Watch Fit For An Autopsy Cause Total Insanity At A Small Brooklyn Dive Bar
The K! Pit shows we’ve hosted at local Brooklyn dive bar The Gutter have featured several types of sonic destruction — Knocked Loose brought the kinetic hardcore, Daughters brought the imbalanced noise rock, and Torche brought some thick-ass riffs. But for our latest K! Pit — where a select group of diehard fans get to watch their favorite bands in a tiny dive bar setting — we decided that instead of one style or another, we wanted them all at once, in a deluge of pure sonic destruction. That’s why we were overjoyed when Fit For An Autopsy agreed to come play the Gutter’s back room — and thankfully, the band did not disappoint.
Not that Fit For An Autopsy have ever been anything other than impressive. Over the course of four albums, the New Jersey sextet have expanded the concept of deathcore, adding new levels of melody and meaning to the scene and forsaking the cliches and predictable patterns that so many bands seem to embrace. The pinnacle of this is their upcoming fifth studio release, The Sea Of Tragic Beasts, which drops this Friday on Nuclear Blast — an awesome feat in part because guitarist Will Putney wrote it while producing some of 2019’s best new albums.
Watch Fit For An Autopsy lay waste to the K! Pit below:
Fit For An Autopsy’s The Sea Of Tragic Beasts comes out October 25 on Nuclear Blast, and is available for preorder.
If that’s not enough for you, check out our other Brooklyn K! Pit shows:
- Norma Jean in The K! Pit
- Watch Torche in The K! Pit
- Watch Vein in The K! Pit
- Watch Knocked Loose in The K! Pit
- Watch Sacred Reich in The K! Pit
- Watch Sum 41 in The K! Pit
- Watch Baroness in The K! Pit
- Watch Sharptooth in The K! Pit
- Watch Daughters in The K! Pit
- Watch Jesus Piece in The K! Pit
Meanwhile, for more unadulterated brutality, make sure to catch Fit For An Autopsy on their upcoming tour at one of the following dates:
24—Brooklyn, NY — St. Vitus
25—Hamden, CT — Space Ballroom
26—Philadelphia, PA — Voltage Lounge
27—Frederick, MD — Café 611
28—Chapel Hill, NC — Local 506
29—Nashville, TN — The End
30—Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
01—Tampa, FL — Crowbar
02—Orlando, FL — Soundbar
04—Austin, TX — Come and Take It Live!
05—Dallas, TX — Gas Monkey
06—El Paso, TX — Rockhouse
07—Mesa, AZ — Club Red
08—Los Angeles, CA — 1720
09—Fresno, CA — Full Circle Brewing Co.
10—Sacramento, CA — Holy Diver
12—Portland, OR — Paris Theater
13—Seattle, WA — El Corazon
15—Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
16—Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater
17—Kansas City, MO — Riot Room
19—St. Louis, MO — Fubar
20—St. Paul, MN — Turf Club
21—Chicago, IL — Cobra Lounge
22—Detroit, MI — The Sanctuary
23—Rochester, NY — Montage Music Hall
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