Body Count Debut Animated “Carnivore” Video; Reveal Album Cover

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Body Count, “one of the most important bands in punk rap-metal history” (Afropunk), recently announced the March 6 release of their seventh album, Carnivore (Century Media Records), have released the title track, showcasing the song with an animated video that highlights the album artwork:

The album cover, and animated visualizer, were created by Polish artist Zbigniew M. Bielak, who has also created illustrations to for Ghost, Mayhem, and Deicide. The Carnivore album artwork features an intricate map, and homage, to Body Count’s hometown of Los Angeles.
Additional information, and album pre-orders, will be released on Jan. 10. Body Count trek to Europe this Summer, with a number of festival and headlining dates already confirmed.
June 19 Clisson, France HellfestJune 21 Dessel, Belgium Graspop FestivalJune 22 Esch Alzette, Luxembourg RockhalJune 23 Tilburg, Netherlands 013June 24 Berlin, Germany TempodromJune 26 Verona, Italy Rock The Castle FestivalJune 27 Vienna, Austria Arena ViennaJune 27 Prague, Czech Republic RoxyJune 29 Oberhausen, Germany TurbinehalleJuly 1 Munich, Germany Tollwood FestivalJuly 2 Zurich, Switzerland Komplex 457July 3 Belfort, France, July 3 Eurockeenes De Belfort FestivalJuly 4 Saint Claire, France Beauregard Festival
Photo credit: Dirk Behlau

Body Count is Ice T (vocals), Ernie C. (guitar/backing vocals), Juan Garcia (guitar/backing vocals), Vincent Price (bass/backing vocals), Ill Will (drums) and Sean E. Sean (samples/backing vocals). The band, founded in 1990 by Ice T and Ernie C., made their live debut at the inaugural Lollapalooza tour (1991) and released their controversial, RIAA gold-certified self-titled debut the following year. Over the outfit’s nearly 30 year history they have sold 1 million albums and released six studio albums: Bloodlust (2017), Manslaughter (2014), Murder 4 Hire (2006), Violent Demise: The Last Days (1997), Born Dead (1994) and Body Count (1992).