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Fit For An Autopsy - Oh What The Future Holds

7.7 | 105 votes |
Release date: 14 January 2022
Style: Deathcore


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01. Oh What The Future Holds
02. Pandora
03. Far From Heaven
04. In Shadows
05. Two Towers
06. A Higher Level Of Hate
07. Colleteral Damage
08. Savages
09. Conditional Healing
10. The Man That I Was Not

Joe Badolato - vocals
Will Putney - guitars
Tim Howley - guitars
Pat Sheridan - guitars
Josean Orta - drums
Shane Slade - bass

Staff review by
omne metallum
A Bright Future Lies Ahead.

published 20.01.2022 | Comments (2)

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13.01.2022 - 06:04
Rating: 10

I'm sure this album will be the best in the Progressive Deathcore genre in 2022.
14.01.2022 - 15:09
Rating: 7

Good album just not a fan of the clean vocals.
16.01.2022 - 22:54
Rating: 8

It's a great album. Slightly less approachable than the last one, and a bit less melodic too. But I feel it is heavier and more atmospheric. "Pandora", "Far From Heaven" and "Collateral Damage" are the highlights for me. Still, one of the few deathcore bands I enjoy.
17.01.2022 - 16:31
Rating: 9
Dark Forever
Ruído Sonoro
I've never been a Fit For An Autopsy fan but this one pushed the right buttons for me. The progressive elements really bring life into this, and the groovy, "Gojiresque" moments are sublime. I also like the clean vocals, more Deathcore outfits would benefit from this IMO. Solid 8.6 from me.
Taste the DARK...
... and you'll live FOREVER!
18.01.2022 - 16:45
Rating: 8

The Gojira bits are very on-the-nose, but the way they're brought in mean that they don't really detract. this is a solid record - Two Towers really stands out
07.02.2022 - 16:13
Rating: 6
A Nice Guy
It must be me, but I actually didn't like this album at all, eventhough I've tried several times, I just reach the point where I just want it to end. I can hear the Gojira likeliness here, but I've never been into Gojira, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised I don't like this.
15.02.2022 - 11:34

Actually, I quite liked this album, but the Gojira influence is what I like the least, it felt a bit out of place to me ..
02.03.2022 - 14:18

Not being a huge Gojira fan it's surprising to find those are the parts I enjoyed most. Strong first impression. Don't know if it'll resist further listens but for now I´m pretty hooked.

Edit: a few spins later it's still awesome and growing
04.04.2022 - 13:05
Rating: 8
J the Metallizer

Out of the 3 albums I heard from them (the most recent ones) this one might be my favorite, almost edging into 9/10 territory
A lot of times, listening to blackened death metal is a lot like waking up after a night of heavy drinking: you know you had a decent time, but you can’t remember much of it. - Mark Z.

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