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Category: Death Metal
Label: Earache Records
Catalog Number: MOSH 97
Steer lead guitar|
Walker bass, vocals
Amott lead guitar
This 1996 reissue adds a bonus track over the original release.
|1. ||Buried Dreams ||3:59|
|2. ||Carnal Forge ||3:55|
|3. ||No Love Lost ||3:23|
|4. ||Heartwork ||4:33|
|5. ||Embodiment ||5:37|
|6. ||This Mortal Coil ||3:50|
|7. ||Arbeit Macht Fleisch ||4:22|
|8. ||Blind Bleeding the Blind ||4:56|
|9. ||Doctrinal Expletives ||3:39|
|10. ||Death Certificate ||3:36|
|11. ||This Is Your Life bonus track ||4:12|
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|Total Running Time:|| 46:02|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 27, 2001 at 18:48|
|La obra maestra de CARCASS despues de necroticism, tecnica, melodia, y brutalidad desencadena en heartwork. Mike Amott, empieza a desencadenar sus logros que vendrian con Arch enemy y spiritual beggars....
||Date: September 3, 2002 at 23:28|
|WHAT A PUMMELING SLAB OF DEATH METAL THIS IS. PICKED UP THE REISSUE AFTER OWNING THE ORIGINAL A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO. IT'S ALWAYS GREAT WHEN YOU REVISIT A DISC YEARS LATER & IT STILL MANAGES TO RIP YOUR HEAD OFF FROM THE FIRST GUITAR LICK.THIS IS A MUST OWN FOR ANY FANS OF BOTH HEAVY METAL & DEATH METAL. DO YOU EARS A FAVOR & PICK THIS UP THEY'LL THANK YOU. WIHTOUT CARCASS THERE WOULD BE NO BANDS LIKE ARCH ENEMY, MESHUGGAH & IN FLAMES. THEY WERE WHAT METALLICA WAS TO THRASH METAL. THANK GOD?
||Date: March 27, 2003 at 11:56|
|Purely the masterpiece of extreme metal! Every metal fan likes this one! No wonder the band broke up, cause the had achieved everything in metal music!
||Date: April 20, 2003 at 5:54|
|A slightly mellowed Carcass released this followup to Necrotism. Album is quite heavy, but is much more structured than Necrotism. Fans of older Carcass material may not enjoy this album as much. Album is highly recommended as it is one of the better Death Metal releases of the nineties.
|From: shawn lindsey
||Date: July 11, 2003 at 14:06|
|wow........i remember hearing this and saying"this is carcass's new one?". man, they really took a different path on this one, but man, its still the most godly album ive heard in quite some time.no gore here......just great death metal!still carcass like, yet unlike anything that came before it.the music is so well thought out and structured. i can only think of a few albums better than this one in the entire 90's. carcass proves you can still change and at the same time not change
||Date: May 11, 2005 at 11:46|
|a lot of people thought they sold out with this one,but I really liked it when it came out.To me kinda a cross between Slayer and Metallica.
||Date: May 12, 2005 at 10:49|
|I'm with you Metalhead66, I actually prefer this one to their early works. Anyone who labels this as "commercial" needs to have their head examined! This CD is freakin' HEAVY! There is nothing "mellow" about it.
|From: Queen Diamond
||Date: July 16, 2005 at 1:58|
|I fucking love this album So brutal, and I love the Vocalist
|From: juan carlos
||Date: September 4, 2007 at 1:25|
|Pinceladas del antiguo Carcass pero esto es mas Heavy/Thrash que Grindcore, cierto que ya no son los Carcass de antaño pero si te gusta el "Necroticism" tanto como a mí y te va el Heavy/Ritmos pesados pues esto te va a caer de perillas. Me gustaron siempre las tres voces(asesinas todas) cosa que acá ya no existe, solo la voz de Walker nada mal por cierto. "Embodiment" "Buried Dreams" "This Mortal Coil" "Arbeit Macht Fleisch"(estos dos últimos con buenos cambios a lo Kreator) los mejores. 8/10
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 3, 2013 at 23:21|
|This album marked a now and then in Carcass...they went a bit commercial but without disconnecting at all to its raw roots IMO..."Heartwork" is a killer song by all means!!!...then "No Love Lost","Buried Dreams","Embodied" and so on...recommended...90/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 6, 2014 at 23:27|
|Around this time, the major labels were starting to take notice of death metal, with Carcass, Napalm Death, Morbid Angel and Entombed all signing big deals (for them at least), and releasing albums that were a bit more streamlined and conventional, a bit less extreme (relatively speaking). So here's Carcass's "sellout album," and personally, I think it's fuckin' great! I never liked grindcore in general, or the band's medicial-dictionary phase in particular, so to me, Heartwork has it all over early albums because the band has written actual songs. They, like the other bands I mentioned, grew up, and started concentrating on writing material that was actually good, rather than just trying to be as extreme as possible. Watching Headbanger's Ball in late '93, early '94 was pretty trippy, as Carcass, Entombed, Morbid Angel, Death and Sepultura all had VERY heavy songs getting airplay alongside the likes of Bush-era Anthrax, Alice In Chains, White Zombie, and the occasional moldy-oldie fro
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: January 6, 2014 at 23:30|
|... from Priest or Maiden. The music never caught on in a big way, as the casual metal fans and general public weren't ready for this stuff yet, and those bands soon went back to the underground. The Ball itself became a rerun-heavy wasteland in its last year, featuring the likes of Nine Inch Nails, House of Pain and Offspring, before being unceremoniously canceled in early '95. Interestingly, when it was resurrected in 2003, it featured a ton of bands directly inspired by bands like Morbid Angel and Carcass, the Heartwork album in particular.
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