General Surgery is a Swedish goregrind group, known as one of the earliest Carcass clones. Their 1991 debut, Necrology, was released by Relapse Records and would be General Surgery’s only material released until 2001, when the group recorded one track for the Carcass tribute album, Requiems of Revulsion. However, in 2003, General Surgery reformed and released a split album with The County Medical Examiners, and have since released a collection of demos, two split 7″s, a 2005 demo, a split album with Butcher ABC, and two full-length albums.
Corpus in Extremis: Analysing Necrocriticism / 2009
2. Decedent Scarification Aesthetics
3. Restrained Remains
4. Final Excarnation
6. Exotoxic Septicity
7. Adnexal Mass
8. Virulent Corpus Dispersement
10. Idle Teratoma Core
11. Perfunctory Fleshless Precipitate
12. Plexus Necrosis
13. Unwitting Donor / Cadaver Exchange
14. Mortsafe Rupture
Corpus In Extremis: Analysing Necrocriticism is the second full length album by Swedish goregrind/death metal band General Surgery. It was released on March 12, 2009 through Listenable Records.
Left Hand Pathology / 2006
1. If These Walls Could Talk
2. Ambulance Chaser
4. Arterial Spray Obsession
6. The League of Extraordinary Grave Robbers
7. The Admirable Teachings of Burke & Hare
8. Capricious Provisional Cadaver Grater
10. Viva! Blunt Force Trauma
11. Cold Storage Fever
12. Mucopurulent Mayhem
13. Mortuary Wars
14. Convivial Corpse Disposal Methodology
Left Hand Pathology is a debut full-length album by Swedish goregrind/death metal band General Surgery after seventeen years forming. The title is a reference to the Entombed’s album Left Hand Path. The cover illustrations was taken from “De humani corporis fabrica” by Andreas Vesalius (Brussels, 1514-1564).
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