Release date: 21 April 2014
Style: Death metal

Rating:

7.8 | 44 votes

Owners:

40 have it
14 want it


01. Savagery
02. King Of Flesh Ripped
03. Tourniquets, Hacksaws And Graves
04. The Howling Dead
05. After The Cutting
06. Forever Hungry
07. Teeth Of The Shadow Horde
08. All Shall Bleed
09. Deep Crimson Dreaming
10. Parasitic Eye
11. Burial
12. Autopsy


Line-up
Danny Coralles - guitars
Eric Cutler - guitars
Chris Reifert - drums, vocals
Joe "Kill" Allen Trevisano - bass


Additional info
Recorded by Adam Munoz at Fantasy Studios.

Artwork by Wes Benscoter.

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MetalDoomMaster - 18.04.2014 at 08:00  
Rating: 8 This is pretty awesome. The vocals are sweet as hell.
Koroviev - 18.04.2014 at 13:24  
Rating: 9 Damn brutal, as always!!!
wvsabbath - 20.04.2014 at 02:43  
  Simply crushing, vocals are sick and twisted!
Lit. - 29.04.2014 at 00:28  
  Sounds pretty fucking solid to me.
Lit. - 02.07.2014 at 01:49  
  Wow, I'm surprised at how little attention this is getting.
Troy Killjoy - 02.07.2014 at 03:08  
  Are you? I've only listened to about three songs but they seemed like pretty average death metal tracks, nothing to write home about.
Lit. - 02.07.2014 at 03:25  
  It's about the same quality as the previous one, and look at how much attention that one's got.
Troy Killjoy - 02.07.2014 at 04:49  
  I think Macabre Eternal got a lot of attention but that's because it was a comeback album alongside the EP they released around the same time. Since then I feel like the hype surrounding their re-emergence has waned, and understandably so.
deadone - 02.07.2014 at 05:32  
Rating: 7 And nothing beats Severed Survival IMO!
Lit. - 02.07.2014 at 05:56  
  A lot of albums beat Severed Survival, one being the album that came immediately after.

Written by Troy Killjoy on 02.07.2014 at 04:49

I think Macabre Eternal got a lot of attention but that's because it was a comeback album alongside the EP they released around the same time. Since then I feel like the hype surrounding their re-emergence has waned, and understandably so.

The Headless Ritual, you mean?
Troy Killjoy - 02.07.2014 at 06:13  
 
Written by Lit. on 02.07.2014 at 05:56
The Headless Ritual, you mean?

No, that was their last album prior to this. I meant their comeback album from 2011, which launched Autopsy back into the same kind of realm popularity-wise as Cannibal Corpse. Autopsy are becoming less relevant with every subsequent release as the initial excitement over their hiatus subsides.

I think by now Autopsy fans and the majority of death metal fans know better than to expect something that will ever surpass either Severed Survival or Mental Funeral. They do their job well but ultimately these recent releases are nothing more than stripped down derivative versions of their two most highly regarded albums.

Knowing how much you emphasize the new school is almost always better than the old school, however, that's something you won't agree with. It really shouldn't come as a surprise that this album went even further under the radar than its predecessor though.
deadone - 02.07.2014 at 07:06  
Rating: 7
Written by Troy Killjoy on 02.07.2014 at 06:13


I think by now Autopsy fans and the majority of death metal fans know better than to expect something that will ever surpass either Severed Survival or Mental Funeral.



That is the case with 99% of older bands though. Their creative peaks were often decades ago and very often the "chemistry/magic" that resulted in awesome albums in 1980s/90s is completely gone especially when bands have been on hiatus for such a long time.

There are exceptions - Carcass, Onslaught and Bolt Thrower's last album were all on par or better than older releases.

At least stuff like Macabre Eternal is not as shitful as Pestilence's stuff since they reformed. Should've left it with phenomenal Spheres.


EDIT now listening to the new Autopsy album. Starts off pretty well. See how things progress.
deadone - 02.07.2014 at 08:12  
Rating: 7 Well on first listen, I think this is a pretty good album. It's definitely better than Macabre Eternal (I've not heard The Headless Ritual).
deadone - 05.08.2014 at 08:27  
Rating: 7 This one's really growing on me. Very cool so far and one of the better albums for 2014.
Doc Godin - 17.09.2014 at 12:44  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 02.07.2014 at 06:13

I think by now Autopsy fans and the majority of death metal fans know better than to expect something that will ever surpass either Severed Survival or Mental Funeral. They do their job well but ultimately these recent releases are nothing more than stripped down derivative versions of their two most highly regarded albums.

Personally I thought The Headless Ritual was just as good as their two classic albums. In fact, I think I've listened to Headless Ritual a lot more.

Haven't heard this one yet.

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