Studio footage and interviews with Autopsy, talking about writing and recording new ep 'The Tomb Within', on Peaceville Records. Video put together by Jesse Schoppert and sickvideo.com

The Tomb Within consists of 5 new tunes of gore & depravity & will be released on September 13th through Peaceville Records on CD & 12” vinyl, with general release set for 27th September. Cover art is supplied by renowned fantasy/horror artist Matt Cavotta.

Autopsy had previously decided to make an official comeback after working together on 2 songs for the special 20th anniversary edition of debut album Severed Survival in late 2008; the band having originally split before the release of their 4th album, Shitfun in 1995.

For audio samples, and more information on 'The Tomb Within' go to: peaceville.com/autopsy

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Autopsy is a death metal band, founded in 1987 in the United States by Chris Reifert (formerly of Death). They disbanded in 1995, but as of July 2009, have reunited.

Severed Survival, Autopsy's first LP, sounded like Scream Bloody Gore era Death, but the band adopted a doom metal influenced sound for the Retribution for the Dead EP. The next full-length, Mental Funeral, another death/doom album, was met with great critical


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Autopsy is a death metal band, founded in 1987 in the United States by Chris Reifert (formerly of Death). They disbanded in 1995, but as of July 2009, have reunited.

Severed Survival, Autopsy's first LP, sounded like Scream Bloody Gore era Death, but the band adopted a doom metal influenced sound for the Retribution for the Dead EP. The next full-length, Mental Funeral, another death/doom album, was met with great critical acclaim. Having completed a successful European tour soon after Mental Funeral, the band reentered the studio to record the Fiend for Blood EP, which was followed by their third full-length, Acts of the Unspeakable. Autopsy's last album, 1994's Shitfun, was heavily influenced by hardcore punk and would prepare fans for Abscess, a project of Danny Coralles and Chris Reifert after Autopsy's demise in 1995.

Autopsy was featured in the 2005 music documentary Metal: A Headbanger's Journey when the film's narrator and star, Sam Dunn read aloud a verse from the band's song "Charred Remains."

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