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Carcass brought their British brand of deathgrind to the states, rocking hits like "Heartwork," "Captive Bolt Pistol" and "Buried Dreams." Don't miss your chance to see the band LIVE! Buy your Carcass tickets now!
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Carcass Concert Tickets

Carcass is one of the most extreme grindcore metal bands to come out of Liverpool, England. The band is widely regarded as pioneers of the deathgrind and grindcore genres, as well as one of the founding fathers of melodic death metal. Buy your Carcass tickets today and watch one of the legends of the death metal scene tear up the stage in concert.

When the band first formed in 1985, it was named Disattack and played mostly hardcore and punk rock songs. The group released its first demo in 1986 and switched its name to Carcass. The transition to a new name came with a new sound. Carcass began playing grindcore music, which progressed into the early stages of the death metal sound prevalent in the early 1990s. Carcass continued to evolve as artists and created a fusion of melodic death and heavy metal music.

In 1988, Carcass released its debut album, Reek of Putrefaction, which became a fan favorite in England. The band followed up that success with Symphonies of Sickness, which was released in 1989. Carcass released three more studio albums before breaking up in 1996. Carcass reunited to work on the 2013 release Surgical Steel.