Annotations Of An Autopsy had a contract with Nuclear Blast between 2009 and 2010. During this time, they released the following album:

• II The Reign of Darkness (2010, info | shop)

Coming from the east coast. Annotations Of An Autopsy formed in late 2006 with the purpose of writing aggressive low end dirty death metal.

Annotations Of An Autopsy
Annotations Of An Autopsy
In 2007 Annotations released their debut ep ‘Welcome to sludge city’ which instantly made a mark in the online music scene finding its way to peoples ears throughout the world and off the back off it Annotations formed a huge fan base both this side of the Atlantic and across it. Annotations tour off of the back of the EP throughout 2007 achieving glowing reviews and playing to huge audiences. At the end of 2007 Annotations signed a deal with Siege Of Amida Records and Ferret Records worldwide. In 2008 Annotations released their debut album ‘Before The Throne Of Infection’ and received glowing reviews and press off of the back of it and has resulted in huge features in all the major metal magazines and have been describe as ‘’The first British death band to make a dent in the worldwide market since Carcass’’. Annotations have since then toured continuously to promote ‘Before The Throne Of Infection’ and have made their mark as one of if not THE most dominant force in the UK metal scene and a tight, aggressive live band. After touring the UK & Europe for the past year in support of their album , Annotations just completed their first ever American tour alongside Job For A Cowboy & Hate Eternal. Now, back from the US after 6 straight weeks of touring Annotations will be taking time off touring and working on their 2nd album, the follow up to 2008’s ‘Before The Throne Of Infection’ . In 2009 AOAA signed a worldwide deal with Legendary Major label Nuclear Blast records, The new album "II: The Reign Of Darkness" is now complete, the band will be entering the studio in July to record it at foel studio (Napalm Death, Electric wizard) and it will be released late 2009 via Nuclear Blast & SOAR