Bill Steer from CARCASS talks Australian tour, The Black Dahlia Murder and New Music

Ferocious and uncompromising in their execution, CARCASS’s ability to intricately dissect the innards of death metal, and display them for us to sonically understand has been their point of excellence for well over three decades. Whether it was inventing gore-grind or creating the template for melodic death metal, CARCASS has always made records by which bars were set and rules were broken.

CARCASS is finally making their way back down under after their previous tour back in 2020 got shit canned due to ‘the thing that shall not be named’, this time bringing their buddies The Black Dahlia Murder and Australia’s own extreme metal exports Freedom Of Fear for a tour across Oz not to be missed!

The Everblack Podcast caught up with Bill Steer from CARCASS to talk about their much-anticipated return down under with The Black Dahlia Murder and Freedom Of Fear, the success of the band compared to when they started, his hopes for new material, upcoming side project and more!

Listen to the interview here: 

Since 2001, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have created a musical brute that embraces all the finest qualities of melodic death metal yet does not shackle them, giving them room to constantly evolve and grow. Consistently punishing with a searing visceral intensity, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER continues to inflict a cavalcade of riffs to the table, upping the stakes in technicality, melody, and sheer blunt force trauma.

Complimenting an already incredible line-up is Adelaide’s technical melodic death metal act FREEDOM OF FEAR. Since launching their debut album Nocturnal Gates in 2019, this highly talented five piece have earned their reputation as one of Australia’s tightest and most engaging live metal acts. With astonishing musical skill, FREEDOM OF FEAR will more than prove their worth in front of what is destined to be a string of tightly packed, sold-out shows!

April 2nd – Magnet House, Perth
April 4th – The Gov, Adelaide
April 5th – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne – LOW TICKETS!
April 6th – Manning Bar, Sydney – LOW TICKETS!
April 7th – Princess Theatre, Brisbane
April 10th – Meow, Wellington*
April 11th – Loons, Christchurch*
April 12th – Galatos, Auckland*
*Freedom Of Fear not appearing

Full tour and ticket details at