Fit For An Autopsy – The Great Collapse Tour – Tickets – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL – June 21st, 2017

Fit For An Autopsy - The Great Collapse Tour

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Fit For An Autopsy - The Great Collapse Tour

Tombs

Wed · June 21, 2017

7:00 pm

$15.00 - $18.00

This event is all ages

Fit For An Autopsy
Fit For An Autopsy
Corrupt politicians, manipulative mainstream media, government surveillance, mass shootings, clean water shortages, religious warfare, aggressive agribusiness, climate change, GMOs and a whole host of mind-numbing problems certainly make it feel like humankind is "going to hell in a hand basket," as they say. There may be nothing that can be done about it at this point. But at least we have a killer soundtrack.

Death metal often chooses to deal in devils, demons and horror-movie inspired gore. "Deathcore" detours into broken relationships and introspective issues, much like its scene cousins in Metalcore and alt-rock. Fit For An Autopsy blaze their own path, opting to address the dirty, gritty and grimy reality of modern day life. There's no fantasy, no plaintive odes to lost love. This music is hell.

The group's seething contempt for modern society is rivaled only by the sonic bombardment dropped upon the unsuspecting all over Hellbound, a record that is equal parts challenging and engaging. It's an album designed to make people feel uncomfortable, while at the same time, counter-intuitively soothed by its catharsis. Criminals, junkies and the systems that fail them; deadbeat parents; poisoned food; BS celebrities and false idols; they've all led humanity here. Hellbound draws a line in the sand. It's a declaration that even it's all going down the proverbial drain likeminded individuals can take some solace in the expression of shared rage.
Tombs
Tombs
TOMBS tap into the infinite well of emotion and expression on their astounding new full-length Path of Totality. Recorded by John Congleton (Baroness, Explosions in the Sky), Path of Totality is a massive step forward in songwriting and scope for the trio. Path of Totality finds TOMBS achieving what their previous recordings had always hinted at – an ultimately heavy and nuanced fusion of their disparate influences. "Bloodletters" and "Constellations" see the band flex its prodigious muscle; "Vermillion" and "Cold Dark Eyes" wrap arms of blackened misery around the listener, while the profound sadness of "Silent World" and "Passageways" further explores the trio's UK post-punk influences. With Path of Totality, TOMBS has come into their own as one of the finest heavy bands in the world.
Venue Information:
The Orpheum
1915 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL, 33605
http://www.theorpheum.com/