Fit for An Autopsy Announce New Album “Oh What The Future Holds” + Drop NSFW “Far From Heaven” Video

New Jersey six-piece FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY — Joseph Badolato [vocals], Patrick Sheridan [guitar], Timothy Howley [guitar], Will Putney [guitar], Peter Blue Spinazola [bass], and Josean Orta Martinez [drums]  — have announced their sixth album Oh What the Future Holds.

The record arrives on January 14 via Nuclear Blast. Pre-order it here.

Today, the band has shared the video for first single “Far From Heaven.” Watch it here.

“This song felt like a worthy introduction to premiere the album, picking up where we left off creatively from our last release,” the band says. “Although there are more drastic dynamic turns on the new album, ‘Far From Heaven’ delivers from a more simplistic and primal place. Lyrically, this record digs a little further into internal turmoil as well, but this song is in a way a much more literal and grounded representation of our continued frustration with institutions and class gaps that exist in all facets of society. The powerful video, directed by Eric Richter, is a great thematic visual counterpart to the inherent dark nature of the song. Hope you enjoy it — we certainly do.”

OH WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS TRACK LISTING:
“Oh What The Future Holds”
“Pandora”
“Far From Heaven”
“In Shadows”
“Two Towers”
“A Higher Level Of Hate” 
“Collateral Damage”
“Savages”
“Conditional Healing”
“The Man That I Was Not”FFAA will return to the road on a headline U.S. tour this coming winter. The band and tour will certainly add a hefty dose of death metal to your winter doldrums. The trek kicks off on January 5 in Columbus, Ohio, and runs through February 12 in New York City. All dates are below. Enterprise Earth, Ingested, Signs of the Swarm, and Great American Ghost will also appear. Tickets are available here.
FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY ON TOUR:
WITH ENTERPRISE EARTH, INGESTED, SIGNS OF THE SWARM, + GREAT AMERICAN GHOST:
1/5 — Columbus, OH — Skully’s Music Diner
1/6 — Hamtramck, MI — The Sanctuary
1/7 — Chicago, IL — Reggies Rock Club
1/8 — St. Paul, MN — Turf Club
1/9 — Iowa City, IA — Wildwood
1/10 — Lincoln, NE — The Royal Grove
1/11 — Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater
1/12 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
1/14 — Portland, OR — Dante’s
1/15 — Seattle, WA — El Corazon
1/17 — Sacramento, CA — Goldfield Trading Post
1/18 — Petaluma, CA — The Phoenix Theater
1/19 — Los Angeles, CA  —1720
1/20 — San Diego, CA — Brick By Brick
1/22 — Mesa, AZ — Nile Theater
1/24 — Austin, TX — Come And Take It Live
1/25 — Houston, TX — Warehouse Live
1/26 — Dallas, TX — Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
1/27 — Oklahoma City, OK — Oklahoma City Limits
1/28 — Memphis, TN — Growlers
1/29 — St. Louis, MO — Red Flag
1/30 — Nashville, TN — The Basement East
2/1 — Tampa, FL — Crowbar
2/2 — West Palm Beach, FL — Respectables
2/3 — Orlando, FL — Soundbar
2/4 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
2/5 — Greensboro, NC — Blind Tiger
2/7 — Pittsburgh, PA — Crafthouse
2/8 — Baltimore, MD — Sound Stage
2/9 — Philadelphia, PA — The Foundry
2/10 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium
2/11 — Hartford, CT — Webster Underground
2/12 — New York, NY — The Gramercy Theatre

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