Fit For An Autopsy
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In December of 2015, three bands with three different stylistic approaches to aggressive music but a common outlook on the world, came together to create a collective piece of work - "The Depression Sessions."
Those three bands were Thy Art Is Murder, The Acacia Strain, and Fit For An Autopsy, and on August 12th, Nuclear Blast Entertainment will release the results of this experience both digitally and on limited edition vinyl.
Today, the first trailer with the band members talking about the making of this release can be seen below.
"The Depression Sessions" was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Will Putney. All the bands tracked in December 2015 at Graphic Nature Audio in Belleville, NJ. Cover art was created by Dan Bradley with a layout by Forefathers. More...
Thy Art Is Murder today premieres a new song entitled "They Will Know Another", taken from the upcoming three-way split release "The Depression Sessions" with The Acacia Strain and Fit For An Autopsy, "The Depression Sessions".
Each band contributes a cover and an original song to the release. The effort will be out in stores August 12 on digital and vinyl formats through Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
Check out now "They Will Know Another" below.
"The Depression Sessions" tracklist: More...
I took the Metra to the CTA Blue Line since I didn't want to pay for both gas and city parking. Besides, mass transit probably caused more damage to my hearing over the years that heavy metal ever did. On the way down to the city, the train conductor asked if I was in high school as he was offering student discounts and I looked like I could be a teenager. I'm 28. That's the downside of shaving my beard off every spring and staying clean shaven all the way through the summer until late autumn. With it, I look 16. Without it I look 45. I simply cannot win.
The venue is located in Wicker Park, which is the Hipster capital of Chicago thanks in no small part to the Subterranean being located right next to the Double Door. If there was any further proof that the hipster generation is a bunch of aging fossils, the Subterranean had a flier for an upcoming nu metal DJ night with a picture of Fred Durst. When your generation is old enough to get nostalgic and start looking backwards instead of to the future, they're officially as pathetic as retired hippies still pining away for the 60s. More...
Fit For An Autopsy premieres a new music video for the track "Hollow Shell", taken from the band's latest release "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell". The band is currently on tour with Unearth, Ringworm and Culture Killer and will follow it with "The Coffin Dragger Tour" with Thy Art Is Murder and Rings Of Saturn.
Check out now "Hollow Shell" below.
Rings Of Saturn has been announced as one of the acts set to participate in The Coffin Dragger Tour with Fit For An Autopsy, Dark Sermon, and headliners Thy Art Is Murder.
This impending massive trek is set to consume most of April and May with nearly forty tour dates confirmed across the country.
The tour begins in Tucson, Arizona on April 6th and snakes its way eastward, hitting as many cities as possible through the final show May 19th in Worcester, Massachusetts. Tickets for The Coffin Dragger Tour go on sale Friday, February 26th at 10am (local time). More...
Fit For An Autopsy is streaming new LP "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell" in full today ahead of it's imminent release tomorrow.
Hear all the tracks below for the album drops October 2, 2015 via eOne Music / Good Fight Music. The track listing for the album is as follows:
1. Absolute Hope Absolute Hell
4. Murder In The First
5. Storm Drains
6. Ghosts In The River
7. Mask Maker
8. Hollow Shell
9. Out To Sea
10. False Positive
11. Swing The Axe More...
Fit For An Autopsy has released a track titled "Murder In The First" ahead of the band's new LP release. Check it out below, courtesy of Metalsucks.net - your #1 source for knowing what the Kardashians are wearing today.
This is the third and final track the band will release before dropping "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell" on October 2, 2015. If you missed them, you can still hear the previous songs "Saltwound" as well as the title track.
Death metal/deathcore outfit Fit For An Autopsy premieres its brand new lyric video for another new track titled "Saltwound", taken from the forthcoming album "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell", which is set to drop October 2nd via eOne/Good Fight.
Check out now "Saltwound" below.
Fit For An Autopsy is set to release "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell" through eOne Music / Good Fight Music on October 2, 2015.
A music video for the title track recently came online and can be seen here, while the newly unveiled artwork and track listing are available below.
Fit For An Autopsy's Will Putney noted, "After listening to more music, and expanding our palette, we realized we are capable of making a more interesting metal record. We saw lots of bands doing the same thing over and over. We thought, 'We can expand on all of this in a way that is unique to us,' so we approached the new album with that mentality, to break the mold of what we saw and heard, and to go outside of the limits of our genre."
Guitarist Pat Sheridan concurred, saying, "From the first album 'The Process of Human Extermination' to 'Hellbound,' there is a big change in the feel, the tone, the songwriting and the ability to write a song. 'Hellbound' was great, but we want to grow musically as a band. When you start touring and seeing what other bands were doing and being introduced to new things, you realize you are supposed to write a new record that is totally different." More...
Death metal/deathcore outfit Fit For An Autopsy premieres its brand new music video for the title track of the upcoming album "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell". Says guitarist/producer Will Putney about the new effort: "It's our new and fresh approach to aggressive music, not a half-hour of blast beats and breakdowns". The new album is set to drop October 2nd via eOne/Good Fight.
Check out now "Absolute Hope Absolute Hell" below.
Archspire is embarking on a new North American tour - the month long trek kicks off tonight in Albany, NY, and sees the band travel throughout the U.S. and Canada before concluding on June 9th in Ottawa.
The technical death metal outfit will play alongside Aborted, Fit For An Autopsy, and Dark Sermon. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below. Archspire is touring in support of new album, "The Lucid Collective," on these following dates: More...
Jersey metal outfit Fit For An Autopsy has announced a new batch of co-headlining tour dates with Aborted. Archspire and label-mates Dark Sermon are set to open the bill.
Fit For An Autopsy is also putting the finishing touches on an all new, yet-to-be titled LP due out later this year. "The new album is a bit of a step in a new direction for the band," says guitarist Pat Sheridan. "It feels really intense."
The band will set up camp at The Machine Shop in New Jersey with guitar player and renowned producer Will Putney at the helm. The new effort will be the follow "Hellbound," released in 2013. The biggest change since then has been the band's vocalist: after the departure of Nate Johnson earlier last year, Greg Wilburn (Oblige) briefly filled in so the band could carry out touring plans. Just before the band entered The Machine Shop, Fit For An Autopsy brought in Joe Badolato (Diamond Cutter) as the brand new full-time vocalist.
"We found Joe at a perfect time," says guitarist Will Putney. "We had just come off months of touring with a vocalist we knew wasn't built to handle the lifestyle and stresses that come with being in a full-time band." Badolato's first show with the band was at The Brooklyn Asylum in Brooklyn, NY. More...
The New Jersey metal heavyweights from Fit For An Autopsy have wrapped up production on a yet-to-be titled LP due out later this year via eOne Music / Good Fight Music.
"The new album is a bit of a step in a new direction for the band," says guitarist Pat Sheridan. "You'll hear a lot of new influences in our sound and a real creative move towards other genres we have never experimented with until now. It's dark, sad and aggressive all at once and we're really happy with the vibe. It's also a very literal and real record and in more of a first person view of the world than we've ever done, and it feels really intense."
The band set up camp at The Machine Shop in New Jersey with guitar player and renowned producer Will Putney at the helm. The new effort will be the follow-up to "Hellbound," released in 2013.
The biggest change since then has been the band's vocalist. After the departure of Nate Johnson earlier last year, Greg Wilburn (Oblige) briefly filled in so the band could carry out touring plans. Just before the band entered The Machine Shop, Joe Badolato (Diamond Cutter) was brought in as the brand new full-time vocalist.
"We found Joe at a perfect time," says guitarist Will Putney. "We had just come off months of touring with a vocalist we knew wasn't built to handle the lifestyle and stresses that come with being in a full-time band."
Badolato's first show with the band was at The Brooklyn Asylum in Brooklyn, NY before gearing up to head out west to start a tour supporting Suicide Silence alongside label-mates Within The Ruins.
Putney concludes, "Joe is an extremely humble and down to earth dude and is a killer singer. Bringing him into Fit For An Autopsy has elevated the band to a really cool creative spot, and we're excited about the future with him as our frontman."
Havok vocalist/guitarist David Sanchez has broken his wrist and the band will be forced to miss several dates on the current tour with Crowbar, Revocation, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed for Apocalypse.
The band will rejoin the tour in California in early October with Revocation's Dan Gargiulo will be filling on guitar while Sanchez returns on vocals.
Here's more in Sanchez's own words:
While hiking in Boulder, Colorado, I took a pretty nasty fall and ended up shattering my left wrist. Since I'm currently unable to play guitar, our friend Dan Gargiulo from Revocation has offered his 6-string services and will be laying down the riffage for the rest of our stint in the USA. I will still be doing vocals on the remainder of the upcoming shows and I cannot wait to get back on the road!
I'd like to apologize to anyone that was looking forward to seeing HAVOK in these coming days. We will definitely make it up to you. In times like these, one must remember the ancient American proverb, "Shit happens." See you on the road!!
One last thing! Here is some good news for a change. Pete's mom is making a full recovery from her recent accident and that means Pete Webber will be back behind the kit rejoining the tour in California. We want to thank Marshall Wieczorek from Wretched for stepping in on drums and doing an awesome job on such short notice.
The latest Havok tour dates are as follows:
"Symmetry in Black" tour dates feat. HAVOK w/ CROWBAR, REVOCATION, FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY, ARMED FOR APOCALYPSE
Oct. 2 - San Francisco, CA - DNA Lounge
Oct. 3 - Santa Ana, CA - Observatory
Oct. 4 - Los Angeles, CA - Los Globos
Oct. 5 - Tempe, AZ - Club Red
Oct. 6 - Albuquerque, NM - Launchpad
Oct. 8 - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey
Oct. 9 - Austin, TX - Mohawk
Oct. 10 - Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's
HAVOK live in Mexico
Oct. 11 - Ciudad Juarez - Hysteria Bar
Oct. 12 - Chihuahua - Club Bolivar
Oct. 16 - Durango - Fir
Oct. 17 - Monterrey - Morfos Bar
Oct. 18 - Mexico DF - Eyescream Metal Festival
Oct. 19 - San Luis Potosi - Bunker Bar
Oct. 23 - Queretaro - Black Flag
Oct. 24 - Aguascalientes - Seven Sins
Oct. 25 - Mexico DF - Hell & Heaven
Fit For An Autopsy has been out on a North American tour, but unfortunately will not be taking part in the Canadian dates. The band comments:
"Unfortunately Fit For An Autopsy has been turned away at the Canadian border. We tried our best, after getting turned away last night, by coming back today to speak to someone who could 'help.'
"Only to be turned away again. Sorry to all our friends and fan who made plans to see us, we hope to figure out a way to be back soon." More...
As the mammoth lineup of audio obliteration continues to expand, the organizers of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival are pleased to bring Massachusetts metalcore merchants/NEM&HF alumni, Unearth, as well as German psychedelic space rock perpetrators, Kadavar, to the stages!
Additionally, the sorcerers behind the NEM&HF are eager to officially welcome the first annual Best In Brutality Tour to its maniacal three-day ambush. The punishing five-band tour package will level Worcester on Thursday, April 17th and features the co-headlining assault of esteemed deathcore brutalizers, Oceano, and legendary death metal titans, Broken Hope, alongside the combined sonic destruction of Fallujah, Rivers Of Nihil, and Kublai Khan.
Celebrating its sixteenth anniversary, the iconic New England Metal & Hardcore Festival will commence on April 17th and run through April 19th. The currently announced lineup is as follows: More...
The latest round of additions to the continually-expanding lineup for 2014's installment of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival has been disclosed, including Massachusetts' own '90s hardcore punk act, Sam Black Church.
Confirmed as one of the main headliners of the event's third night, Saturday, April 19th, Sam Black Church's set at NEMHF 2014 will mark only the third performance since the group initially disbanded at the turn of the century, and first in Central Massachusetts since the late '90s.
Stated the band upon being asked to take part in the massive event this Spring: "It is amazing what the man we used to know as Ogre has done with the New England Metalfest! We are fucking excited to be a part of it once again!"
The organizers of the fest comment: "Formed in Boston, in June of 1988 by Jesse "Jet" Crandall (vocals), Ben Crandall (guitar), Richard G. Lewis (bass), and J.R. Roach (drums), Sam Black Church was known for their energetic live performances, playing a frenetic blend of hardcore, metal, and thrash. Over the years sharing bills with bands as diverse as Bad Brains, Clutch, Motörhead, Cro-Mags, Fear, and Helmet, they were one of the most popular hardcore bands in the Northeast United States during the 1990s. After releasing three full-lengths on Taang! Records, they left to join Wonderdrug where they remained until they retired in 2000 after releasing a total of seven albums. Since disbanding, Sam Black Church reunited for a sold-out show on September 22, 2007, at The Roxy in Boston, and played a another sold-out performance at Hometown Throwdown #16 with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones at House of Blues in Boston on December 29th, 2013. A documentary of their career by Duncan Wilder Johnson entitled Leave Behind a Groove in the Earth is scheduled for release in 2014."
Also now confirmed to invade this year's festival are Oceano, Scars of Tomorrow, The Last Ten Seconds of Life, InDirections, and Julius Seizure on Thursday, April 17th, and Reflections on Friday, April 18th. The setup for Saturday, April 19th has also been lengthened with Texas In July, Obey The Brave and the aforementioned Sam Black Church performance. The currently announced lineup is as follows: More...
The New England Metal & Hardcore Festival is pleased to officially welcome The Metal Alliance Tour to its already punishing three-day assault.
The illustrious tour package will make a stop in Worcester on Saturday April 18th and features headliners Behemoth, alongside Metal Blade labelmates Goatwhore, with additional support from 1349, Inquisition, and Black Crown Initiate.
Celebrating its sixteenth anniversary, this year's edition of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival will take place on April 17th, 18th, and 19th. The currently announced lineup is as follows (not the final running order): More...
The lineup of this year's New England Metal & Hardcore Festival continues to expand with the newest additions of: 1349, Battlecross, Black Crown Initiate, Carnifex, Erra, Fallujah, Goatwhore, I Declare War, Inquisition, Rivers of Nihil, Sworn In, Broken Hope and The Acacia Strain.
Slated to take place April 17th, 18th, and 19th, the sixteenth edition of the iconic two-staged event takes place at the Worcester Palladium. Tickets for the festival are on sale now and available for purchase at this location. The currently confirmed lineup is as follows:
1349, The Acacia Strain, All Out War, All That Remains, Alpha & Omega, Barrier, Battlecross, Bent Life, Bleeding Through "Final East Coast Appearance," Black Crown Initiate, Born Low, Broken Hope, Carnifax, Colin of Arabia, Counterparts, Cruel Hand, Discourse, Emmure, Erra, Fallujah, Fire and Ice, Fit For An Autopsy, Gideon, Goatwhore, Harm's Way, I Declare War, Iced Earth, InDirections, Inquisition, King Nine, Kublai Khan, Lionheart, Loyal To The Grave, Malfunction, Nails, Naysayer, Nile, Ramallah, Reign Supreme, Revamp, Rivers Of Nihil, Sabaton, Scale The Summit, Scars of Tomorrow, Slapshot, Suburban Scum, Sworn In, Sylar, The Mongoloids, Thy Art Is Murder, Twitching Tongues, Warhound, Whitechapel, Will To Die, Within The Ruins.
Fit For An Autopsy has checked in with the following update about missing a show tonight due to vocalist Nate Johnson being ill:
"Over the course of the past 2 1/2 weeks Nate Johnson has been battling an upper respiratory infection that has turned into bronchitis causing us to have to miss our show in Louisville Kentucky tonight. We regret not being able to play but it is in Nate's best interest to get some rest.
"So please come out and see us in February with Chimera and don't forget to go out tonight to the show and support all the other bands on the Hate Across America tour. We will see you guys soon." More...