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    re-released ... ral/415239
    2011 Peaceville Records CDVILED353X CD + DVD Slipcase, 20th anniversary edition, Remastered
    2015 Peaceville Records VILELP25 12" vinyl Remastered

    Autopsy - Mental Funeral (1991) (Remastered 2003)

    Year : 1991 (Remastered 2003)
    Style : Death Metal
    Country : USA
    Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
    Size : 131 mb

    1. Twisted Mass of Burnt Decay 02:15
    2. In the Grip of Winter 04:08
    3. Fleshcrawl 00:36 instrumental
    4. Torn from the Womb 03:19
    5. Slaughterday 04:04
    6. Dead 03:18
    7. Robbing the Grave 04:20
    8. Hole in the Head 06:03
    9. Destined to Fester 04:34
    10. Bonesaw 00:45 instrumental
    11. Dark Crusade 03:55
    12. Mental Funeral 00:37

    + Bonus Tracks

    13. Retribution for the Dead 03:54
    14. Ridden with Disease (Demo) 04:42
    15. Service for a Vacant Coffin (Live) 03:30

    Remember! if You like the release, buy the original CD. Support the artists!
    United States / Location: San Francisco, California
    Death Metal
    Autopsy was formed in August 1987 by Chris Reifert and Eric Cutler, shortly after Reifert's departure from Death. The band recorded a demo that year, Demo '87, before Danny Coralles joined in 1988 immediately prior to the recording of their second demo, Critical Madness, and along with Reifert and Cutler, would be a constant in the band's lineup. The band signed to Peaceville Records and released their debut album, Severed Survival in 1989. These early recordings featured a straightforward thrash-influenced death metal style in a similar vein to Scream Bloody Gore era Death (Reifert was Death's drummer on that album), but the band adopted a slower, doom metal influenced sound for their next release, the 1990 Retribution for the Dead EP. The next full-length, Mental Funeral, continued in this style and has since been cited by many other death metal musicians (particularly in the Swedish scene) as particularly influential. 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, which featured shorter songs and a more grindcore influenced sound. A difficult US tour in 1993 led to the decision to disband Autopsy after the recording of a final album. Shitfun, released in early 1995, was heavily influenced by hardcore punk and would prepare fans for Abscess, previously a side project of Danny Coralles and Chris Reifert which would become their main band after Autopsy's demise.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".After several years of speculation regarding an Autopsy reunion, and denial of the possibility,[4] the band members briefly reunited in September 2008 to record two new tracks for the special edition of their 1989 debut Severed Survival.They later reconvened to the Maryland Deathfest in 2009.Following Abscess splitting up in June 2010, Autopsy immediately announced that they had permanently reunited. They released a new EP, The Tomb Within, in September 2010 and Macabre Eternal, their first studio album in 16 years, in 2011.Legacy.Along with fellow Bay Area band Possessed and Reifert's previous group Death (which Chuck Schuldiner relocated to Reifert's Bay Area hometown of Concord in 1986), Autopsy have been considered a pioneering band in the death metal and Doom/Death genres. Early genre stalwarts like Entombed, Dismember, Gorefest, Immolation, Cannibal Corpse and Deicide have all credited Autopsy as an influence in their sound.
    Band members
    Line Up:
    Chris Reifert – drums/vocals (1987–present)
    Danny Coralles – guitar (1987–present)
    Eric Cutler – guitar (1987–present)
    Joe Trevisano - bass (2010–present)

    Former members

    Eric Eigard – bass (1987–1988)
    Eric "Rick" Owen – vocals (1987)
    Ken Sorvari – bass (1988)
    Steve Cutler – bass (1990–1991)
    Josh Barohn – bass (1991–1993)
    Freeway Migliore – bass (1993–1995)
    Dan Lilker - bass (2010 Maryland Deathfest Show)

    Session musicians

    Steve DiGiorgio – bass (Severed Survival and Fiend for Blood)

    Studio albums
    Severed Survival (1989)
    Mental Funeral (1991)
    Acts of the Unspeakable (1992)
    Shitfun (1995)
    Macabre Eternal (2011)
    The Headless Ritual (2013)

    Retribution for the Dead (1990)
    Fiend for Blood (1991)
    Horrific Obsession (2009)
    The Tomb Within (2010)
    All Tomorrow's Funerals (2012)

    Live albums
    Dead as Fuck (2004)
    Dark Crusades (2010)

    1987 Demo (1987)
    Critical Madness (1988)

    Ridden with Disease (2000)
    Torn from the Grave (2001)
    All Tomorrow's Funerals (2012)

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