Former CARCASS Frontman To Perform At CHUCK SCHULDINER Tribute Concert

Former CARCASS frontman Jeff Walker will perform with TO SEPARATE THE FLESH FROM THE BONES, the Finnish grindcore band featuring Herr Arschstein (Pasi Koskinen, ex-AMORPHIS), Rot Wailer (Niclas Etelavuori, AMORPHIS) and Pus Sypope (Gas, H.I.M.), at the "The Fragile Art of Existence - Tribute to Chuck Schuldiner" benefit concert at Klubi in Tampere, Finland on Saturday, December 18. Also scheduled to appear are DIABLO (who are organizing the event), SARA (Finnish singing metal band) and OMNIUM GATHERUM. The presenters are TIMO RAUTIAINEN & TRIO NISKALAUKAUS guitarists Jarkko Petosalmi and Jari Huttunen. Tickets are only 10 euros (via Swamp Music) and all proceeds will go to charity.

Walker recently recorded a guest appearance on TO SEPARATE THE FLESH FROM THE BONES' full-length debut, "Utopia Sadistica", out now in Finland on Spikefarm Records (a subisidiary of Spinefarm). A wider European release is scheduled for January 17, 2005.

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza)


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