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Autopsy Enters The Studio To Record New Album "Macabre Eternal"

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San Francisco Bay Area gore grind act Autopsy has stepped back into Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA to begin recording the band's first full-length album since 1995’s "Shitfun." The new album will be entitled "Macabre Eternal," and the forthcoming record will be released in June 2011 on Peaceville Records.

Autopsy drummer/vocalist, Chris Reifert, states, “We've brewed up the sickest and heaviest material that our rotten souls could possibly spew forth, and we are confident that it's our best stuff yet. The EP was a taste of what's to come, but now it's time for the full assault from beyond the grave.”

He continues, “The album will contain no repeated EP tracks, no re-recorded old songs, no triggered trickery, and nothing less than the pure death metal brutality that Autopsy has always delivered."

The band has confirmed "Always About To Die," "Hand Of Darkness," "Spill My Blood," and "Bludgeoned And Brained" as a few of the titles which will be included in the new album. You can also catch Autopsy love in the following dates:

April 30th - Neurotic Death Fest - Tilburg, Holland
June 3rd - Chaos in Tejas Festival - Austin, Texas
July 1st, 2nd or 3rd (exact performance date TBA) - Roskilde Festival - Roskilde, Denmark
July 15th - Hammer Open Air Festival - Lieto, Finland

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