Chuck Schuldiner Project

Wednesday, August 31, 2022

Autopsy - Morbidity Triumphant

It's been eight years, but Autopsy are back and just as sick as ever. I mean just look at the new album cover and you can already tell that the band has not missed a beat. They are still evil and fucked up, they still have no tolerance for posers and they still can come up with way sicker riffs than you can. When you've been doing this as long as Autopsy these sort of things come second nature. It's a thrill to get lost in decades of death metal evil, and to hear Chris Reifert's trademark snarl bellow out once more is a treat that will leave you all smiles.

Everything on this record is wonderfully and dementedly put together. The grindcore parts are sick and the explorations into other sides of the genre (Like the death doom epic "Skin By Skin") are immaculate. The twin guitars of Eric Cutler and Danny Coralles has aged like fine wine. I guess that's what happens when you have two guys who played guitar together for basically 35 years. This album just shows them killing it once more, with all their nods to their classic influences and high flying histrionics. Autopsy have shown once more that morbidity does reign triumphant and their throat slitting take on the genre can continue to remain fresh, exciting and above all evil for generations of fans. What's not to love about the death metal madness?

Morbidity Triumphant is a triumph on every level, proving that old dogs can still cut throats and that there is a blasphemous evil to Autopsy that none of the bands peers will ever be able to truly match. It's thrilling to hear these guys still out there doing it, taking names and none of your bullshit in a quest for every gorier and more fucked up riffs. Autopsy have been slugging it out for decades for a reason - they are among the best to ever do it, and this is proof positive of that. Morbidity Triumphant reminds that above all things to death metal be true. 

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