Bloodbath Unveil “Carved” Featuring Gorguts’ Luc Lemay


In anticipation of the release of their sixth studio album Survival of the Sickest, Bloodbath just unveiled the music video for their single “Carved.”

Featuring graphic descriptions of human experimentation and gore, the track features the kind of crushing death metal you’d expect from the Swedish death metal outfit. What sets this track apart, however, is the inclusion of the legendary talents of GorgutsLuc Lemay to add his to the track.

Co-produced by the band and Lawrence Mackrory at Rorysound Studios, the band describes their upcoming album as “Florida death metal exported by Sweden.”

Survival of the Sickest is also the band’s first release with their new guitarist Tomas “Plytet” Åkvik (Lik) in the fold. Along with Lemay’s contribution, the LP also features additional cameos from the likes of Napalm Death‘s Barney Greenway and Marc Grewe, of Morgoth.

Survival of the Sickest is currently available for preorder via Nuclear Blast Records and will be available in the following formats:

  • Digisleeve CD Edition
  • Digital Full Length Album
  • 1 Tape Edition – Brown Transparent with blue print – limited to 200, Napalm Records Shop exclusive
  • Wooden Box Edition (incl. Digisleeve, Mouse Trap, Album Cover Flag, Cover Patch) – limited to 500, Napalm Records Shop exclusive
  • 1LP SKY BLUE – limited to 300, Napalm Records Shop exclusive – SOLD OUT!
  • 1LP DARK GREEN – limited to 500, Napalm Records Shop exclusive
  • 1LP PICTURE VINYL – limited to 500, Napalm Records Shop exclusive

If you’re spending September in either Switzerland or Mexico, you can catch Bloodbath live at the following dates:

September 9 – CH – Hüttikon / Meh Suff!
September 24 – MX – Monterrey / Mexico Metal Fest

Bloodbath, “Survival Of The Sickest”

1. Zombie Inferno
2. Putrefying Corpse
3. Dead Parade
4. Malignant Maggot Therapy
5. Carved
6. Born Infernal
7. To Die
8. Affliction of Extinction
9. Tales of Melting Flesh
10. Environcide
11. No God Before Me

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