New Jersey six-piece FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY have just shared the video for the new song “Shepherd.” Watch it below.
“Enjoy ‘Shepherd,’ our tribute to the melodeath style of the early 2000s,” says guitarist Will Putney. “We filmed this fun little video in one take. It was four minutes in and out — and we got to pour garbage on [singer] Joe [Badolato] while making a statement about the environment. You just can’t beat that.”
FFAA will drop their upcoming fifth studio album, The Sea of Tragic Beasts, on October 25 via Nuclear Blast Records worldwide and Human Warfare (AUS).
The Sea of Tragic Beasts was produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Putney at Graphic Nature Audio in New Jersey. The artwork for the album was created by Adam Burke.
The Sea of Tragic Beasts is available for pre-order here and comes in the following formats: CD Jewel; Vinyl; Clear with White splatter vinyl (limited to 1000); Light Blue/Black swirl vinyl (limited to 750); and Blue Merge splatter vinyl (limited to 500).
Watch the official music video for “Mirrors,” directed by Max Moore, here.
Watch the official video for the title track here.
THE SEA OF TRAGIC BEASTS TRACK LISTING:
“The Sea of Tragic Beasts”
“No Man Is Without Fear”
“Your Pain Is Mine”
“Birds of Prey”
The band will hit the road this fall to support the release of The Sea of Tragic Beasts. The 26-date U.S. tour will kick off on October 24 in Brooklyn, NY and will make stops in Atlanta, Austin, and Los Angeles before concluding in Rochester, NY on November 23.
FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY ON TOUR:
10/24—Brooklyn, NY — St. Vitus
10/25—Hamden, CT — Space Ballroom
10/26—Philadelphia, PA — Voltage Lounge
10/27—Frederick, MD — Café 611
10/28—Chapel Hill, NC — Local 506
10/29—Nashville, TN — The End
10/30—Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
11/01—Tampa, FL — Crowbar
11/02—Orlando, FL — Soundbar
11/04—Austin, TX — Come and Take It Live!
11/05—Dallas, TX — Gas Monkey
11/06—El Paso, TX — Rockhouse
11/07—Mesa, AZ — Club Red
11/08—Los Angeles, CA — 1720
11/09—Fresno, CA — Full Circle Brewing Co.
11/10—Sacramento, CA — Holy Diver
11/12—Portland, OR — Paris Theater
11/13—Seattle, WA — El Corazon
11/15—Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
11/16—Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater
11/17—Kansas City, MO — Riot Room
11/19—St. Louis, MO — Fubar
11/20—St. Paul, MN — Turf Club
11/21—Chicago, IL — Cobra Lounge
11/22—Detroit, MI — The Sanctuary
11/23—Rochester, NY — Montage Music Hall