SIX FEET UNDER: 'Commandment' Lands On German, Austrian Charts

SIX FEET UNDER's new album, "Commandment", has entered the German chart at position No. 58 and the Austrian chart at No. 70.

SIX FEET UNDER's video for the track "Ghosts of the Undead" has been posted online at YouTube. The track comes off the "Commandment", which was released in the U.S. on April 17 via Metal Blade Records.

In a recent interview with Mark Carras of RockMyMonkey.com, SIX FEET UNDER bassist Terry Butler stated about the CD, "I would say, if I had to describe the new style, it would be 'Maximum Violence' meets 'Haunted'. . . I'm really psyched about it. I really liked it. We had a good writing experience. We wrote all the music in the studio and it just flowed through. It's pretty upbeat the whole time, but there's some really catchy, groovy riffs. I think SFU fans are going to like it a lot, especially some of the older, the people who've been around for a long time listening to us, it will satisfy them. The last couple records we've kind of, I don't want to say gotten off our style, but we've always tried to be a little bit different. We didn't want to always just put ten records that sounded like 'Haunted'. So we just kind of, I don't want to say experimented, but we just kind of messed around a little bit, certain styles, but I think this is kind of back to what our fans would expect."

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