Autopsy - Fiend For Blood MLP (Black vinyl)
The music is a blend of death, grind and doom. They essentially switch it up in each placement: one moment it's centered, the next it's unruly or at another it's dark and wavy. For the most part the guitars aren't continuously chugged and in certain areas they might only take a few notes and play them with the simplicity of a grind-like fashion or more closer to its precursor hardcore. Then there are some structured moments that work the fret board a little more and turn out to be somewhat progressive, or even dark and atmospheric for what most people are used to with a death metal band. So, there are moments that lean on aggression, and then others that take it down a notch and are going for more complex playing or just simply a mood. An easier way to understand the manner in which Autopsy does it in is something like running your finger in appreciation over the surface texture of a finished painting, and then for whatever reason putting your fist right through the canvas. They end up doing both here: craft a dark or weaving scenario and then have the tendency to ravage it.