No one is gonna give you anything. It’s the opposite, they are gonna take. So you gotta work for every single record sale, fan, t shirt sale, record deal, tour etc etc. Only way to do that is push every aspect of the band. So that’s what we do. – Pat Sheridan
New Jersey’s Fit For An Autopsy‘s latest album The Great Collapse is arguably a near perfect death core record , but that seems limiting as it is both heavier, more dynamic and full of more technical and classic death metal and elements of hardcore influence than oversimplified bands who are just stoked to hit the breakdown. Rather than go more Nu Metal as the genre is revived, FFAA have managed to grow while getting even heavier, anchoring their strongest line up yet, improving everything from lyrics to arrangements and staying humble. That said, the band are pretty much the true kings of fuck mountain as far as this style goes right now, and if other bands sell more it isn’t because FFAA isn’t doing a better job.
When the full thing drops in March, it is going to be a game changer for the already liked band. Trust that this record is next level in pretty much every way and is one of the heaviest and most emotive slabs of hot fist upside the ear you are likely to ever hear. Shit, it will probably make you deaf anyway.
It was awesome to talk to Pat Sheridan about the new album, the band’s growth and other topics.
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