SIX FEET UNDER's latest album, "Bringer Of Blood", has shifted 4,305 copies in the U.S. during its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan, landing at position No. 22 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart, No. 43 on the Top Hard Music Albums chart (the highest-debuting independent release), and No. 22 on the Hard Music Core Stores chart.On the radio front, "Bringer Of Blood" debuted as No. 1 Most Added at CMJ Loud Rock & CMJ Crucial Spins, No. 2 Most Added at FMQB's Metal Detector, and No. 3 at R&R Specialty. SIX FEET UNDER's video for "Amerika The Brutal" is receiving massive recurrent airplay on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" program, and has been nominated in the "Best Video" category in Fuse TV's "Viewer's Choice" polls. Fans can vote for the video here. SIX FEET UNDER will headline North America's The Unnatural Born Killers Tour 2003, which launches in Tampa on October 16. Other bands appearing on the bill are SKINLESS, BEHEMOTH, and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER.
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