Fit For An Autopsy push their creative boundaries with "Two Towers" - Knotfest

Fit For An Autopsy push their creative boundaries with “Two Towers”

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in News on January 6, 2022

The latest single showcases the diversity of the band’s forthcoming ‘Oh What the Future Holds’

Gearing up to launch their sixth full length offensive, Jersey brutalizers Fit For An Autopsy have unveiled their fourth serving from their January 14th LP, Oh What The Future Holds.

The latest in a succession of singles that showcase the band’s corrosive brand of brutality takes a different, albeit equally effective approach. “Two Towers” contrasts the previous fits of explosion with that of a slow burn that inevitably builds to raging inferno.

The spoke about the mindset that went into such a weighty track.

“Conceptually, ‘Two Towers’ is an abstract story which follows the journey of your past self and future self, and the forces that pull them apart,” FFAA explains. “Realizing the impossible concept of them meeting, one is faced with the reality of accepting the things you cannot change. It’s a little out of the box for us, but it was challenging and fun to create a unique song for the record. Shout out to director Frankie Nasso and his team for the animated video that brought this story to life.”

The single punctuates a series of showings from an album that makes a convincing assertion that the band has achieved a new creative threshold. Previous singles in “Pandora,” “Far From Heaven” and “In Shadows” amount to a menacing amalgam that emphasizes the technicality and spectacle of metal with the ethos and sensibility of hardcore. “Two Towers” presents the kind of contrast stylistically that underscores FFAA’s mode of attack is as dynamic as it is devastating.

The latest track arrives just as Fit For An Autopsy make their return to the road. The band is currently trekking the United States along with Enterprise Earth, Ingested, Signs of the Swarm, and Great American Ghost. A complete list of dates and venues can be found below.

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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