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March 2nd, 2011 by

King Carcass

 

King Carcass was a Philly band from the late 80’s early 90’s to describe them I’m going to cheat since my copy of the album Blind had a press pack. This review was from the City Paper writer Frank Blank from 1990.
King Carcass: High volume nasty noise at full industrial strength levels. In creating a hellacious atmosphere, the moaning guitars and crashing rhythm section suck the listener into King Carcass’ own rumbling world.

I’m not sure who this review was by:
King Carcass consists of Neil on bass, Steve on guitar, Steve on drums and Chris on guitar. The band achieves their sound working with a variety of guitar tunings and a bit of distortion.

I’ve gathered as far as I can tell their whole discography here: a demo tape, first album Blind, a 7″ and the second album Other Minds Other Species.

Audio files

 
01 – Mercury
02 – Bells
03 – Throw Myself
 
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A1 – Hoof
A2 – Freefall
A3 – Throwmyself
B1 – Sink And Desist
B2 – Drug Alleys
B3 – Heisenberg
B4 – Opaquedenial
 
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A – Unbounded Coil
B – Strange Desire
 
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Suture
Halfway up a Ladder
Erosion
Camel
Birds and Flowers
For Those of You
Tuscaroro
Minut Ka
Devices
 
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