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Autopsy Premieres Title Track Of Upcoming New Album "Puncturing The Grotesque"

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U.S. death metal pioneers of Autopsy premiere the title track of their upcoming new album "Puncturing The Grotesque", which will be out in stores December 15 via Peaceville on CD, LP and digitally. "Puncturing The Grotesque" was recorded at Earhammer Studios, in Oakland, California with engineering and co-production duties carried out by Greg Wilkinson. The cover artwork comes courtesy of Dennis Dread (Darkthrone, Abscess).

Check out now "Puncturing The Grotesque" below.

Comments Chris Reifert of the thirtieth anniversary of Autopsy:

"Thirty years of Autopsy... how the hell did that happen? Seems like just yesterday but somehow a million years ago that a couple of degenerate teenagers formed this beast that still lumbers and lurches around the confines of the studio and the expanse of the world itself. It's hard for us to believe too. Just don't think we're letting you out of the audio noose yet... we still have some of our sickest tricks up our sleeves for your horrific pleasure!"

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1. I'm not Jesus Christ writes:

f*** yeah!

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2. albert fucks young titsy nuns writes:

alredy seen 1000 bands like this'

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