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  1. Although 's excellent Heartwork opus had already served notice of Carcass' increasingly commercial new direction, much of the group's loyal contingent of fans still viewed 's Swansong album not as a natural progression but as a huge betrayal. One of the leading lights of the British grindcore movement, Carcass had made a name for themselves with their unrelenting sonic fury and 9/
  2. EARACHE RECORDS Swansong is the final studio album by the British extreme metal band Carcass. It was released in , that is after the official band split in This album was intended to be their major label debut, having been signed by Columb.
  3. The final track "Go to Hell" which ends Carcass's career in the studio has an ambiguous message which is either extremely pessimistic or actually liberating, depending on how you look at it: you can see it as resignation, wallowing in sin because redemption is impossible anyway; or rejecting conventional ideas about Heaven and Hell, turning them the two polarities into their direct opposites and going to Hell in as defiant a way .
  4. Swansong (Free 2 Song Sampler) () > Carcass discography (all) The Heartwork E.P. () Swansong (Free 2 Song Sampler) () > Go to Hell Carcass. Type: Single Release date: Catalog ID: MOSH CDB Label: Earache Records Format: CD Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Reviews; 1. Go to Hell (loading lyrics) 2. Emotional Flatline.
  5. CARCASS lyrics - "Swansong" () album, including "Go To Hell", "Don't Believe A Word", "R**k The Vote".
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cardboard Sleeve CD release of Swansong on Discogs/5(6).
  7. Lyrics to Go to Hell by Carcass from the Swansong album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. Carcass. Carcass are an extreme metal band from England, formed in and disbanded in A reunion was enacted in without one of its original members, drummer Ken Owen.

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