Debut Album Natural Causes Out Now on Napalm Records
AUDIOTOPSY, the powerhouse foursome featuring guitarist Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne, Hell Yeah), drummer Matt McDonough (Mudvayne), vocalist Billy Keeton (Skrape) and bassist Perry Stern will be returning to the road this summer in support of their debut album Natural Causes that was released last year via Napalm Records. The tour begins September 9th in West Palm Beach, FL and will wrap up October 2nd in Atlanta, GA
The band’s new video for “L.Y.L.A.B.” is available for viewing HERE!
“Here are the dates for our Natural Causes Tour in September!!! Also check out our video for the song ‘L.Y.L.A.B’. Request it on your Local Radio Station! Cheers!” Tribbs..
Self-produced at The Porch Studio in Orlando, Florida with engineer Tim Laud, the guys maintained their singular perspective with Natural Causes. Merging intricate instrumentation with a seamless knack for melody, they conjured up a style as heavy as it is hypnotic.
Natural Causes is available on iTunes HERE. The album is also available in special bundle packages directly from the band HERE.
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