After splitting in 1995, the legendary death metal band Autopsy reunited and released the very well received comeback album ‘Macabre Eternal’ in 2011. Last year’s ‘The Headless Ritual’ did not receive quite the same critical acclaim, although we thought it was pretty awesome. Now, less than a year after that album came out, Autopsy are back with the new full-length ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves.’
California death metal legends Autopsy have revealed details for their seventh studio album, 'Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves.' The gore-obsessed foursome released 'The Headless Ritual' last year, but the group has taken no time at all to craft 'Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves,' which will brutalize fans beginning April 29.
Autopsy have been a busy bunch since drummer/vocalist Chris Reifert reanimated the group four years ago. With a single, an EP, a full length, and four new songs added to a compilation, one would be hardpressed to say there’s a lack of inspiration in the once defunct band. With plenty of life left in this old corpse, 'The Headless Ritual' is the latest addition to their ever-expanding catalog, stringing together 45 minutes of their best work since they blew the dust off their inactive status.
Amon Amarth have crushed yet another band under their massive hammer. Immolation were defeated by the melodic metal act and Amon Amarth are now one victory away from being inducted into the Death Match Hall of Fame, along with gaining a heavy rotation spot on Loudwire Metal Radio. Can the Swedish masters do it?!