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New Carcass song featured on 'Hell Is Here' sampler
"Captive Bolt Pistol", a brand new song from reactivated British extreme metal pioneers Carcass, is featured on "Hell Is Here", a sampler from the organizers of Germany's Party.San Metal Open Air festival. The track, which can be streamed in the YouTube clip below, comes off the band's comeback album, "Surgical Steel"., which is due in the fall via Nuclear Blast Records. The Cd was mixed by Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Accept, Exodus, Arch Enemy) after the project's producer, Colin Richardson (Fear Factory, Machine Head, Napalm Death, Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine), quit the project two weeks into the mixing process. During a March 2013 concert at the Underworld in London, Carcass bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker claimed that Richardson walked away from the mix in order to work on the new Trivium album.

Joining guitarist Bill Steer and Walker in Carcass' current incarnation are Wilding and guitarist Ben Ash (Pig Iron, Desolation, Liquefied Skeleton).

Carcass' first studio Lp since 1996's "Swansong" will feature guest vocals from original sticksman Ken Owen.

In a recent interview with Chile's Radio Futuro, Walker stated about the new Carcass Cd: "We think we've made a good album, so it's gonna be very interesting when people get to hear the record. We can't wait to see what people think."

He continued: "It sounds like Carcass. Even the drumming sounds like Carcass. Everything about it… I think it's gonna shock people, how good it is. I think it's got all the elements that people like, yet it still sounds fresh. So that's all I can say, really, 'cause we don't really sound like any other band, and the fact that after 17 years, we wrote music and it still sounds like Carcass, I think it's good."

Guitarist Michael Amott and drummer Daniel Erlandsson, who had been touring with Carcass since the band's reunion was announced in 2007, are no longer involved with the group due to scheduling conflicts with their main band, Arch Enemy.

Carcass will support Amon Amarth on their upcoming European tour.