Carcass - Tools Of The Trade download album
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Features a sticker promoting the Gods of Grind tour on cover. US release by Relativity Records. Track 3 is re-recorded version of the same song from Reek of Putrefaction (1988) Track 4 is re-recorded version of song from the Pathological compilation (1989).
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Quite how successful Carcass expected their first EP, 'Tools of the Trade' to be is beyond anybody's guess-simply because, whilst each of its songs are extremely good indeed, three of these songs can be found on any other of the band's Compilation/Studio albums . What is left to close the EP (and funnily enough also closes the 'Symphonies of Sickness' album) is a stunning yet slightly awkward reworking of 'Hepatic Tissue Fermentation'. With enough venom and vileness to make even the healthiest person commit themselves to the nearest hospital, it certainly does what it says on the tin.
Pyosified (Still Rotten To The Gore). Hepatic Tissue Fermentation II. Incarnated Solvent Abuse. Steel skin clips, Forceps, grooved awl, retractors, needles Gouges and saws, Intestinal clamps, blunt dissectors, Scalpels, pins, toothed directors. Tools of the trade, forceps and blades Skillfully lathed, for us to maim. Bone levers, spikes, malleable scoops, Plates and chisels, screws and spoons, Drills, respatories, files and durettes, Guillotines, gags and compression forceps. Tools of the trade, ripping the rib-cage, To remissly lustrate, so pleased to maim.
Complete your Carcass collection. I Had this back when IT first came ou. fter descanting I couldnt get enough of them and this certainly filled the gap. But my dumb self pawned IT along time ago I think? Hopefully I didnt.
Tools Of The Trade Album. Pyosified (Still Rotten To The Gore).
The title track of the EP features both Jeff Walker's demonic snarls and Bill Steer's aquatic utterances exchanging barely decipherable lyrics about scalpels and other medical tools. The guitar riffs of this song move along at a quick speed before eventually slowing down to a near halt near the end of the song, when a contemplative mood sets in, establishing a suiting mood for a short guitar solo before the group suddenly concludes the song with a short grindcore blast.