Seven years ago today, IBM’s chess-playing supercomputer Deep Blue defeated the then-world champion chess grandmaster Gary Kasparov in a series of six games. If we put on our tinfoil conspiracy-theorist hats, then this was the day that the slow and eventual machine takeover of humanity really begun. With that in mind, we’re taking a break from building our survival anti-Skynet bunker to put together this week’s Slaylist of future-fearing machine-war heavy metal.
Fit For An Autopsy
Over the past year, Fit For An Autopsy has grown into a monster. With a few member changes and a new outlook on the music they want to create, FFAA will carve their name into the backs of every venue they play. New singer Nate Johnson, (former member of Deadwater Drowning, Premonitions of War, Since the Flood, and many others), bass player Seth (ex-Acacia Strain), drummer Brian (ex-Forgetting Tomorrow) along with original members Will (ex-Signed With Hate Read more on Last.fm
Fit For An Autopsy on Thrash Hits
September 11th, 2013
On this week’s Cloudcast, we’ve got taster-tracks from four of this week’s best new releases, as well as this week’s Future Hits inductee, Palm, and a song connected to he biggest news story in metal this week: Robb Flynn throwing his toys out the pram at Avenged Sevenfold.