Tag: Fit For An Autopsy

Review: “In Absence” by Cathartic Demise

Embellished with cover art by Ioannis Vassilopoulas, the debut full length album from Kitchener, Ontario Progressive Thrash Metal quartet Cathartic Demise is the culmination of five years of working on their craft. Formed in 2017 by high school friends Angus Pike (drums) and Bennett Smith (guitar, vocals) who were joined by bassist Aaron Tanner and

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Albums of 2020!

Probably the toughest category of our listmania awards series each year has to be the albums. These pages have had a daily review during the year of the Great Plague of 2020 and there have even been some occasions when there have been more than one. So that’s 365 plus records to consider, which is

NEWS: Trivium announce Quartet of UK shows for 2021!

Following Matt Heafy joining Sepultura for a rendition of “Slave New World” a few days ago, Trivium have announced a quartet of shows in November 2021 for fans to salivate over. The line up is jaw dropping with German legends Heaven Shall Burn joining TesseracT and Fit For An Autopsy on the run that will

Playthrough: “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” from Fit For An Autopsy!

That would be the title track of Fit For An Autopsy’s critically acclaimed album “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” performed by bassist Peter “Blue” Spinazola. It has joined a number of new playthrough videos from the American Deathcore band from Jersey City, New Jersey around their fifth studio record as it reaches its milestone first

Playthrough: “Shepard” from Fit For An Autopsy!

A great moment in Fit For An Autopsy history will happen when they take the stage with Aversions Crown, Enterprise Earth and Dying Fetus in support of Thy Art Is Murder on the Australian leg of their “Human Target” tour. The link between the bands is Uber Producer Will Putney but then everyone knows that.

Review: “Event Horizon” by The Myopia Condition

“I created the Event Horizon to reach the stars, but she’s gone much, much farther than that. She tore a hole in our universe, a gateway to another dimension. A dimension of pure chaos. Pure… evil. When she crossed over, she was just a ship. But when she came back… she was alive! Look at

Review: “Violent Portraits of Doomed Escape” by Black Crown Initiate

After a pair of critically acclaimed albums in 2014’s “The Wreckage Of Stars” and it’s follow up in 2016’s “Selves We Cannot Forgive“, Reading Pennsylvanian Progressive Death Metallers Black Crown Initiate can be forgiven for taking their time over getting to their third studio record “Violent Portraits of Doomed Escape“, which finds them with a

The Black Map #113: To Obey A Tyrant from Bournemouth!

Bournemouth is one of those places that has everything you could possibly want in life. Sun, Sea, Sand and Metal. In the Anvil Rockbar, they have a live venue that has a reputation for putting on some seriously good underground bands and that is exactly what the World needs. Get that Jackie DeShannon “What the

Riff Police! Pull Over! #109: Suicide Silence Vs Carnifex!

We’ve heard the cries for a heavier entry in the Riff Police notebook so it’s time to pitch two Deathcore Heavyweights, who perhaps don’t like being considered Deathcore head to head. Back in September 2007, Suicide Silence unleashed their beast of an album “The Cleansing“, a fan favourite which was recorded and engineered by┬áJohn Travis