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In just a little over a month, Philip H. Anselmo’s HOUSECORE HORROR FEST will terrorize San Antonio. Now in its third year of audio and visual pandemonium, this year’s multi-stage gore gala will take place at the Aztec Theater, The Korova and the Holiday Inn Riverwalk Hotel on November 13th -15th, 2015 and features three film-screening rooms, multiple vendors, special artist signings, the return of The Metal Masters And Horror panel with special appearances from performing bands and legendary filmmakers throughout the weekend as well as what’s mutated into one of the most punishing live lineups of the year!

 

For the onscreen carnage cravers, this year’s edition of HHF includes 80 eye-gougingfilm screenings throughout the weekend. Having sifted through a record-breaking amount of independent film submissions, the HOUSECORE HORROR FEST plague-bringers narrowed it down to 45 gems from filmmakers around the globe, including Israel, Brazil, Poland, Spain, Canada, Denmark and more. Anselmo added to the banquet of visual grotesqueries, reaching deep into his personal vault of repulsions to bring fest goers a variety of personal horror favorites including Cannibal ManDon’t Torture A Duckling and Baba Yaga.

More info BELOW.

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Violation Wound are punker, uglier and gnarlier than what you like

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 3:27 PM (PST)

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It takes guts to name your band Violation Wound. It pretty much is completely unethical, up there with names like (the awesome punk femme band) Spider Cunts, Diarrhea Planet , The Murder Junkies or engineer Steve Albini’s short lived Rapeman as names you will have a hard time advertising on venue posters… anywhere! But Chris Reifert of Autopsy and early Death fame has been collecting steaming piles of guts for years in the death metal world, so forming a band that bathes in beer and who sound like The Exploited were actually ever kind of good doesn’t seem like it was much of a problem. Who knows, maybe the name means the wounds we suffer through the violation of society or something deep.

Anyway,this music will make you poop some bloody, runny browns and want to punch a friend. It really is not the kind of punk I can see causing a social movement to rise up and overthrow our Skull & Bones masters, but it will make you think most other bands are complete wussies.

I can’t believe I just discovered this and that they played with fucking Vampire and Midnight recently while I was probably home watching freakin’ Charmed on Netflix or something. Thank Gawd I was on an Autopsy kick tonight and stumbled across this semi-related but very different project. Not exactly metal but certainly made for those intent on ruling.

Order a 3 way split cd with Violation Wound, dirty Mike & The Boys (which for some reason is a grosser name to me for a band…sounds so sleazy, haha) and First Class Elite through HPGD Productions right HERE (out late November) and check out some ripping music in the form of “Roll Over And Die Blues” BELOW.

 

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Autopsy to release “Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Friday, February 21, 2014 at 3:06 PM (PST)

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Californian death metal stalwarts Autopsy have announced the release date of their forthcoming seventh studio album Tourniquet, Hacksaws and Graves.

The album will be released in North America on April 29 via Peaceville Records.

Read a comment from the band on the album here.

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Autopsy premiere “Mangled Far Below”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 12:33 PM (PST)

Autopsy Californian death metal masters Autopsy have premiered the song “Mangled Far Below” off of their forthcoming album The Headless Ritual (Peaceville Records) via Pitchfork.com.

Check out “Mangled Far Below” here.

Check out “Arch Cadaver”, a comment from vocalist/drummer Chris Reifert and The Headless Ritual track listing here.

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Autopsy offer free “Arch Cadaver” download

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 2:27 PM (PST)

Autopsy California death metal masters Autopsy are launching a The Headless Ritual mini-site and with it, offering a free download of the track “Arch Cadaver” off of their upcoming album The Headless Ritual which will be released on July 2 via Peaceville Records.

Head over to The Headless Ritual mini-site to download the new track.

Drummer/vocalist Chris Reifert had this to say of the new album:

“Expect nothing less than the monstrous brutality that Autopsy has been known to offer. Laurels will not be rested upon, trends will not be followed and mercy will not be shown. Mark your calendars for June and pick out a coffin to lie down and die in. Darkness and death await…”

Check out the video stream for “Arch Cadaver” here.

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Autopsy to begin work on new album

Posted by longhairedpoet on Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 12:59 PM (PST)

autopsy2010 Death metal destroyers Autopsy are heading to the studio to track their upcoming album The Headless Ritual. The album is expected to drop via Peaceville Records.

Drummer/vocalist Chris Reifert had this to say on the upcoming album:

“Expect nothing less than the monstrous brutality that Autopsy has been known to offer. Laurels will not be rested upon, trends will not be followed and mercy will not be shown. Mark your calendars for June and pick out a coffin to lie down and die in. Darkness and death await…”

This will be Autopsy’s first album since 2011’s Macabre Eternal.

Autopsy is:

Chris Reifert – drums/vocals
Danny Coralles – guitar
Eric Cutler – guitar
Joe Trevisano – bass

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Autopsy prepare new album

Posted by Metal Dude on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 7:30 PM (PST)

Autopsy have announced that they are now preparing to begin work on its sixth album, which is due for release in the middle of next year. The band states that it’s their “heaviest, darkest and most devastating album to date.” Then they add, “This task is not being taken lightly and the band will see to it eardrums are torn, minds are destroyed and skulls are crushed.

To make the horror complete, none other than famed artist Joe Petagno is handling the cover painting.

Brace yourself for a mid-2013 release and know your hunger for death metal will be met with soul bludgeoning darkness and blood spattering savagery.”

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Video: Autopsy releases trailer for Born Undead DVD.

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, June 8, 2012 at 10:11 AM (PST)

Legendary California death metal band Autopsy have released a trailer for their upcoming DVD Born Undead. Born Undead documents the bands formation, break-up and reformation and is set for release June 11th. You can get a taste of the DVD here.

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California death metallers, Autopsy, have released the music video for their song “All Tomorrow’s Funerals” from the album of the same name. The band also released the cover art and the names of all twenty-two remastered tracks.

To check out the music video click here and to see the cover art and track list click here.

The new album will be released February 28th through Peaceville Records.

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Autopsy reveals release date for “All Tomorrow’s Funerals”

Posted by jrod1209 on Friday, November 18, 2011 at 3:05 PM (PST)

Californian death metallers, Autopsy, have completed recording and re-mastering work on the upcoming, “All Tomorrow’s Funerals,” due out February 28th on Peaceville Records. The album will contain all of Autopsy’s EP’s re-mastered by the band themselves, as well as new cuts, totaling 22 tracks all together. Everything from “Retribution For The Dead” to “The Tomb Within” will be presented on CD and DLP with all original artworks, liner notes from the band and new cover art from renowned artist, Matt Cavotta.

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Autopsy to release “Mental Funeral” 20th anniversery edition

Posted by metalrocker on Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 4:07 PM (PST)

California death metal act, Autopsy, will re-release “Mental Funeral,” on October 17th via Peaceville Records. The special 20th anniversary edition of Mental Funeral will be released as a CD/DVD package with a bonus DVD containing two previously unseen shows from Rotterdam 1990 and San Pedro, California in 1991, as well as new extensive liner notes written by the band and a track-by-track breakdown.

Autopsy is also currently gearing up to enter Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA later this month to record a few new tracks for an upcoming collection entitled, “All Tomorrow’s Funerals.” The 21-track release will contain remastered versions of all of Autopsy’s EPs – everything from “Retribution For The Dead” to ‘The Tomb Within” – as well as some new cuts.

“This is something the band has wanted to do for a long time, having all these chunks of material in one cohesive release, with the best sound and packaging possible,” commented the band. “Autopsy will make every effort to make sure this death metal assault is top quality and worthy of your attention.”

The release date for All Tomorrow’s Funerals is tentatively set for March of 2012 on Peaceville Records.

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California death metallers, Autopsy, have entered Fantasy Studios in Berkeley,California to record new tracks for their upcoming release “All Tomorrow’s Funerals.” To upcoming release will include 21 tracks including remastered tracks from previous EPs as well as new tracks.

The album is set to be released March 2012 through Peaceville Records.

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Autopsy re-releasing 20th anniversary CD/DVD edition of “Mental Funeral”

Posted by jrod1209 on Friday, September 2, 2011 at 3:06 PM (PST)

Autopsy’s 1991 album, “Mental Funeral”, will be re-released October 17th, marking 20 years since the birth of this classic slab of brutality. This new edition includes a bonus DVD featuring 2 early live shows, from Rotterdam 1990, & San Pedro 1991, as well as extensive new liner notes from the band. Pre-order here.

Autopsy’s last album, “Macabre Eternal”, was released May 31st, 2011.

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Cover Art Tuesday: Autopsy, Dark Castle, U.D.O., USX, Vastum

Posted by JDKleinhans on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at 6:40 AM (PST)

How many of you Metal Rioters out there have gone to your local record store of choice and picked up a new metal album solely based on the art that graces its cover? Unfortunately, with the growth of iTunes and Pandora it seems easier and easier to overlook album cover art in general, but in the world of Heavy Metal we’re here to remind you that the art form is still alive and well!

Each Tuesday we will present to you the best album covers of the week and draw focus into what makes each cover so damn badass. Check out this week’s offering right here and vote on which cover YOU think should win “Cover Art of the Week”!

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Autopsy streaming new single “Hand of Darkness”

Posted by Josh on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 3:43 PM (PST)

California Death Metal band Autopsy has released a single from their upcoming album “Macabre Eternal.”  Hand of Darkness is the opening track for the album which is set to be released through Peaceville Records on May 31st.

You can hear the track here.

“Macabre Eternal” is the bands first full-length album since 1995, but their last release was an EP entitled “The Tomb Within” which was released last year.

To see the tracklist and album art click here.

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