CARCASS' 'HEARTWORK': 10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT 1993 DEATH-METAL CLASSIC: From hash-harshened vocals to H.R. Giger's personal connection
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The early Nineties were a period of change for U.K. extreme-metal pioneers Carcass. First, they made the transition from gory grindcore to a still-gory technical death metal with 1991's Necroticism – Descanting the Insalubrious, the group's first release to feature guitarist Michael Amott, who had previously played in Swedish extremists Carnage. But the monumental transformation for Carcass came between Necroticism and their melodic death-metal masterpiece, 1993's Heartwork.