Ebay.  Die Hard. Axl Rose's strange decision to get dreadlocks.

All of these things, believe it or not, are younger than Autopsy, who have existed at the heart of the American death metal scene for more than two decades.

Officially released yesterday, All Tomorrow’s Funerals is the latest chapter in the amazing history of these legends. This release contains new studio tracks recorded in late 2011 -- including a re-recorded version of classic oldie "Mauled to Death" -- plus all of Autopsy's past EP's and rarities, specially remastered by the band itself. All told, that is 22 Autopsy tracks that you need to add to your library.

And Invisible Oranges is here to help. In conjunction with Peaceville Records, we're giving away two copies of All Tomorrow's Funerals; one on vinyl and another on CD (we'll choose two winners -- one for each format). To enter to win, tell us in the comments below why you love Autopsy and how you define their their influence on death metal. This contest will end at midnight on Wednesday, March 7. You must have a mailing address in the continental US or Canada to enter.

— Kelly Kettering