Shortly after the release of Mental Funeral, Autopsy went back into the studio to begin working on another EP, Fiend for Blood, which arrived in stores in early '92. The band immediately went back into the studio to work on their third full length, Acts of the Unspeakable, which hit stores later that year. A difficult US tour followed, during which the band agreed to go their separate ways after recording one final album. Work began on the farewell set at the tour's end, and Shitfun arrived in stores in early '95. The album
would be Autopsy's last release of new material for fourteen years. Reifert and Corrales would continue to work together in the hardcore punk band Abscess while Autopsy was on hiatus.
In 2008, Reifert reconvened Autopsy for a short time to record a pair of tracks for a reissue of the band's debut effort. The reunion was short-lived, however, as Reifert and Corrales returned to Abscess. A 2009 performance at the Maryland Deathfest was the only other Autopsy activity until June 2010, when Abscess disbanded and Autopsy was revived on a permanent basis. An EP entitled The Tomb Within was released just three months later, and a new full length, Macabre Eternal, surfaced in May of 2011. A sixth full length entitled The Headless Ritual arrived in 2013, and a seventh entitled Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves is slated for release on April 29th, 2014.
Spanning an impressive 27 years and counting, the discography of Autopsy includes seven full length sets, three EPs, two live albums, a pair of DVDs and numerous demos and compilations. Click Here for a detailed look at the