Carcass Reveals New Album "Surgical Steel" Artwork
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British extreme metal legends Carcass have revealed the cover art for their upcoming sixth full-length release "Surgical Steel."
“We went back to working with Ian Tilton, who is an iconic English photographer famous for working with The Stone Roses,” stated front man Jeff Walker. “He actually did the front cover for 'Necroticism...' as well. We've deliberately tried to evoke the feeling of that album and 'Heartwork.'"
The album will be released on September 13th (Europe), September 16th (UK), and September 17th (North America).
"Surgical Steel," the band’s first studio release since the 1996 LP "Swansong," was produced by Colin Richardson and mixed/mastered by Andy Sneap. Joining guitarist Bill Steer and bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker in the band's current incarnation are new drummer Dan Wilding and guitarist Ben Ash.
Expect some guest vocals from original sticksman Ken Owen as well, when "Surgical Steel" is finally released this Fall world-wide. A teaser trailer for the album can be found at this location.
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