#1
Hey dudes and dudettes!

I've been listening to alot of Carcass lately \,,/

But I got a question. What style is Carcass really?
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#2
Grind in first two albums, death metal in Necroticism, melodeath in last two albums.
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#3
Used to be straight grindcore.
Now, people could still argue that they are grindcore, but I would put them more in the deathgrind camp.
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#4
they land somewhere between grind-core and death metal, depending on the Album you're currently listening to.

--I call them "Cookie-Monster metal"
#5
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Grind in first two albums, death metal in Necroticism, melodeath in last two albums.


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they land somewhere between grind-core and death metal, depending on the Album you're currently listening to.

--I call them "Cookie-Monster metal"

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