Autopsy have been in the studio brewing up their new death metal offering to the masses and the details about the follow-up to Macabre Eternal have now been revealed. Their sixth studio opus of horror titled The Headless Ritual is coming on Peaceville Records on June 24th (July 2nd in the US). Check out the cover art and tracklist below.
A few days ago, it was announced that Hate's bassist Mortifer had passed away and at the time the band had no idea what had caused his sudden passing. In a new update, the Polish group has now revealed what the autopsy determined as the cause of Sławomir "Mortifer" Archangielskij's death: heart rhythm disturbances. The bassist also suffered from asthma and had obstructive sleep apnea.
Autopsy are preparing to record their sixth studio album, which is due for release on Peaceville Records in mid 2013. The death metallers promise that the new material will be heavy, dark and devastating. The artist Joe Petagno is handling the cover artwork.
British extreme metal label Ukem Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with death metal solo act Foul Body Autopsy: "Ukem Records are extremely proud to announce that we have teamed up with one man killing machine Foul Body Autopsy to officially release and distribute the band's forthcoming debut full-length album."
British deathcore act Annotations Of An Autopsy has issued the following statement about going on hiatus for an indefinite period: "So in case you don't know, we are now officially on hiatus, we have a few festival dates later this year that we will still be playing and 2 local shows but we will not be touring or releasing music for a while now, thanks for all your support and for making the last tour so good!"
"Mauled To Death", a re-recorded song from US death metallers Autopsy is now streaming online at Pitchfork. The song is featured on the band's new compilation of re-mastered classics and rarities entitled All Tomorrow's Funerals, released on February 20th via Peaceville Records. All Tomorrow's Funerals contains re-mastered versions of all Autopsy's past EP's from Retribution For The Dead to The Tomb Within, plus four new tracks.
US death metallers Autopsy have revealed the following update:
"Greetings Sicko's, we go into the studio at the end of October to record 3 new songs. It will be a taste of the new album that will soon follow. The 3 new songs will be released on a special release by Peaceville Records. It will also include all the EP's (Tomb Within, Fiend For Blood, Retribution For The Dead, Horrific Obsseion 7", and Funereality) that are out of print. A jackhammer to your skull."
Macabre Eternal, the first Autopsy full-length in sixteen years, will be released on May 30th in Europe and a day later in North America through Peaceville Records.
The album was recorded earlier this year at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California with producer Adam Munoz. A special vinyl edition of the effort will precede the digital versions exclusively through the Peaceville webstore on May 16th.
Resurrected US gore legends Autopsy will enter Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California in early February with producer Adam Munoz to begin recording their new album, Macabre Eternal, for a spring release via Peaceville Records.
We are only a few days away from the release of The Tomb Within, the new EP from US gore legends Autopsy. Head over to the Autopsy audio player at this location to check out new audio samples from all five tracks from The Tomb Within. The following site also features the new promo trailer for the EP, showing the band at work in the studio.
As previously reported, The Tomb Within was recorded mid-July 2010 at Fantasy Studios with Adam Munoz, and sees the original trio of Chris Reifert, Danny Coralles & Eric Cutler joined on bass by Joe Trevisano (ex-Abscess).
The Tomb Within consists of 5 new tunes of gore & depravity and will be released on September 13th through Peaceville Records on CD & 12" vinyl, with general release set for 27th September.
West Coast gore legends, Autopsy, have completed the recording of their first tracks since officially reforming last year. The Tomb Within EP was recorded in mid-July 2010 at Fantasy Studios with Adam Munoz. The Tomb Within unites the original trio of Chris Reifert, Danny Coralles, and Eric Cutler, joined on bass by Joe Trevisano (ex-Abscess).
The new EP - the band's first in over a decade - consists of five new tunes of gore and depravity, and will be released on CD and 12" vinyl on September 13th through the Peaceville Records webstore, with a general release set for later this fall. Cover art is supplied by renowned fantasy/horror artist Matt Cavotta.
UK metallers Annotations Of An Autopsy have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
"Sam decided to leave after te tour to follow home life with is girlfriend and loved ones, his heart wasnt into touring anymore so he made the decision to leave, we left on good terms and we wish that ugly prick the best of luck (Hate you Sam you burger loving fatty).
We parted ways with Brad recently do to a number of reasons, the main one being distance as he lived over 100 miles away from the rest of us and it made it very difficult for us to rehurse, that coupled with disagreements with certain band members made make the decision to part ways with him, He is currently looking for a new band within the london area and trying to go further with his MMA. You can reach him on his facebook if youre intrested in him drumming for you, just search Brad Merry.
After 16 years of delivering punishing, extreme heavy metal, California's Abscess has decided to call it quits. The band's sixth and final studio album, Dawn of Inhumanity, was released in March on Peaceville Records.
Abscess drummer/vocalist, Chris Reifert (ex-Death, Autopsy), issued the following statement: "We need to inform you that Abscess has officially broken up. The reason for this is that Clint Bower (session Autopsy bassist) has left the band for personal reasons, and out of respect to him and to all who have supported us for these 16 years, we have decided to call it a day. Without Clint Bower, there can be no Abscess, so we won't even try to cheat anyone with something that is not the real thing. Dawn of Inhumanity has become our final statement, and we feel that it is the perfect way to close the Abscess chapter, since we must do so. Thanks to all of you who were and still are proud to call yourselves Abscess Freaks!"