Tag: Fit For An Autopsy

Documentary: Fit For an Autopsy on Gear Gods!

It has to be said. We never thought that “The Great Collapse” could be bettered and there have been times when we thought Fit For An Autopsy might not even release another album. But far from their Swansong, they unleashed an album in “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” via Nuclear Blast that is a contender

Metal Noise TV: October!

I see Godzilla. October was an absolutely Monsterous month for new material with new EPs from Mind Power, Isolate and Bury Your Dead alongside albums from Jinjer, Fit For An Autopsy and Varials to name but a few. The Metal Noise playlist racked up 100 music videos in the month that saw Halloween so that

Review: “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” by Fit For An Autopsy

Returning with their fifth studio album and the follow up to the simply stunning “The Great Collapse”, vocalist Joe Badolato, drummer Joesean Orta, bassist Peter Spinazola and guitarist trio Will Putney, Patrick Sheridan and Tim Howley have forged a Post-Deathcore sound from Hardcore roots. Having the legendary Will Putney in their ranks and at the

Bootleg: Fit For An Autopsy in the K! Pit!

The latest entry in the Kerrang Magazine K! Pit series sees Fit For An Autopsy destroy a dive bar called The Gutter in Brooklyn New York with new song “Shepard” and classic “Black Mammoth” appearing in a 6 song set! “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” is out tomorrow, 25th October via Nuclear Blast!

NEWS: Devil’s Reef teach you “The Way Of The Moon”!

Frederick Maryland Technical Death Metallers Devil’s Reef will be joining Fit For An Autopsy for a home town throwdown at the 611 Cafe as “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” album release tour rolls into town at the end of October. They’ve got their debut single and music video “The Way Of The Moon” out just

NEWS: Fit For An Autopsy share “Shepard”!

Will Putney and Fit For An Autopsy are about to bring “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts” to the World via Nuclear Blast but before they do, they’ve put out a music video for “Shepherd” together to tempt you into a last minute pre-order. The follow up to “The Great Collapse”, one of our favourite albums,

Review: “River of Lies” by Guilt Trip

Manchester. The home of Slam, Rebellion and Satan’s Hollow. It’s also where BDHW Records picked up Guilt Trip on a street corner on a wet Wednesday night and took them on a journey. Vocalist Jay Valentine, drummer Tom Aimson, bassist Bradley Hall and guitarist duo Jak Maden and Nick Clark signed up for the follow