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Deathcore is deathcore, for the most part. Bands operating within the genre have a few simple rules they live by, and rule number one is: get low. The guitars are tuned so far down that the strings are practically hanging off the neck, and the resulting riffs sound like the music's being played back through a broken tape deck. The vocals are similarly guttural and roaring, and the drumming mixes intermittent blastbeats and frantic fills with a sort of low-gear chugging that propels the breakdowns that are the genre's lifeblood. Fit for an Autopsy are a new deathcore band attempting to make a mark in an already saturated genre; their primary claim to fame is the presence of vocalist Nate Johnson, known for his previous work in Through the Eyes of the Dead and Premonitions of War. But they've got famous-ish (by underground standards) friends, a few of whom turn up to provide guest spots on the album. The Red Chord's vocalist Guy Kozowyk is here, as are Travis Richter of the Human Abstract, Ray Mazzola of Full Blown Chaos, and Tim Williams of Vision of Disorder. Fans of bands like the Acacia Strain and Whitechapel will find this album right up their street.


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though the bulk of death metal deals with some pretty grisly subject matter, few bands' sounds match their contempt for society as well as Fit for an Autopsy. Purveyors of savage deathcore, the band's sound pairs lyrical misanthropy with pure sonic destruction, creating an assault on both the senses and sensibilities of listeners. Made up of singer Nate Johnson (formerly of Through the Eyes of the Dead), guitarist Will Putney (also known for his work as a producer for bands such as Like Moths to...
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