Reviews Autopsy The Tomb Within EP

Autopsy

The Tomb Within EP

Autopsy are a band of legacy as one of the original death metal bands. Sure they had left for awhile to do other bands and whatever else. Now they return with a barnburner of an EP.


Truly nothing has really changed for this band. They are still incredibly heavy have their noted gurgling death vocal style and strong leads. Certain songs stick out particularly "My Corpse Shall Rise". Not only does it have a classic DM title but the intro begins slowly building force and milking the strength out of the lead riff till everything inevitably speeds up.


What we have here is a band that amazingly enough hasn't lost a step in over a decade of hibernation. This is the death metal that newer bands try to imitate taht Metalocalypse apes hard. This marks probably the most interesting and full fledged stragiht out death metal release so far this year.

9.0 / 10Jon E.
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