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Six Feet Under stream “Invader” (Judas Priest cover)

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 6:12 PM (PST)


Florida Death metallers Six Feet Under are preparing to release their fourth installment in their series of cover albums Graveyard Classics.

This album will be called Graveyard Classics: The Number of the Priest and will feature covers of, you guest it, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest songs.

Graveyard Classics: The Number of the Priest will be released on May 27 via Metal Blade Records.

Stream “Invader”, check out the tracklist for Graveyard Classics: The Number of the Priest and Six Feet Under tour dates here.

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It’s an “Open Coffin Orgy” with Six Feet Under

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 6:30 PM (PST)


Chris Barnes has always been controversial, whether spewing gore lyrics or for his personality (see the feud with the awesome Cattle Decapitation) . Whatever your take on Barnes, his new track “Open Coffin Orgy” is the funnest SFU song in a long time. SIX FEET UNDER, will release their eleventh studio recording this Spring via Metal Blade Records. The album is called Crypt Of The Devil, a collaboration between Chris Barnes and Cannabis Corpse bassist/vocalist Phil “Landphil” Hall. I have high hopes for it, since Phil Hall is the man and writes awesome shit. I’ve always retained some measure of appreciation for SFU due to Barnes collaboration with Karyn Crisis on “Sick and Twisted”. J’adore Karyn and it’s just a classic really underground death metal track.

This new song starts off almost with like a half time Ministry riff re-cast in a death metal mold, though as it progresses things get more active guitar-wise. Some great stuff on this very heavy and at times humorous track. Wanna be serial killers who smoke weed on couches are stoked! Shit, I’m stoked! Check “Open Coffin Orgy” out HERE.

While on tour with Cannabis Corpse in 2013, Barnes and Hall met and kept in touch. Barnes would later lend his vocals to a track on Cannabis Corpse’s From Wisdom To Baked. That same year, Hall and Barnes joined forces to pen brand new SIX FEET UNDER tracks. Barnes lauds Hall’s take on the SIX FEET UNDER style of death metal and stated that this material was, “where my wheelhouse is – it’s where I thrive vocally and lyrically.”

Side Note: Barnes took to London Bridge Studio (Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains etc.) in his new base of operations in Seattle, Washington to record vocals and in fact holed himself up in the very same booth where Layne Staley tracked his words. 



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Six Feet Under announce new drummer

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, May 31, 2013 at 10:03 AM (PST)

SixFeetUnderTampa death metal band Six Feet Under have announced that they parted ways with drummer Kevin Talley and have replaced him former Brain Drill drummer Marco Pitruzzella. Pitruzzella will make his debut appearance with the band at Scion Rock Fest on Saturday, June 1, 2013.

Frontman Chris Barnes had the following to say:
“I’m proud to announce a new addition to the ranks of Six Feet Under. Replacing drummer Kevin Talley is our new friend and cohort, Marco Pitruzzella. Marco has worked with Jeff Hughell in their former band, Brain Drill, and is such an amazing talented and great guy. I’m very excited having him in the band and can’t wait to take the stage with Marco this Saturday in Memphis for Scion Rock Fest! 

“It was good working with Kevin Talley for the past couple of years, but we are very ready and extremely focused on moving the band forward with a new, more stable and permanent lineup for writing as well as touring. Be prepared to be shredded! See you all soon!”

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New Music: Six Feet Under – “Neuro Osmosis”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 6:44 PM (PST)

SixFeetUnder-UnbornTampa death metal heads Six Feet Under have released another new song from their upcoming alum Unborn.  The song is called “Neuro Osmosis” and the album is due out March 19th under Metal Blade.

You can find the track streaming via right here.

Unborn will be the follow up to last year’s Undead and is the band’s tenth studio album.  You can find the first single called “Zombie Blood Curse” right here.

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SixFeetUnder-UnbornTampa death metalheads Six Feet Under have just announced that their tenth full-length album, Unborn, will be released March 19th on Metal Blade.

Vocalist Chris Barnes (also the founding vocalist of Cannibal Corpse) had this to say about the record:

“The journey to create, write, and record Undead [SFU’s 2012 record] and Unborn has been the most challenging and exciting musical endeavor and process I have ever been involved with. Working with all these amazing writers and musicians like Ben Savage (Whitechapel) on songs like “Neuro Osmosis” and “Fragment” are some of the most dynamic, beautiful, and brutal songs I’ve ever had the pleasure of putting lyrics to… It was also a lot of fun working Jari Laine from Torture Killer again. We wrote a great album together a few years back called SWARM! –one of my favorite releases I’ve been involved with– and Jari is someone who I have really wanted to work with again ever since. I wanted to revisit collaborating with Jari because of how well we work together; proof of that on Unborn are the hook heavy sounds of songs like “Zombie Blood Curse” and “Incision.””

Check out the lyric video for the first cut released from the album, “Zombie Blood Curse” here.

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The record label that has brought you such awesomeness as Gwar, Amon Amarth, Cannibal Corpse, and of course the Goo-Goo Dolls, is hosting a free show to celebrate it’s 30th Anniversary.  The event is being held Saturday September 15, 2012 at The Glass House in Pomona, CA and basically you need to RSVP for the event by clicking here, and then you need to make sure to get there super early since admission is limited to capacity.  If you make it in you’ll get to see Six Feet Under, Cattle Decapitation, Battlecross, Gypsyhawk, and Pilgrim for the awesome price of free.

It’s been a long road for Metal Blade and a lot of their sucess has been attributed to working with just about any band that they like, no matter what they sound like.  Founder Brian Slagel has been quoted as saying:

“To this day if I really like a band and if the staff really like it then no matter what they sound like we want to work with them, I’ve always liked a wide variety of sounds in metal, which I think is reflected in our roster, and I’ve never gotten into trying to sign a lot of bands that sound the same. I would personally rather find something that nobody else has heard of before, something that’s really different from what’s going on, and put that out.”

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Six Feet Under announces more tour dates

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at 1:34 PM (PST)

Six Feet Under has announced the addition of more dates to their 2012 “European Undead Tour”. The band will be out in support of their latest project Undead.

To see a full list of new dates click here.

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Album Review: Six Feet Under – “Undead”

Posted by Allred on Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 7:36 PM (PST)

Let’s face it, regardless of what Six Feet Under do or don’t do, your opinion of them is most likely made up and has been so for some time. Having been steadily active for the past seventeen years, the band has made a style of playing no frills, bare bones death metal. The problem is that with eight previous studio albums under their belt, only three would I deem worthy of owning, i.e. Haunted, Maximum Violence, and 2008’s Death Rituals.

Personally, I’ve maintained the opinion, through the last dozen years, that SFU needed to either light a fire under their collective asses, or instigate a line-up change by adding and/or replacing some members. Surprisingly, that is exactly what happened last year when longtime members, Greg Gall and Terry Butler, left the band. The band quickly replaced Gall with none other than Kevin Talley (Dying Fetus, Misery Index, Chimaira, and Daath), who brought along Chimaira guitarist, Rob Arnold and Matt DeVries, to fill in the role of bassist, joining Chris Barnes and longtime guitarist, Steve Swanson. It is worth noting that DeVries left before the recording of Undead, leaving Arnold to handle bass duties as well. The new additions the band was now boasting sparked an exciting and increased interest in SFU, causing fans and critics alike to wonder where the new material would lay. So, is Undead, the ninth full-length album from Six Feet Under, everything and more that SFU fans have hoped for? Is it their best material ever? Will this release silence their critics forever? Well, yes and ultimately, no. Get the full explanation here.

Six Feet Under welcome new guitarist

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 1:37 PM (PST)

Six Feet Under has a new rhythm guitarist– Ola Englund. Englund will be making his first official appearance with the band when they hit the road next month on the 18 Nights of Blood Tour. Englund is taking the place of former Six Feet Under drummer Rob Arnold.

To see comments from the band click here.

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Cover Art Battle: Viscera, Smoke, & Steel

Posted by JDKleinhans on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 7:39 PM (PST)

Welcome to Metal Riot’s Cover Art Battle! Every week we try and show the best-of-the-best in metal cover art, ranging from the fantastically illustrated to hauntingly photographed and everything in between.

I know I say it every week, but damn… what another phenomenal week of cover art. As I prepare each week’s battle, I usually know what cover I’m going to vote for by the time I post it. I don’t think that’s going to happen this week. To see what I’m talking about head on over here and get voting. Spread the good word.

***WINNER*** Affector – Harmagedon (InsideOut)

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Full Album Stream: Six Feet Under – “Undead”

Posted by SeanB on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 8:32 AM (PST)

Legendary death metal band Six Feet Under are streaming their entire upcoming album Undead through Decibel Magazine right now.  As most of you hopefully know, Six Feet Under’s frontman Chris Barnes was the original singer for Cannibal Corpse, so he definitely gets automatic legendary status.  The band also has three new members since the last album, so expect quite a different sound when compared to past releases.

You can find Undead streaming right here.

Undead will be Six Feet Under’s ninth studio album and is due out May 22, 2012 on Metal Blade.

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Six Feet Under release second single from upcoming album “Undead”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 6:19 AM (PST)

Legendary death metal band Six Feet Under have released a new song called “Frozen At The Moment Of Death”.  This is the second single the band have released from their upcoming release titled Undead.

Click here to check out the song.

Undead will be the band’s ninth studio album and is due out May 22, 2012 on Metal Blade.  The first single called “18 Days” can be found right here.

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Lyric Video: Six Feet Under – “18 Days”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 at 8:09 AM (PST)

Death metal giants Six Feet Under have released a lyric video for the new track “18 Days”.  The song is taken from their upcoming album Undead.

Undead will be the band’s ninth studio album and is due out May 22, 2012 on Metal Blade. Vocalist Chris Barnes recently had this to say about the track:

“Lyrically this song is one of the more disturbing story lines on the album and may cause severe nausea. Warning.”

Click here to check out the video.

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Chris Barnes of Six Feet Under interviewed

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 3:53 PM (PST)

Chris Barnes, vocalist for the Floridian death metallers, Six Feet Under, was interviewed recently. In the interview he discusses the new line-up, writing the band’s new album, recording the new album, and more.

To check out the interview click here.

The band’s new album, “Undead,” will be released May 22nd through Metal Blade Records.

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More Florida Metal: Six Feet Under – “18 Days”

Posted by NichTheHair on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 2:53 PM (PST)

Death metal legends Six Feet Under have let another new song off its leash today. 18 Days is now streaming online. Six Feet Under will be releasing their ninth album, Undead, on May 22 via Metal Blade. Vocalist Chris Barnes admonishes: “Lyrically this song is one of the more disturbing story lines on the album and may cause severe nausea. Warning.”

Click here to listen to 18 Days.

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