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Carcass

CarcassCarcass are a British extreme metal band from Liverpool, who formed in 1985 and disbanded in 1995. A reformation was enacted in 2007 without one of its original members, drummer Ken Owen, due to health reasons. Carcass are regarded as pioneers of the grindcore genre. Their early work was also tagged as splatter death metal, hardgore and goregrind; on account of their morbid lyrics and gruesome album covers. They also became one of the pioneers of melodic death metal with their 1993 album Heartwork.

Carcass was first formed as a school band by Bill Steer and Ken Owen that soon after disbanded...

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Essential Grindcore Albums

Essential Grindcore Albums

Essential Grindcore AlbumsFast, furious and ridiculously intense, grindcore has been deafening and thrilling fans of untamed brutality for three decades. It’s death metal’s snotty younger brother, hardcore punk’s evil twin and one of the most deceptively inventive sub-genres the world of heavy music has yet spawned. If you fancy having your ears wrenched off, these albums are the ultimate starting point. Grind on, here’s a list of Essential Grindcore Albums :

(* we have taken one album per band and the list is not ranked)


1. Repulsion – Horrified (1989)

Originally recorded in 1986, Horrified is simply the grindcore motherlode...

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Grindcore

GRINDCORE (1987-present)

GrindcoreGrindcore is an extreme genre of music that originated in the early to mid-1980s. It draws inspiration from some of the most abrasive-sounding genres – including Hardcore Punk, Thrash Metal, Crust Punk, Industrial and Noise Rock. Grindcore is characterized by a noise-filled sound that uses heavily distorted, down-tuned guitars, grinding overdriven bass, high speed tempo, blast beats, and vocals which consist of growls and high-pitched shrieks. Early groups like Napalm Death are credited with laying the groundwork for the style. It is most prevalent today in North America and Europe, with popular contributors such as Brutal Truth and Nasum. Lyrical themes range from a primary focus on social and political concerns, to gory subject matter and black humor...

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