Having already been announced for Download Festival 2020, Carcass are now set to carve up the rest of the country during a selection of sideshows announced today.
Their first sideshow has been slated for Hobart on March 24. This is followed by Brisbane on March 25 and Adelaide on March 26.
They finish their Australian run in Perth on March 28, where they are headlining Slayfest.
Carcass have spent over 30 years developing and crafting their sound to what it is today, releasing several classic albums in that time and changing the trajectory of extreme metal with each consecutive release.
Whether it was inventing gore-grind (‘Reek of Putrefaction’ and ‘Symphonies of Sickness’) or creating the template for melodic death metal (‘Heartwork’), Carcass have always made records by which bars were set and rules were broken.
The hugely anticipated comeback album ‘Surgical Steel’ rose to the occasion and gave fans an album that held up to their classic repertoire and delivered another milestone, with every era of the band represented.