Fit For An Autopsy: 'Fear Tomorrow'

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  • Fit For An Autopsy: 'Fear Tomorrow'
    POSTED 7 Apr 2020

    Fit For An Autopsy Band

    It's only been six months since New Jersey's hard-hitters Fit For An Autopsy put out their last record The Sea of Tragic Beastsbut they've already followed it up with the arrival of a destructive standalone single titled 'Fear Tomorrow'.

    Of course, if you've heard anything by these guys before then you know exactly what you're in for, and thankfully they deliver on all fronts with an ultra-heavy deathcore assault from all angles.

    Have a listen:

    As the band explain, 'Fear Tomorrow' isn't a brand new idea:

    “‘Fear Tomorrow‘ is a song we’ve been sitting on for some time but decided the moment was right to finish and release it. To be fair, we’re not really a positive band and we never show you the light at the end of the tunnel, so don’t expect a happy ending here. FFAA uses music as an outlet to share its distaste for the world, and now we can all share that together — from a safe distance quarantined in our homes.” 

    Listen to Fit For An Autopsy now.

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Fit For An Autopsy Band

It's only been six months since New Jersey's hard-hitters Fit For An Autopsy put out their last record The Sea of Tragic Beastsbut they've already followed it up with the arrival of a destructive standalone single titled 'Fear Tomorrow'.

Of course, if you've heard anything by these guys before then you know exactly what you're in for, and thankfully they deliver on all fronts with an ultra-heavy deathcore assault from all angles.

Have a listen:

As the band explain, 'Fear Tomorrow' isn't a brand new idea:

“‘Fear Tomorrow‘ is a song we’ve been sitting on for some time but decided the moment was right to finish and release it. To be fair, we’re not really a positive band and we never show you the light at the end of the tunnel, so don’t expect a happy ending here. FFAA uses music as an outlet to share its distaste for the world, and now we can all share that together — from a safe distance quarantined in our homes.” 

Listen to Fit For An Autopsy now.

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