New Six Feet Under Song
2012-04-09 by Jeremy Bentham | 16 Comments
Death metal band Six Feet Under have released a new song entitled "Formaldehyde". The song serves as the first single from their new album Undead, which is scheduled for a May 22nd release. This is the first song by the band to feature the new lineup of Chris Barnes, Steve Swanson, new Drummer Kevin Talley, new Guitarist Rob Arnold, and new Bassist Jeff Hughell.

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BassDemon333
April 9th 2012
3420 Comments


Undead Track Listing


01. Frozen At the Moment of Death
02. Formaldehyde
03. 18 Days
04. Molest Dead
05. Blood On My Hands
06. Missing Victims
07. Reckless
08. Near Death Experience
09. Delayed Combustion Device
10. The Scar
11. Vampire Apocalypse
12. The Depths of Depravity

MMX
April 9th 2012
4881 Comments


why

ManintheBox
April 10th 2012
874 Comments


Instrumentally great....Vocally..Damn it Chris!!1!

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FearThyEvil
April 10th 2012
12873 Comments


Most likely SUCKS.

zaruyache
April 10th 2012
7617 Comments


I've heard some lulzy vocals in extreme metal, but lol Chris Barnes.

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LTDA
April 10th 2012
281 Comments


fuck barnes

Devastator
April 10th 2012
2514 Comments


"Molest Dead" what is up with these death metal bands having titles out of a porn-grind band? First Job for a cowboy now this. Oh and the song sucks, vocals are baaaaadddddd.

YouGotLucky
April 10th 2012
946 Comments


this band sometimes has some groovy guitar but his vocals turn it into a comedy skit.

YouGotLucky
April 10th 2012
946 Comments


their only good song is probably ''seed of filth'' that song kicks ass

Devastator
April 10th 2012
2514 Comments


"Vampire Apocalypse", sounds like a scene girls wet dream.

AllGabrielsAreGlass
April 10th 2012
431 Comments


Still one of the shittest bands to be labeled Death Metal.

KILL
April 10th 2012
72541 Comments


sounds better than most of their stuff since haunted, but meh

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Hawks
April 10th 2012
35862 Comments


"Molest Dead" what is up with these death metal bands having titles out of a porn-grind band?

That's not even a bad title. What are you crying about?

xfearbefore
April 10th 2012
1286 Comments


Thought this was something to do with the TV show, am disappointed. Such an awesome show.

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BassDemon333
April 10th 2012
3420 Comments


I'm expecting the music on this to rule cause of Rob Arnold and Kevin Talley in the band now but Barnes might bring it down, his vocals on this track weren't as bad as some of the other SFU stuff though

The7thVermicide
April 10th 2012
925 Comments


At least is not one of the Graveyard Classics , that trilogy is a crime against makind itself .But is still something mediocre ,Chris Barnes should stop smoking weed.



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