07:20 - Apothecary In other news, this album is so addictive it should be a Schedule I drug [link]
07:12 - theFIST wormed are at willowtip, they toured with those 2
06:35 - Apothecary We'll just have to agree to disagree then, as much as I love both bands, I still consider Zeppelin and Deep Purple hard rock at the very most
06:34 - flightoficarus Big sale at Willowtip. Best band there besides Ulcerate and Gigan?
06:33 - Apothecary Doom/stoner/sludge has its roots in Sabbath, and power and speed/thrash in Priest. I'd say everything else was just bands taking those categories and then building upon them to create new ones
06:30 - deadone That doesn't preclude Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin being pioneers in heavy metal and as such considered part of the genre, even though they happily sit outside it sometimes.
06:28 - Apothecary You're probably right for NWOBHM, but I would say that was because they were mostly influenced by Priest, not Sabbath. I think those bands very much started two divergent roads in metal, but both were the unofficial "pioneers"
Autopsy are set to return with a double-bill of unbridled horror this year on Peaceville Records, including their latest new material since last year's highly acclaimed opus, Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves. The US death metal maestros will now unleash Skull Grinder, which will be released on vinyl to coincide with this year's Black Friday on November 27th (CD to follow in 2016). The new Autopsy stench-filled song you get to hear today is called "Waiting For The Screams" and is available below.
Autopsy have been prolific in terms of new releases in the last few years since they reformed and this year is no exception. The group is set to return with a double-bill of unbridled horror this year on Peaceville Records, including their latest new material since last year's acclaimed opus, Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves. Commencing with After The Cutting on November 13th, this is a special limited release containing an expansive book penned by Dennis Dread recounting the careers of the gore legends, featuring unseen photos and exclusive artwork, accompanied by four discs brimmed full of classics, new tracks and previously unheard rarities from the band's own archive. This will be followed by Skull Grinder, containing 7 new tracks (also featured on After The Cutting) and releasing on vinyl to coincide with this year's Black Friday on November 27th.
With two full-lengths released since 2011, US Deathcore act Fit For An Autopsy are ready to unleash its third album, Absolute Hope, Absolute Hell, on October 2nd through eOne Music and Good FIght Music. With Absolute Hope, Absolute Hell, Fit For An Autopsy changed the lyrical themes to a worldwide perspective, with a gruesome outcome to be heard. WIth more details to be announced, a short teaser is available, to the point and not for the faint of heart, and can be streamed on the band's official website.
In case you have been distracted, the death metal force that is Autopsy will release a new album less than a year after they released The Headless Ritual. The new offering has the title Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves. How about a new song from them? Yes, please! Here it is, the first song off this new beast to be unleashed is called "The Howling Dead" and it is ready for consumption though the Soundcloud player below. Is it tasty?
A new Autopsy album already? Yes, it's happening. And less than a year after the release of The Headless Ritual. The US death metal legends have completed work on their seventh studio album, to be titled Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves, and set to be unleashed on April 21st (April 29th in the US) through Peaceville Records. The juicy cover art is now available and you can feast your eyes on it here.
Bay Area death metal legends Autopsy have unleashed forth the first taste of their upcoming new album The Headless Ritual. "Arch Cadaver" will feature on the album, which is due to be released on June 24th in Europe and July 2nd in North America through Peaceville Records. This will be the second album to be released by the band since they reformed after a 15 year hiatus, following their 2010 comeback EP The Tomb Within, and their first full length in 16 years, Macabre Eternal which was released in 2011. The new song can be streamed on NPR.
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."