Ex-CARCASS Frontman JEFF WALKER: New Video Interview Available

A 25-minute video interview with former CARCASS frontman and current BRUJERIA bassist Jeff Walker conducted by Romania's Metal Act webzine has been posted online. Watch the footage below. Read the text version of the interview at this location.

Walker released a solo album, entitled "Welcome to Carcass Cuntry", in May 2006. The CD, which consists exclusively of country and blues covers, includes tracks from such artists as SKEETER DAVIS, HANK WILLIAMS, JOHNNY CASH, CONNIE SMITH, and JOHN DENVER — albeit with a metallic spin.

A full-length MP3 of the song "You're Still on My Mind" is available download at this location.

"Welcome to Carcass Cuntry" includes contributions from H.I.M. drummer Gas, H.I.M. frontman Ville Valo (bass/backing vocals), former CARCASS guitarist/FIREBIRD frontman Bill Steer (lead guitar, harmonica, slide guitar, vocals), AMORPHIS guitarists Esa Holopainen and Tomi Koivusaari (guitars), keyboardist Santeri Kallio (keyboards) and bassist Niclas Etelävuori (bass), ex-FAITH NO MORE bassist Billy Gould, and former CARCASS drummer Ken Owen.

"I like the irony of me doing a solo album and being the most untalented person on the album," Walker joked. "I could play the instruments half-assed, but I think it's better to recognize your own failings and get someone else in who could do it better."


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