Symphonies of Sickness
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||ExplicitReek of Putrefaction||Carcass||4:09||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitExhume to Consume||Carcass||3:50||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitExcoriating Abdominal Emanation||Carcass||4:31||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitRuptured In Purulence||Carcass||4:11||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitEmpathological Necroticism||Carcass||5:45||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitEmbryonic Necropsy and Devourment||Carcass||5:13||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitSwarming Vulgar Mass of Infected Virulency||Carcass||3:10||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitCadaveric Incubator of Endo-Parasites||Carcass||3:23||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitSlash Dementia||Carcass||3:23||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||ExplicitCrepitating Bowel Erosion||Carcass||5:28||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
Reseña de álbum
If Reek of Putrefaction was one series of brusque, quick, and brute explosions after another, Symphonies of Sickness, as its title indicated, is something of a complex step up. None of the power is lost at all, but thanks to a combination of crisper recording and a desire on the part of the band to stretch things out a bit more — three- to five-minute-long songs and so forth — Carcass here play with their enjoyably ugly sound just enough. Thus, hearing a brief stab of synth strings and an actual sense of space in the opening title track might not be too much, but it's still quite a lot in context. But once the vocal growls and a quick, solid riff heralds another hyperspeed section of musical and vocal delivery, Carcass as they were initially known and loved reappear in full effect. Nothing too much changes beyond the slightest of touches throughout Symphonies, but one notable difference is that the lyrics actually sometimes come through, if only just. One of the best bits comes in the middle of "Empathological Necroticism" — in the middle of detailing another hard day at the office with crushed limbs and general evisceration, the working stiff hero of the piece admits, "Life is hard as a mortuary technician." Given that the guy's problems have to deal with such things as pulped cerebellums mucking up his slab and the problems of rigor mortis, it's hard to disagree with the sentiment. An all-time Carcass highlight comes with the perfectly disgusting second number, "Exhume to Consume," which gives an all-new insight into the joys of grave-robbing and, shall we say, feasting on preserved meat. Then again, ignore the lyric sheet and just go nuts with some of the deepest male vocals ever recorded and overall feedback doom crunch.
Se formó en: 1985 en Liverpool, England
Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s