The Brain-Erasing Legacy of Autopsy’s Mental Funeral (Retrospective + Interview with Chris Reifert)

Death metal has changed quite a bit since the birth of the genre. Every aspect of sonic extremity that could be conceived has been pushed, be that the tempo, production, level of consonance (what’s usually called “harmony”), chromaticism, vocals, and everything in between. Formed in 1987 in California, Autopsy have seen all of that evolution from the very start and always chose during their formative years to be a part of the group pushing boundaries, ignoring at all times what might prove to be more marketable or trendy to pursue their own form of sonic barbarism and their own always-disgusting horror aesthetic.

Read the full article at Invisible Oranges:
https://www.invisibleoranges.com/autopsy-mental-funeral-30/

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