SIX FEET UNDER Make 'Rock 'N' Roll History' With Their New Album

SIX FEET UNDER have completed work on "Graveyard Classics 2" at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida with Chris Carroll mixing. "Recording and mixing went better than we hoped and I couldn't be happier not only because I feel that this is our finest sounding CD to date, but also because what we have done on this CD has never been attempted in the history of rock 'n' roll thus far," SIX FEET UNDER vocalist Chris Barnes writes on the band's web site. "I know that's a bold statement… and I know I'll get ripped to shreds for making it, so that's all I'll say for now. You'll know what I mean soon enough. Also to all our fans, thank you for your devotion, we will see you soon. To all the SFU haters, we will see you soon."

SIX FEET UNDER's "Graveyard Classics 2" is scheduled for release on September 7 through Metal Blade Records.


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