Six Feet Under album stream

2012-05-19 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 39 Comments
Decibel Magazine is currently streaming the new album from US death metallers Six Feet Under, which is titled Undead. The album will be physically released on May 22nd. Undead was produced by Mark Lewis (Deicide, Devildriver) and mixed by Jason Suecof (Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy) at Audio Hammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.

http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/streaming-six-feet-under-undead/

Tagged: Six Feet Under

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KILL
May 19th 2012
72673 Comments


gota check

Digging: Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase.

eleventhsun
May 19th 2012
1475 Comments


This band has typically been pretty crap. The single they released was laughable at best, I'm gonna guess this will be shit, don't even know if I should bother.

KILL
May 19th 2012
72673 Comments


jealous

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


Holy fuck. Six Feet Under is going deathcore? Damn.
Barnes vocals still suck. They have since around 2003.

eleventhsun
May 19th 2012
1475 Comments


^ Agree.

His vocals are what really make it hard to enjoy.

dijizztingengland
May 19th 2012
101 Comments


Keller, I don't think they're really that deathcore. Aside from the constant blast beat and pinch harmonics. If not for the solo, definitely deathcore.

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


What do you suppose happened to him to make him sound so awful, eleventhsun?

BassDemon333
May 19th 2012
3424 Comments


The music on this is such a massive improvement for the band cause of the new members but Barnes is still bringing it all down with the vocals.

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


Kick barnes out of his own band.

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


Especially Snap Your Fingers Snap Your Neck.


Mabbitt
May 19th 2012
1391 Comments


This band is so bad.

trilogique21
May 19th 2012
437 Comments


sucks. Rob Arnold is the only good thing about this album

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


If only it was Tom Arnold instead.

zaruyache
May 19th 2012
7881 Comments


AW YEEYUH BITCHES THE KINGS OF DEATH METAL RETUUUUUUURRRRRNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Digging: Ethereal Shroud - They Became the Falling Ash

FrozenVain
May 19th 2012
2541 Comments


Nah, this is lame.

BallsToTheWall
May 19th 2012
44805 Comments


Arent like half the current members of SFU from Chimaira?

Spec
May 19th 2012
27538 Comments


This good guys?

Digging: Jeff Rosenstock - We Cool?

zaruyache
May 19th 2012
7881 Comments


YEAH IT RULES CHRIS BARNES RULES

Devastator
May 19th 2012
2514 Comments


Is terrible.

Spec
May 19th 2012
27538 Comments


Okay 1/1 tiebreaker? Should I check this out?

Shuyin
May 19th 2012
12259 Comments


yea, its funny.

Wizard
May 19th 2012
19767 Comments


Barnes vocals still suck. They have since around 2003.

They have always sucked.

And I read a bunch of reviews for this where they said this was a huge technical improvement. Sounds like some diarrhea off of Black Dahlia Murder or some horrible band like that.

Digging: Leviathan - Scar Sighted

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 19th 2012
6511 Comments


Listened to four songs already, this is the definition of average so far.

Digging: Trial (SWE) - Vessel

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments


No they haven't always sucked. They deteriorated.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 19th 2012
6511 Comments


Their debut was okay.

Kellerdeck
May 19th 2012
1881 Comments



He was good in Cannibal Corpse.

zaruyache
May 19th 2012
7881 Comments


"Huge technical improvement"


lol. Wake me up when they start sounding like Decapitated.

eleventhsun
May 19th 2012
1475 Comments


I honestly think his vocals have always sucked Kellerdeck.

He is the definition of "cookie monster" growls.

Shuyin
May 19th 2012
12259 Comments


sharpening my knife for you flutter

Shuyin
May 19th 2012
12259 Comments


oh dont worry, i can be very creative with it.

Shuyin
May 19th 2012
12259 Comments


12 albums full of ideas anyway

Shuyin
May 19th 2012
12259 Comments


each with around 11 songs.. thats only 132 ways you can die.

plus the EPs

Imperial
May 19th 2012
1742 Comments


Haha the vocals are so bad. White guys with dread locks!

Mabbitt
May 19th 2012
1391 Comments


idk, the vocals are at least better than on those god awful graveyard classics albums

The7thVermicide
May 19th 2012
925 Comments


Ughhhh

Wizard
May 20th 2012
19767 Comments


His vocals have always sucked, stop pretending they were good at one point.

Kellerdeck
May 20th 2012
1881 Comments


They were.

The7thVermicide
May 20th 2012
925 Comments


At least in the mid and late 90's Six Feet Under was tolerable, after they released more shitty albums and the infamous graveyard classics saga the respect for these guys went downhill

SteelErectedb4you8er
May 21st 2012
2620 Comments


People who think Corpsegrinder sucks have it all wrong. But yeah, Chris Barnes vocals are really annoying it sucks, but I do enjoy his hellride music site...he should do something different maybe.



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