After Patrick Sheridan dropped a playthrough video for “Pandora“, it’s only right that his fellow riff slinger and the man he looks to stage right under those lights Tim Howley gets a moment in the studio. He’s been filmed playing through “Two Towers” as “Oh What The Future Holds” continues to delight as the band
Tag: The Sea Of Tragic Beasts
One of those moments that you simply don’t forget happened when we saw Fit For An Autopsy at Camden Underworld way back when. Who should be walking the line before the doors opened with a camera just saying hello to the fans? Patrick Sheridan that’s who. Then he played a blinder when the band took
There are no two ways about it. While Stray From The Path drummer Craig Reynolds has been off the road, he has brought us some fantastic left field interviews with some great people. At the Glasgow stop of the Fit For An Autopsy tour for “Oh What The Future Holds” he spoke to Guitarist Patrick
A trio of cuts from the final show of the Fit For An Autopsy European tour trek for their new album “Oh What The Future Holds” have surfaced. The show took place at Tivoli Helling in Utrecht Netherlands and saw the Deathcore transcending Americans joined by Enterprise Earth, The Great American Ghost, Sentinels and Une
The pro-shot full set from Fit For An Autopsy live at The Machine Shop as part of Trivium Hanger Live stream event has appeared on the Deathcore transcending Americans YouTube channel with seven cuts for seven deadly sins including “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts“, “Absolute Hope, Absolute Hell” and our personal favourite “Black Mammoth“. They’ll
While it hasn’t been officially announced, looking at the tour posters for the rescheduled for the now January 2023 co-headlining European tour trek with Trivium and Heaven Shall Burn have seen Fit For An Autopsy drop off the bill much to our disappointment. FFAA have however got a huge US run starting at the turn
It’s impossible to talk about the Fit For An Autopsy without talking about guitarist Will Putney who is as well known for his presence in the band as he is for his work in the producing, mixing and mastering game at his own Graphic Nature studios but we’re going to put in a pin in
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
Eight string Ibanez wielding Tim Howley cuts a mean figure stood in front of a Mesa Boogie cab as he plays through “Your Pain Is Mine” from “The Sea Of Tragic Beasts“, one of the darker cuts from the current Fit For An Autopsy album and he makes it look effortless.
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.