Reactivated British extreme metal legends CARCASS performed at this year's Gods Of Metal festival, which was held June 27-28, 2009 in Monza, Italy. Watch fan-filmed video footage of the concert below (courtesy of "ginmetal").
Italian news blog Musica Metal has uploaded more than fifty photos from the second day of the Gods Of Metal event. Pictures of SLIPKNOT, DREAM THEATER, CARCASS, TARJA, DOWN, MASTODON, CYNIC and many other bands can be viewed at this location.
CARCASS' reunion lineup:
Bill Steer (FIREBIRD) - Vocals, Guitar
Jeff Walker (BRUJERIA) - Vocals, Bass
Michael Amott (ARCH ENEMY) - Guitar
Daniel Erlandsson (ARCH ENEMY) - Drums
CARCASS guitarist Bill Steer recently hinted in the press that a new studio album from the band was a possibility. Revolver magazine contacted vocalist/bassist Jeff Walker for the scoop. I'm waiting for Bill to confirm it, just like you!" he said. "It's gone from 'No' to 'Maybe' to 'Never say never' — just spit it out, God damn it! We never wanted to be one of those bands that reformed, played again, and then [went on to be] totally lackluster and uninspired."
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