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  • Vinyl (1 Jun. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Peaceville
  • ASIN: B007PKBOL2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
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'All Tomorrow`s Funerals', is the latest chapter in the history of the death metal legends. This monstrous release contains new studio tracks recorded late 2011 - including a re-recorded version of classic oldie 'Mauled to Death' - plus all of Autopsy's past EP's and rarities which have been specially remastered by the band themselves, totalling 22 tracks all together, resulting in over 73 minutes of sickness. Everything from 'Retribution For The Dead' & 'Fiend for Blood', to the now sold-out EP 'The Tomb Within' is present, including liner notes from the band and new cover art from renowned artist Matt Cavotta (also responsible for the 'The Tomb Within' cover). Autopsy notably features legendary drummer Chris Reifert, who began his recording career with US metal greats, Death, before taking on the unusual duty of handling drums and vocals for Autopsy. Autopsy has influenced a whole generation of extreme metal bands, from Entombed and Dismember to Darkthrone, and is among the biggest and most respected names in the genre's history. SIDE A 1. All tomorrow's funerals 2. Broken people 3. Mauled to death 4. Maggot holes SIDE B 5. The tomb within 6. My corpse shall rise 7. Seven skulls 8. Human genocide 9. Mutant village SIDE C 10. Horrific obsession 11. Feast of the graveworm 12. Funereality 13. Fiend for blood 14. Keeper of decay 15. Squeal like a pig SIDE D 16. Ravenous freaks 17. A different kind of mindfuck 18. Dead hole 19. Retribution for the dead 20. Destined to fester 21. In the grip of winter 22. Sign of the corpse

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5.0 out of 5 stars All Tomorrow's Funerals 17 Oct. 2013
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
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Contains Autopsy in it's purest form. In my opinion, the Eps are Autopsy's best works. Whether it be 2010's The Tomb Within, which showed Autopsy was not only back- but with a vengeance. (sorry for the cliche) But All Tomorrow's Funerals is a compilation that contains other great EP's like my favorite Autopsy release to date: Fiend For Blood. Possibly the coolest
EP to be put out by any death metal band period. Other cool gems: Retribution for the dead, the Horrific Obsession single, and
5 newer instant classics. Comes in a cool booklet if you decide to get the CD- and you should if you are a real fan. Thank you Peaceville for re-releasing the classics!
If I had to describe them to someone who never heard of Autopsy- OLD SCHOOL DEATH METAL! No gimmicky drum triggers, while the band gets a little technical- it's not nearly as self indulgent as modern death metal gets, rather it's more to the point,
guitars are low tuned but memorable in terms of the riffing, lots of harmonies- most of which are dissonant and diseased sounding. The vocals- are INSANE! Drummer Chris Reiffert handles a majority of them- and my god...he's just nuts!
Fiend For Blood is worth it alone for the bass playing...Steve Digiorgio...need I say more? No? Good. Buy it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent release 9 Mar. 2012
By Deimos - Published on Amazon.com
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Still in superb form, great tracks, nice presentation of the album and just a pleasure to listen to and add to ant serious metal collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Autopsy influence . . . 6 Jan. 2013
By Karey Russell - Published on Amazon.com
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Perfect for my son as a Christmas present! He's happy, so I'm happy. Autopsy influences his own band and this format is a great addition to his collection of CDs and LPs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Death metal at its lowest, and that's a good thing 16 May 2012
By Scott Hedegard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Autopsy is the kind of band for people who play Slayer with their dates ("God Hates Us All" or "Christ Illusion")right after they get out of Sunday school for quiet meditative inspiration. The kind of band that makes jackhammers sound like butterflies. The kind that could make it possible for Cannibal Corpse to sponsor their own Girl Scout troop. You get the picture.
In other words, it's great stuff. Autopsy may not have sold as many albums as CC or perhaps Death or Morbid Angel, but in terms of pure unadulterated nasty death metal, their fans are ferociously devoted, and other musicians cite them as huge influences.
After a dry spell in the 'OO's following their early heyday in the late '80's, Autopsy came roaring back on the scene with a crushing new album "Macabre Eternal" that showed they still had more chops and brutality than anybody out there. That return was successful enough for Chris Reifert and company to re-record most of their numerous EP's and write some new material for the equally punishing "All Tomorrow's Funerals". Packed with over 70 minutes of the heaviest riffage ever created by mortals, Autopsy have served notice to all comers that they are truly kings of the death metal mountain. This blend of gory lyrics that are equally as vile as anything Cannibal Corpse have written and a positively lethal barrage of sound that recalls the intensity sometimes of the most intense hardcore of the '80's, technical chops and vocals that come straight out of a padded cell define "All Tomorrow's Funerals". It doesn't sound like a compilation CD at all. For my money not having heard the original EP's or early albums, it could just as easily be the new all original followup to "Macabre Eternal". I listened to this on my way home on the interstate on a business trip and I'm glad I had cruise control because this band gives you the option of giving in to their attack or hitting the ditch trying to get the hell out of the way.
It's the purest essence of the nastiest meanest metal music ever recorded, and not for lightweights. You're either metal enough to handle this incredible band or you aren't. Autopsy offer no room for fence straddlers. It simply doesn't get any more brutal than this.
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