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For those who think America can’t hold its own next to its Norwegian death metal counterparts, check out Undead. This is easily the band’s most ferocious recording since 1999’s Maximum Violence. It's also the first (and last) to feature Chimera's Rob Arnold, who quit and was replaced by Ola Englund on the very same day that Metal Blade Records released the album. The first cut, “Frozen at the Moment of Death,” is an instantaneous barrage of pummeling, thunderous rhythms and winding guitar distortion that build a brutal altar for Chris Barnes’ feral, guttural growls. In the following “Formaldehyde,” Barnes’ larynx-shredding recalls the angst-spitting snarls during his tenure with Cannibal Corpse. Other standout moments include the call-and-response guitar dual in “Blood on My Hands” and the hardcore attack in “Reckless,” as well as a lower vocal range exercised in “Delayed Combustion Device.” With all the talk of an impending zombie apocalypse, it’s refreshing to hear Barnes bark an alternative concern in “Vampire Apocalypse.”

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A new beginning for Six Feet Under !

First, let me say that I’m a fan of SFU since day one. I bought the Haunted album the day that it came out back in 1995. I always had been a fan of Chris Barnes unique vocal and twisted lyrics. When I heard that there was a line-up change, I've saw this as an opportunity for the band to make a fresh start with the possibility to add a level of complexity that was not possible before. Don't get me wrong, I love what Terry and Greg (previous bassist and drummer) brought to SFU, but they were not at the same technical level then, let say, Cannibal Corpse (Chris Barnes previous Band). When I learned that the new lineup played some old Cannibal Corpse during the latest SFU show, I knew that their next Album would be something different.

The new drummer, Kevin Talley, bring a new complexity and aggression that is just awesome. The songs are fast, brutal and we still have some slower, groovy parts that made Six feet under sound so unique in the Death metal genre. Formaldehyde, the first track made available for streaming, immediately hooked me up with it speed and blast beat, I don't recall being hooked on a song as fast as I was with this one.

My favorite tracks so far are: Formaldehyde, 18 Days, Missing victims, Delayed Combustion device, Frozen at the moment of death and The depths of depravity. In fact the whole album is good, Vampire Apocalypse might be my least favorite, but still it's a good track with a catchy harmonic riff.

Don't hesitate to buy this album; if you're already a fan of SFU, you are in for quite a ride. If you're not a fan yet... it won't take long!

Best SFU album ever !!!

Solid choice - worth every cent. \m/ \m/

Eric's got it nailed. Great release from SFU, got all their releases and can't say there's a weak moment on any of them, this one's no exception.

Buy it and then play the heck out of it. I did.


Eric you stole my words Xd im reklessly bashing my head on my iphone waiting impatently for every song to download


Formed: 1995

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Originally a side project for Cannibal Corpse vocalist Chris Barnes and former Obituary guitarist Allen West, Six Feet Under eventually became a full-time proposition when friction between Barnes and his other bandmates became too much to bear. Featuring ex-Death bassist Terry Butler and drummer Greg Gall in the rhythm section, Six Feet Under issued their debut album, Haunted, in 1995. Barnes subsequently quit Cannibal Corpse, and Six Feet Under issued the stopgap EP Alive and Dead in 1996 to tide...
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