Thursday, March 15, 2012

maggot holes

With this current resurgence of popularity that Autopsy are certainly experiencing at the moment, and aware of the fact that with these recent releases they've obviously attracted a whole new younger fanbase (myself included) to add to their strong following already, it does make sense to me that they'd unleash an album of this nature. Their latest release "All Tomorrow's Funerals" is a double gatefold LP full of a collection of old and new material all freshly re-mastered and re-packaged. Peaceville Records pressed this and my copy is on black wax. I'm unsure if it was pressed in any other variations.

What you get here is a collection of all of their previous EP's and singles and a compilation appearance all remastered with a fresh sound. They've also gone and recorded four new songs and re-recorded a track that originally appeared as part of the Decibel Flexi Series a little back. Of course all of the old stuff is fantastic music as are the new numbers. Very typical new ear Autopsy; grizzly, dirty death metal with a fresh, modern recording. Very much a similar recording to last years "Macabre Eternal".

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