SIX FEET UNDER Begins Recording New Album

Florida-based death metallers SIX FEET UNDER have issued the following update:

"We have entered Morrisound Studios here in Tampa to begin recording our new CD!! It feels like coming back home!! Chris Carroll is at the helm, laying down the new tracks. Also, our old friend Bill Metoyer is helping out with recording the drums. It's awesome to have Bill with us on this one as you may know, he recorded our CD 'Warpath'.

"It's great to be back in the studio and we feel really psyched to lay these new songs down. They are some of the best stuff we have come up with, and can't wait for all of our fans to hear the new stuff!!"

SIX FEET UNDER's as-yet-untitled new album is expected before the end of the year via Metal Blade Records.

The band's video for the song "Doomsday" made its "Headbanger's Ball" debut last November. The clip was shot in August 2007 and was directed by Mario D. Framingheddu, who also helmed the group's previous video, "Ghosts of the Undead". According to the band, "The concept of the clip is pure fucking insanity on all levels. We were fortunate enough to work with Grady Stiles, a.k.a. Lobsterboy, who plays our main character. This has to be the creepiest clip we've ever filmed, from location, to storyline, to cast. It's totally fucked up!"

"Doomsday" video credits:

* Director: Mario D. Framingheddu
* Director of Photography: Kyle Walling
* Producer: Rachel Murray
* Starring: Grady Stiles and Joe Paez
* PA's: Joe Mendez, Sarah Murray and Gian Framingheddu

"Commandment" entered the German chart at position No. 58 and the Austrian chart at No. 70 upon its release in April 2007.

"Doomsday" video:


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