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Dark Recollections

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The only release by Swedish deathsters Carnage, Dark Recollections has grown into a cult classic of sorts since its release in 1990. Following hot upon the heels of Entombed's landmark debut, Left Hand Path, the album combined new compositions with improved versions of songs from the demos recorded by the band over the previous two years. Except for ever-present guitarist Michael Amott (later of Carcass fame), Carnage's membership was so unstable that the group seemed more like a side project for all involved than a full-time gig. In fact, the band had effectively ceased to exist by the time Dark Recollections saw the light of day. Which makes it even more surprising that such an unstable situation could result in such a cohesive, consistent effort. Only slightly less accomplished than Entombed's first effort, tracks like "Infestation of Evil," "Deranged from Blood," and the title cut display intricate arrangements which add plenty of color and variety to the unbridled fury and ear-crushing heaviness herein. Other less distinctive offerings like "Gentle Exhuming" and "Self Dissection" evoke Carcass both lyrically and musically. Basically, if you're into primitive Entombed and grindcore in general, this is your bag, baby. [Finally reissued on CD by Earache Records in 2000 with eight bonus tracks taken from the band's two 1989 demos, Dark Recollections now delivers the final (and only) word on Carnage.]

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If you dig the Sunlight studio sound of early Entombed/Grave/Dismember etc you will love this! A must have. One of the most overlooked Death Metal albums of the 90's. The new released demo songs are a nice added feature to this release but the stand out tracks are from the original LP. I owned on cassette when this 1st came out. Later when i upgraded to CD's this was impossible to find. So this was a no-brainer for me to purchase here on itunes. ~hope this helps

Amazing death metal!

Truly a lost gem
a fine addition to Michael Amott's amazing legacy.

The guitar work is brutal and intricate, some of the best you'll find
The vocals sound like early vader or nocturnus.
Overall the musicianship is excellent definantly an album i recommend purchasing.

Quintessential Swedish DM...

Classic Swedish sound... eerie song structures... everything about it screams early Swedish DM. I've had this since it came out... and it still gets frequent plays! Thank the metal gods that Karki and Co. have kept the spirit alive with Dismember. Hails to Swedish DEATH!

Dark Recollections, Carnage
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