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Fit For An Autopsy Release “Fear Tomorrow” Song + Video — WATCH + LISTEN

Fit For An Autopsy Release "Fear Tomorrow" Song + Video — WATCH + LISTEN


FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY SHARE VIDEO FOR NEW STANDALONE SINGLE “FEAR TOMORROW” — WATCH + LISTEN HERE

FIFTH STUDIO ALBUM THE SEA OF TRAGIC BEASTS OUT NOW

New Jersey six-piece FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY have just dropped the new standalone single “Fear Tomorrow.” Listen to the song + watch the video here.

“‘Fear Tomorrow’ is a song we’ve been sitting on for some time but decided the moment was right to finish and release it,” the band says. “To be fair, we’re not really a positive band and we never show you the light at the end of the tunnel, so don’t expect a happy ending here. FFAA uses music as an outlet to share its distaste for the world, and now we can all share that together — from a safe distance quarantined in our homes.”

Download and stream “Fear Tomorrow” here

FFAA released their fifth studio album, The Sea of Tragic Beasts, last October via Nuclear Blast Records worldwide and Human Warfare (AUS).  The Sea of Tragic Beasts was produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by producer and guitarist Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio in New Jersey. The artwork for the album was created by Adam Burke.

Watch the video for “Shepherd” here.

Watch the official music video for “Mirrors,” directed by Max Moorehere.

Watch the official video for the title track here

FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY ARE:
Joseph Badolato | Vocals
Patrick Sheridan | Guitar
Timothy Howley | Guitar
Will Putney | Guitar
Peter Blue Spinazola | Bass
Josean Orta Martinez | Drums

About Bryan Joe Corder (3921 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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