Carcass Have “Probably Close To 50 Minutes’ Worth Of Music” Demoed For Next Album

Carcass guitarist Bill Steer was recently interviewed by the WSOU radio station during the Decibel Metal & Beer Fest in Philadelphia, PA, and was asked if the band have been working on a follow-up to “Surgical Steel.” He responded with the following:

“I’ve sort of lost count of how many years have gone by since that last record, but I think it’s around five. And yeah, it feels long overdue that we tackle a new record. We did demo a bunch of stuff at Christmas — it was probably close to 50 minutes’ worth of music — but we’re not gonna stop; we’re gonna keep on writing so that we’ve got quite a lot of material and we can pick the best stuff for the album. So quite when it will be recorded definitively, I don’t know, but it will have to be this year. I mean, me and Dan [drummer Daniel Wilding] are going stir crazy, really — we’re so keen to do it.”

[via Blabbermouth]


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