• Tue. Feb 20th, 2024

Okay, okay okay… we know. Spooky season is technically over but myself and a number of others on the staff here LIVE for the Halloween season and we could celebrate it year round.

If you missed it, we checked out Autopsy’s “Ashes, Organs, Blood and Crypts” album back in September prior to it’s October 27th release date, and HOT DAMN, what a great record for all those old school death metal fans!

Just one day after the release of the full album, Autopsy world premiered the video for the opening track, Rabid Funeral and it is definitely a horror movie fan’s dream!

Check it out below! *WARNING* This music video is NOT for the faint hearted!

Press Release:

Celebrate the continuation of this disgusting new era of Autopsy and the release of “Ashes, Organs Blood & Crypts”. Lock your doors, grab that popcorn, and prepare for the premiere of album opener ‘Rabid Funeral’. Fright night is here. NOT FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED!!!

“Thanks to the maniacs at Rabidog, we have a sick little film to accompany our audio assault on your eyes, ears and twisted mind itself.

This is exactly the kind of movie we would have rented back in the day, watched over and over and returned with certain spots stretched out from excessive rewinding and rewatching. We probably would have written a song about it as well, but now we don’t have to!”

Chris Reifert

Collaborating with Rabidog Films, Murray Media, Haunt Manor and the Butcher Shop FX studio, the band very much bring the dead to life and pay homage to the likes of House of a 1000 Corpses, Wrong Turn and the ghoulish cannibal inspired classic that is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Autopsy deliver their own flavour of Grindhouse terror.

By Courtney Ware

Lead photographer, art director, sometimes editor, and writer for ZrockR Magazine- I am a mother, wife, photographer and a metalhead. Las Vegas Native. I first picked up a camera at 12 years old and I have been carrying one around ever since. I have an incredibly deep connection and love for my Las Vegas local music scene, this is where I first fell in love with music photography and knew that this is what I wanted to be doing with my time here on this planet. I say I'm a metalhead but I really love all kinds of music, I just connect the most with metal. Concerts are my happy place, and the happiest you'll ever see me is at a show with my camera in hand!

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