always be one word, amazing.

Tracklist : 

1. Reek Of Putrefaction - 4:10
2. Exhume To Consume - 3:51
3. Excoriating Abdominal Emanation - 4:32
4. Ruptured In Purulence - 4:11
5. Empathological Necroticism - 5:45
6. Embryonic Necropsy And Devourment - 5:13
7. Swarming Vulgar Mass Of Infected Virulency - 3:10
8. Cadaveric Incubator Of Endoparasites - 3:24
9. Slash Dementia - 3:23
10. Crepitating Bowel Erosion - 5:29
11. Reek Of Putrefaction (Demo) - 3:42
12. Slash Dementia (Demo) - 3:12
13. Embryonic Necropsy And Devourment (Demo) - 4:52
14. Cadaveric Incubator Of Endo-Parasites (Demo) - 3:19
15. Ruptured In Purulence (Demo) - 3:48
16. Crepitating Bowel Erosion (Demo) - 5:15

DVD2: The Complete Pathologist's Report Part II - Propagation

1. Mike Joins Carcass
2. Crazy Times
3. Making It To The States
4. Naturals With The Ladies
5. Big In The USA
6. Creating Symphonies
7. The Writing Process
8. A View From 1992
9. Slash Dementia

• Jeff Walker - Vocals, Bass
• Bill Steer - Guitars, Vocals
• Ken Owen - Drums, Vocals

CD3: Necroticism - Descanting The Insalubrious
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Label: Earache Records Ltd. #MOSH 4202 | RAR 3% Rec. | FilePost
Carcass: sweet Satan below what can be said that hasn’t already been said about
Carcass? Holding an unassailable position as the kings of deathly grind,
this is a group that has both redefined and exemplified the music with a
sickly cloud of rot and odorous decay hanging about it. Certainly, they
are one of the few who deserve the endless bloody rain of praise poured
down upon – their influence on the modern melodic death scene and the
murky confines of the grindcore underworld is utterly irrefutable.
And while there are some who argue that the UK legend’s crowning glory
is the vomit inducing goregrind of ‘Symphonies of Sickness’, and others
who hold the melodic metal milestone ‘Heartwork’ in highest regard,
there are those who understand the truth. That here, on the legendary
‘Necroticism - Descanting The Insalubrious’ (the bridge album between
the two aforementioned discs), Carcass laid down the greatest, heaviest
work of their pathology-obsessed career.

The songs here are enormously different from those you’ll find on ‘Reek
of Putrefaction’ or ‘Symphonies’, with their run times nearly doubled or
in the case of songs such as ‘Inpropagation’ and ‘Forensic
Clinicism/The Sanguine Article’ pretty much tripled in length. The death
metal influence hinted at on ‘Symphonies’ takes to the fore here, with
song structures slowed down and sped up where appropriate in place of
the relentlessly blasting of the two preceding albums. Solos feature
prominently (a rarity in most forms of death metal), and an
unmistakeable hint of melody shines through each one, though nowhere
near that seen on ‘Heartwork.’ Lyrically, gore fans will still be
satiated. While the over-the-top titles are absent, in their place is a
far more surgically precise kind of description, equally graphic in
their gruesome detailing of decomposing, decaying human bodies.

‘Necroticism’ is also an album characterized by a very genuine
atmosphere of ominous dread and barely contained bloodlust. This is
helped in large part by the sound itself: herein the listener can find
one of the finest, heaviest production jobs that Colin Richardson has
ever put his stamp on, with each instrument ringing out as clearly as
the one alongside, all the while retaining one of the meatiest and most
satisfyingly crunching guitar tones ever heard on record. The additional
interview samples opening almost every song are the cherry on the cake
of the production.

As players, Carcass were on the very pinnacle of their game here. Jeff
Walker and Bill Steer’s infamous and highly influential vocals come into
their own, coupling Walker’s hellish, primal scream with Steer’s
sinister low-end growls to produce a fantastically unsettling effect.
Ken Owen gives one of his best performances ever, adding a variety and
flair into his drumwork (though his forays into hyperspeed are not
completely absent), and his fills are as stunning in their power as they
are in skill. And of course, it would be impossible to talk about
‘Necroticism’ without mention of the awe-inspiring guitars of Steer and
Michael Amott, who bring grinding, writhing, coruscating riff after riff
to the table, along with lead guitar work and solos that are some of
the most memorably astounding in all of death metal.

Inarguably, the songs here are laden to the brim with hooks; the very
riffs themselves are the kind that will stick in the brain for weeks –
the main riff for ‘Incarnated Solvent Abuse’ is one of the greatest
riffs of all time – and the subtle groove underscoring the likes of
‘Pedigree Butchery’ and ‘Carneous Cacoffiny’ are guaranteed to set heads
banging as hard as any pounding deathly blasting ever could.

All of these elements combine to make one utterly sublime masterclass in
death metal artistry, one of the true, inarguable classics of immense
significance and historical importance in heavy metal. Truly the
greatest Carcass album of all time, and one of the best albums you will
ever hear in your entire life. Seek it out now, and revel in the
festering slime of ‘Necroticism - Descanting the Insalubrious.’

Tracklist : 

01. Inpropagation - 7:06
02. Corporal Jigsore Quandary - 5:48
03. Symposium Of Sickness - 6:57
04. Pedigree Butchery - 5:16
05. Incarnated Solvent Abuse - 5:00
06. Carneous Cacoffiny - 6:44
07. Lavaging Expectorate Of Lysergide Composition - 4:03
08. Forensic Clinicism / The Sanguine Article - 7:11
09. Tools Of The Trade (Bonus Track) - 3:05
10. Pyosified (Still Rotten To The Gore) (Bonus Track) - 3:08
11. Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II (Bonus Track) - 6:38

DVD3: The Complete Pathologist's Report Part III - Mass Infection

1. Inpropagation
2. Corporal Jigsore Quandary
3. Symposium of Sickness
4. Pedigree Butchery
5. Incarnated Solvent Abuse
6. Carneous Cacoffiny
7. Lavaging Expectorate of Lysergide Composition
8. Forensic Clinicism / The Sanguine Article
9. Tools of the Trade
10. Pyosified (Still Rotten to the Gore)
11. Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II

• Jeff Walker - Vocals, Bass
• Michael Amott - Guitars, Vocals
• Bill Steer - Guitars, Vocals
• Ken Owen - Drums, Vocals

CD4: Heartwork + The Pre-Heartwork Parr Street Demos February 1993
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DVD -> Folder | NTSC 720x480, 29,97 fps | ~ 33 min | English 2.0 Stereo (LPCM 1536 Kbps) | 2.5 GB
Label: Earache Records Ltd. #MOSH9702 | RAR 3% Rec. | FilePost
This album in my opinion is the greatest death metal album ever made. Carcass -
Heartwork is beyond heavy and also ultra melodic in places. Firstly I
will point out that this album is almost nothing like any off Carcass's
releases up to this point in their career. This is when Carcass
progressed into the band they had been striving to become. First off the
music differs vastly from the previous release Necroticism : Descanting
the Insalubrious moving from a more straight up death metal sound with
long progressive song structures to more clinically played, straight to
the point song's. Focusing more on the quality of the riffs and more
memorable song's. For example on the mighty title track that verse riff
is possibly one of the heaviest riffs ever wrote in metal, instantly
recognisable and memorable.

Handling guitars on Heartwork we have Bill Steer and Micheal Amott (Arch
Enemy, Carnage) unleashing forth riffs that will leave you begging for
mercy and melodic, extremely well played leads that are totally unique
and fresh compared to other death metal, first lead on the song Carnal
Forge is totally unique heard that in any death metal before this album?
Another personal highlight would have to be Doctrinal Expletives every
riff in that song just blasts out of your speakers and demands you head

It also has to be mentioned that Colin Richardson did an superb job
producing this album with the band. Making the guitar tone, drum sound
and every thing else on the album sound crisp and sharp you can also
clearly hear everything on this album rare for bands that play with such
low tunings in the time period. Overall its hard for me to review this
album it is something every metal fan should own in their collection if
not just for how important it is in the developmental of melodic death
metal, I cant truly express in words how amazing Heartwork is I listen
to it about a 100 times a year and it never becomes stale or boring in
just gets more intense after each play. Easily one of my all time
favourite records, now go out and buy it and see if it becomes one of

Tracklist : 

1. Buried Dreams - 3:59
2. Carnal Forge - 3:55
3. No Love Lost - 3:23
4. Heartwork - 4:33
5. Embodiment - 5:37
6. This Mortal Coil - 3:50
7. Arbeit Macht Fleisch - 4:22
8. Blind Bleeding The Blind - 4:57
9. Doctrinal Expletives - 3:39
10. Death Certificate - 3:37

The Pre-Heartwork Parr Street Demos February 1993 : 

1. Blind Bleeding The Blind - 5:15
2. Buried Dreams - 4:07
3. Carnal Forge - 4:06
4. Death Certificate - 3:50
5. Deliverance - 5:53
6. Doctrinal Expletives - 3:45
7. Heartwork - 4:38
8. No Love Lost - 3:26
9. This Mortal Coil - 4:05
10. Arbeit Macht Frei - 4:32

DVD4: The Complete Pathologist's Report Part IV - Epidemic

1. Lyrical Inspiration & Themes
2. Parr Street Studios
3. Colin Richardson As Producer
4. H.R. Giger
5. Were Your Hearts Still Into The Work?
6. Touring The Album
7. Veggies & Vegans
8. The Importance Of Mike
09. Mike's Departure
10. Arbeit Macht Fleisch

• Jeff Walker - Vocals, Bass
• Michael Amott - Guitars
• Bill Steer - Guitars
• Ken Owen - Drums

CD5: Swansong
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Carcass's Swansong alienated many, it was yet another gear-shift from a band who
had changed styles repeatedly. But this, for most hardcore Carcass fans,
was one shift too far away from their initial template. Criticisms of
this album kept me away from it for years, which is odd as the albums
that turn the fanbase tend to be some of my favorites (Spheres,
Diatribes, Wolverine Blues, Chaos A.D.) for the simple reason that they
were accessible right when I was first discovering metal. I also dig
change. I don't want to hear the same album over and over again. I want
bands to step out and challenge themselves. If the music is still good, I
will support it. And the music on Swansong is fantastic.

"Keep On Rotting In The Free World" sets the stage, expanding on the
slower moments from Heartwork and ladening them with even bigger hooks,
meaty riffs, dazzling solos, even some cowbell. Yes, it rocks in a more
traditional sense but it is far from the sell-out I had imagined. This
song would drain the blood out of any mainstream AOR junkie. Ditto,
"R**k The Vote," you wouldn't know it was Carcass except that it is so
obviously Carcass once the double-bass and Jeff's snarling rasp kick in.
There's melody, harmony, dissonance, crushing heaviness -- the perfect
recipe for a kick-ass metal record. Carcass masters the template, much
as they did earlier with both goregrind and melodic death metal .

Carcass are toying with their non-grind influences here, mainly NWOBHM
filtered through some T-Rex/Thin Lizzy; add a dash of Sabbath and a
heaping helping of Helmet (I'm thinking the opening riff to "Tomorrow
Belongs To Nobody" in particular) and you get the majority of Swansong.
It's a huge sound and it feels logical, a perfect extension out of
Heartwork's best moments. The riffs are big, epic even; the hooks are
razor sharp; and the vocals are vile. Had Jeff Walker recorded the clean
vocals he had been pressured to use or had the riffs been less dirty,
well then, maybe I would feel a little different. But songs like "Firm
Hand" and "Polarized" are nasty little numbers, pure metal evil, with
pummeling double bass and multi-faceted guitar playing.

The production on this record is superior, similar to Heartwork, fuller
even. Cranked up, it's heavy as hell, enough to shake my speakers off
their stands.
Every instrument sounds strong and crisp, with perfect separation.
Jeff's bass playing is the most audible it has ever been, demonstrating
that he does more than just follow the riffs. If I had to pick a
perfectly recorded metal album, it might be this one. Colin Richardson
really outdid himself. He's quickly become my favorite metal producer.

Tracklist : 

1. Keep On Rotting In The Free World - 3:41
2. Tomorrow Belongs To Nobody - 4:18
3. Black Star - 3:29
4. Cross My Heart - 3:34
5. Childs Play - 5:42
6. Room 101 - 4:36
7. Polarized - 4:02
8. Generation Hexed - 3:47
9. Firm Hand - 5:23
10. R**K The Vote - 3:52
11. Don't Believe A Word - 3:57
12. Go To Hell - 3:21
13. Death Rider Da (Bonus Track) - 1:18

DVD5: The Complete Pathologist's Report Part V - Decomposition

1. Issues With Release
2. Extreme But Not As We Know It
3. Moving To Columbia
4. The Cover Artwork
5. Mike Hickey & Carlo's Involvement
6. The End Is Nigh
7. The Aftermath
8. Influencing The Next Generation
9. Ken Talks About His Illness
10. Outtakes

• Jeff Walker - Vocals, Bass
• Carlo Regadas - Guitars
• Bill Steer - Guitars
• Ken Owen - Drums

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