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The gore legends release a new mini-album marking 30 years of aural sickness.
Stand-alone vinyl release containing Autopsy’s studio tracks originally recorded for the ‘All Tomorrow’s Funerals’ collection, plus the ‘Horrific Obsession’ 7” tracks.
‘Sign of the Corpse’ contains Autopsy’s original studio tracks recorded for the ‘All Tomorrow’s Funerals’ collection in 2012. Hot on the heels of their triumphant comeback opus ‘Macabre Eternal’, Autopsy continued where they left off with a set of gore-soaked ditties to strangulate the senses with their highly influential brand of death metal. The release also contains a re-recorded version of early Autopsy classic, ‘Mauled to Death’. Also included on ‘Sign of the Corpse’ are the 2 tracks from the ‘Horrific Obsession’ 7” release in 2009 which contained Autopsy’s first studio output in 15 years, originally recorded to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s debut. All tracks were recorded at Fantasy Studio, CA with Adam Munoz. One of the early breed of US death metal acts, Autopsy formed in 1987 in San Francisco, & originally released 4 albums on Peaceville Records - beginning with the classic debut 'Severed Survival' in 1989 - before disbanding in 1995, with members going on to form Abscess.
Autopsy's first official live album featuring classic tracks from over three decades of depravity, including a new unreleased track, Maggots In The Mirror.
“Live, loud, raw and ugly! Autopsy lays waste to the stage and assaults the crowd with classic death metal brutality.”
Live in Chicago - the band’s first official live album - was recorded at Reggie’s Rock Club, March 7th 2020, and contains 66 minutes of classics spanning the whole 30+ year career of the Death Metal legends. The release also notably includes the brand new track Maggots in the Mirror’ giving fans something to chew on while the impending next studio release takes shape.
Due to recent and somewhat unforeseen global events, this stands as Autopsy’s only gig of 2020, out of what was intended to be a string of several appearances. Luckily the show was professionally recorded, unknowing of what was about to follow. With mixing carried out by Adam Munoz, notable for his work on Autopsy’s studio albums, Live in Chicago captures Autopsy in all of their ferocious, gory glory, with artwork once again conjured from the masterfully warped mind of Wes Benscoter (Slayer, Nile, Kreator).