The band buckled down in the fall of 2018 to prepare what may just be their defining moment, the Nuclear Blast Records debut »The Sea Of Tragic Beasts«. The intention of FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY to truly carve their own path appears to have been triumphantly realized.
The title track wastes no time demonstrating the unbridled primitive aggression and intensity the group has come to perfect. ‘Mirrors’ weaves in and out of saddened passages, chaotic metal, and atmospheric epicness, all while maintaining thoughtful expressions on the human condition. ‘Shepherd’ could very well go down as a melodic death metal classic, and it’s cascade into the deeply impassioned ‘Your Pain Is Mine’ is a shining testament to this band’s versatility and musical prowess. Socially conscience themes are once again abundant and blunt. There’s an underlying urgency to the personal exploration on this album, and an almost desperation to the tone and delivery of Badolato that truly breaks down the boundaries of extreme music, and crosses into a much more connected conduit with the listener. One thing is clear at the end of this 45 minute journey, there is no stopping FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY from their realizing their vision as musicians. And in all honesty, who would want to