1990. Dark Recollections
is the only album by the cult death metal band, Carnage, released in 1990. It was originally released as a split CD with Cadaver’s debut album Hallucinating Anxiety on the Earache Records sublabel Necrosis. Some of the songs were later re-recorded by Dismember. Dark Recollections is the only album released by Carnage, the band had broken up by the time the album hit the streets. It was later re-issued by Earache Records with 8 additional tracks, taken from the The Day Man Lost demo and the Infestation of Evil demo.
Carnage was founded at the end of 1988 by Michael Amott and Johan Liiva. They released two-widely traded demos The Day Man Lost and Infestation of Evil in 1989. Plagued by lineup changes,
artwork by Dan Seagrave
Michael Amott went on to join Carcass, and later formed Arch Enemy (with Johan Liiva) and Spiritual Beggars. Matti Kärki, David Blomqvist, and Fred Estby went on to reform Dismember.
Michael Amott Matti Karki Fred Estby David Blomqvist Johnny Dordevic