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For other people named Jeffrey Walker, see Jeffrey Walker (disambiguation).
Jeff Walker
Carcass by Christian Misje 03.jpg
Live at Hole in the Sky, Bergen Metal Fest 2008
Background information
Birth name Jeffrey Walker
Born (1969-03-25) 25 March 1969 (age 46)
Origin St Helens, England
Genres Death metal, grindcore, punk rock, country rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, bass guitar, guitar
Years active 1985–present
Associated acts Carcass, Brujería, Blackstar, Electro Hippies

Jeffrey Walker (born 25 March 1969) is a bass guitarist and vocalist from Windle, St Helens, UK. He is best known for his work with the death metal / grindcore band Carcass for which he is also the main lyricist. Before Carcass, he played in the punk band Electro Hippies. After the demise of Carcass, he went on to form Blackstar with two former Carcass bandmates. In some territories the band was called Blackstar Rising.

In addition, he made cover artwork for a few albums, including Scum by Napalm Death. He is also credited for the cover art to the cult Axegrinder album Rise of the Serpent Men. He also designed Diamanthian's (a Liverpool based death metal band) logo, as well as producing their debut album.

Whilst in Liverpool, Walker was well known amongst radical activists, especially for his work as a hunt saboteur.

Jeff along with Bill Steer ran the short-lived record label Necrosis, which was an imprint of Carcass' label Earache Records and that signed bands such as Norwegian group Cadaver and Repulsion from the USA. Jeff Walker also reputedly painted the cover of one of the editions of Repulsion's Horrified.[citation needed]

Walker also appeared in an episode of the science fiction comedy Red Dwarf. He performed as 'Gazza', a 'neo-Marxist nihilist anarchist', the bassist of the band 'Smeg and the Heads' in the 1989 episode "Timeslides" along with Carcass bandmate Bill Steer as the "whacked-out crazy hippy drummer" 'Dobbin'.

A solo album, Welcome to Carcass Cuntry, was released on 9 May 2006 on Fractured Transmitter Records under the moniker Jeff Walker Und Die Fluffers. The album consists of covers of country/blues songs with a metallic twist. Various guest appearances on the album including former bandmates Ken Owen and Bill Steer, as well as members of the band HIM.

Walker appeared as a guest singer on Napalm Death's The Code Is Red...Long Live the Code album, on the track "Pledge Yourself to You". He has also worked with This Is Menace, singing on the tracks "Onward Christian Soldiers" and "Pretty Girls" while also supplying vocals to Mnemic's "Psykorgasm". He has appeared live with the Finnish grindcore band To Separate The Flesh From The Bones.

He is currently touring with the reformed Carcass, who made an appearance at Wacken Open Air. His bandmate Bill Steer hinted in a recent interview[1] that a new Carcass album could be possible.


  1. ^ "Bill Steer interview for Voices from the Darkside". Voicesfromthedarkside.de. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 

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New York Post

New York Post
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 20:56:15 -0700

Jeffrey Walker, a St. John's University law professor and former military lawyer, said Bergdahl can plead for leniency because of reports of his hellish treatment as a Taliban captive for five years. “It wouldn't surprise me at all if what he ended up ...

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 22:26:15 -0700

It was unlikely that prosecutors would have sought a desertion charge that carried a possible death penalty after American lives and Taliban prisoners were exchanged to get Bergdahl back, said Jeffrey Walker, a St. John's University law professor ...


Mon, 16 Mar 2015 00:02:13 -0700

Some of the alleged crimes were committed with then-Narcotics Field Unit cop Jeffrey Walker, who was arrested in May 2013 in an FBI sting while he was trying to steal $15,000 from a drug dealer's home. Walker pleaded guilty last year to attempted ...

The Philadelphia Tribune

The Philadelphia Tribune
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:56:15 -0700

A seventh member of the group, Jeffrey Walker, who was also assigned to the Narcotics Field Unit, was arrested in May 2013 for attempting to steal $15,000 from a drug dealer who turned out to be part of an FBI sting operation. Walker pleaded guilty in ...
New York Times
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:07:05 -0700

The highlight of the 10-week case is expected to be several days of testimony from former colleague Jeffrey Walker, who has pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate. The defendants worked together at the drug squad from about 2000 until their arrests in ...


Tue, 17 Mar 2015 15:00:38 -0700

What's more, a onetime member of the narcotics unit - Jeffrey Walker - has pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and gun violations and is expected to testify against his former colleagues. Still, the removal of Cirigliano from the case appeared likely ...

Broadway World

Broadway World
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:04:22 -0700

Angela Lansbury has swooped into Washington in Noel Coward's sparkling comedy BLITHE SPIRIT and you owe it to yourself to see it. Seeing the legendary star of stage, film and television is reason enough to get to the National Theatre box office or ...


Fri, 06 Mar 2015 12:10:40 -0800

About a third of those cases involved former narcotics officer Jeffrey Walker, who has pleaded guilty to corruption charges and is expected to testify against the other six. In addition to Liciardello, they are Brian Reynolds, Michael Spicer, Perry ...

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