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Autopsy Streaming New Song "The Howling Dead"

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U.S. death metal outfit Autopsy (recently covered in our Sunday Old School column) has teamed up with Noisey to launch a brand new track, "The Howling Dead," from the band's upcoming seventh studio album, "Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves." Give it a listen below.

"Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves" can be pre-ordered now via the Peaceville webstore here. The band also comments:

"TOURNIQUETS TIGHTEN....HACKSAWS RIP.....GRAVES ARE FILLED.....THIS IS AUTOPSY, THIS IS DEATH METAL.... With the stench of 'The Headless Ritual' still permeating the befouled air, Autopsy has once again come for your very metal soul with their newest blood soaked homage to all things dark, twisted and horrific, once again bone crushingly heavy nightmares await. 'Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves' will awaken the most depraved part of the coldest zombie's stare. Blood will flow, brains will be destroyed, coffin lids will be opened..."

The album was recorded at Fantasy Studios with producer Adam Munoz and sees a continuation of Autopsy's pursuit of the ultimate in metallic horror and extremity, featuring the longstanding combo of Eric Cutler and Danny Coralles on guitars, Joe Trevisano on bass, and Chris Reifert on drums/vocals. The track listing is as follows:

1. Savagery
2. King of Flesh Ripped
3. Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves
4. The Howling Dead
5. After The Cutting
6. Forever Hungry
7. Teeth of The Shadow Horde
8. All Shall Bleed
9. Deep Crimson Dreaming
10. Parasitic Eye
11. Burial
12. Autopsy

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