Fit for an Autopsy Songs Ranked

Fit for an Autopsy is an American deathcore band from Jersey City, New Jersey, formed in 2008. The band consists of guitarists Will Putney, Pat Sheridan, and Tim Howley, drummer Josean Orta, lead vocalist Joe Badolato, and bassist Peter “Blue” Spinazola. Fit for an Autopsy is currently signed to Nuclear Blast Records and has released five studio albums since its formation. The band released their first demo in 2008, followed a year later by the group’s first EP, Hell on Earth. In 2011, Fit for an Autopsy released their first full-length LP, The Process of Human Extermination. In September 2013, the band released their second album, Hellbound. Less than a year later, in April 2014, the band announced that vocalist Nate Johnson would be leaving the band. Greg Wilburn of the Devastated was immediately named as Johnson’s temporary replacement. Here are all of the Fit for an Autopsy songs ranked.

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10. The Great Gift of the World (Hellbound, 2013)

“The most beautiful thing about music (art in general) is that it is open to interpretation. What could mean something to you lyrically in particular could mean something entirely different to the lyricist.”

9. Murder In the First (Absolute Hope Absolute Hell, 2015)

“The vocalist delivers line after line of statements said at the edge of all sanity and the limits of human strength, and this is delivered again and again, layering into a punch that has less to do with some kind of generated aggression of brutal tone but instead baring an immensity of genuine inspiration.”

8. Children of the Corn Syrup (Hellbound, 2013)

“Heavy, pounding, brutal, excellent metal. The vocals are fantastic, the guitars are intricate and intense, the drums sound perfect and nothing is overdone. They use some clichés, breakdowns, blastbeats, etc., but they’re all done beautifully and so much better than anyone else does it.”

Fit For An Autopsy – Hellbound (2013, CD) - Discogs

7. There Is Nothing Here Worth Keeping (Hellbound, 2013)

“The drumming is a superb, The blastbeats are there but not overly done, groovy beats that just make you want to headbang, those double bass breaks. Breakdowns are there but don’t feel forced, bass drops add the extra layer of pure brutality.”

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6. The Executioner (The Process of Human Extermination, 2011)

“Fit for an Autopsy delivers a violent assault of punishing riffs, brutal vocals and phenomenal lyrics straight to your ears. When I think of my top favorite bands, FFAA is in the top 5. Nate Johnson vocals are perfect for the atmosphere of the band and are what really sets them apart from other Deathcore bands.”

5. The False Prophet (The Process of Human Extermination, 2011)

“Something about these guys is dynamic. Sans the overuse of repetitive, monastic, nauseating deathcore vocals, this record and Fit for an Autopsy’s other record have a particular bite, a sensible power, that resonates with me. “

Fit For An Autopsy – The Process Of Human Extermination (2011, CD) - Discogs

4. Iron Moon (The Great Collapse, 2017)

“The rhythm section carries a heavy jazz influence, the drums especially showing stellar diversity and melodic character. While chug-riffs sneak in-and-out in a natural flow, true breakdowns are rather sparse here, the band preferring to preserve their impact than oversaturate their music with them. But when they do hit, they hit HARD”

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3. Flatlining (The Great Collapse, 2017)

“The band delivers their material with a burning sincerity and passion, and their lyrical approach matches this dedication. Without getting too specific for the sake of critiquing the music and not soapboxing, the band covers poverty, war, climate change and current events with lyrics so beatifully tragic, so devastatingly defeated they can be a bit of a gut-punch.”

2. Absolute Hope Absolute Hell (Absolute Hope Absolute Hell, 2015)

“FFAA should be recognized as one of the kings of this genre. They have made work that transcends the times in which we live in, and should be remembered as a hallmark of actual respectable quality in an age of utterly disappointing trash.”

The Sea of Tragic Beasts - Album by Fit For An Autopsy | Spotify

1. Heads Will Hang (The Great Collapse, 2017)

“Great album, very hard to categorise. The vocals are guttural but understandable. The music is death metal but with lovely melodies, catchy and toe tapping at times.”