Fit For An Autopsy Spill One Last Single ‘Two Towers’ Before Release Day

Fit For An Autopsy are getting fired up for their big release day next week, namely the unveiling of their 2022 studio record Oh What The Future Holds, and they’ve given us one last taste of what the album holds, with the release of a final single titled ‘Two Towers‘.

The track is the New Jersey outfit’s fourth reveal from their upcoming LP, due on January 14th via Human Warfare. In case you missed it, ‘Two Towers’ comes after virtuosic songs ‘In Shadows, ‘Pandoraand ‘Far From Heaven‘.

Here’s what Fit For An Autopsy shared about ‘Two Towers’:

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.

Realising 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.”

Two Towers’ may be an album favourite for many reasons. The near-six-minute track fuses experimental clean vocals with Fit For An Autopsy‘s signature riff mayhem and deathcore descension. The song has an X-factor about it, one that encapsulates all of the best this band has to offer, all in one meal. It’ll get you absolutely pumped for release day, and maintain confidence that this will be the biggest Autopsy album to date.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Two Towershere

Pre-order Oh What The Future Holds here

Fit For An Autopsy - Oh What The Future Holds album review


Fit For An AutopsyOh What The Future Holds tracklisting

1. Oh What The Future Holds
2. Pandora
3. Far From Heaven
4. In Shadows
5. Two Towers
6. A Higher Level Of Hate
7. Collateral Damage
8. Savages
9. Conditional Healing
10. The Man That I Was Not


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Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.