Like every touring band the world over, New Jersey deathcore sextet Fit for an Autopsy are stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic and resulting social-distancing restrictions, which have shut down the live music circuit around the globe. The band — vocalist Joseph Badolato, guitarists Patrick Sheridan, Timothy Howley and Will Putney, bassist Peter Blue Spinazola and drummer Josean Orta Martinez — are hardly sitting on their hands, however. Far from it, they’ve just offered up a crushing new standalone single, the aptly titled “Fear Tomorrow.” Blast the song and check out its grim music video below
“‘Fear Tomorrow’ is a song we’ve been sitting on for some time but decided the moment was right to finish and release it,” the group commented in a joint statement. “To be fair, we’re not really a positive band and we never show you the light at the end of the tunnel, so don’t expect a happy ending here. FFAA uses music as an outlet to share its distaste for the world, and now we can all share that together — from a safe distance quarantined in our homes.”
“Fear Tomorrow” arrives on the heels of FFAA’s fifth and latest studio album, The Sea of Tragic Beasts, which the band dropped last October via Nuclear Blast Records worldwide and Human Warfare (AUS). The Sea of Tragic Beasts was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by the group’s own guitarist — and noted heavy-music producer — Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio in New Jersey. You can download and stream “Fear Tomorrow” here.