CARCASS Announces First-Ever South American Concert
Reactivated British extreme metal pioneers CARCASS have scheduled their first-ever South American date — November 8, 2008 at El Teatro De Flores in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Musica Metal has posted video footage of CARCASS performing the song "Reek of Putrefaction" at the Gods of Metal festival on June 28, 2008 in Bologna, Italy. Watch the clip below.
In February of 1999, CARCASS drummer Ken Owen suffered a near-fatal brain hemorrhage, leaving him in a coma for over 10 months. As a result, he is not taking part in CARCASS' current reunion run (ARCH ENEMY skinsman Daniel Erlandsson is filling in), but will reportedly be traveling with the band whenever possible and making brief appearances at select shows.
CARCASS' reunion lineup:
Bill Steer (FIREBIRD) - Vocals, Guitar
Jeff Walker (BRUJERIA) - Vocals, Bass
Michael Amott (ARCH ENEMY) - Guitar
Daniel Erlandsson (ARCH ENEMY) – Drums
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