SIX FEET UNDER: 'OctoberDeath' Tour 'Postponed'

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

"Unfortunately, our upcoming OctoberDeath tour of Spain, Italy, France and Portugal has been postponed due to reasons beyond the band's control.

"SIX FEET UNDER would like to apologize to our fans and we hope the dates will be rescheduled in the near future. Again, our sincere apologies to all and we look forward to seeing everyone out on the road once new dates have been locked down."

Affected dates:

Oct. 22 - Recanati, Italy - Extra Club
Oct. 23 - Pinarella Di Cervia, Italy - Rock Planet
Oct. 24 - Rome, Italy - Alpheus
Oct. 25 - Goriza, Italy - Pieffe Factory
Oct. 27 - Marseille, France - Le Korigan
Oct. 28 - Barcelona, Spain - Razzmatazz 2
Oct. 29 - Madrid, Spain - Ritmo And Compas
Oct. 30 - Corroios, Portugal - Cine Teatro Corrios
Oct. 31 - Bergara, Spain - Jam

The third installment of SIX FEET UNDER's cover series, "Graveyard Classics 3", sold around 800 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 31 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

Released on January 19 via Metal Blade Records, "Graveyard Classics 3" was recorded at D.O.I. Digital Audio in Tampa, Florida, was mixed at Audiohammer Studios by Mark Lewis, and was produced by vocalist Chris Barnes.

SIX FEET UNDER covered AC/DC's entire "Back In Black" album for "Graveyard Classics 2", which came out in October 2004.

The original "Graveyard Classics" LP, was released in October 2000. It included cover versions of BLACK SABBATH's "Sweet Leaf", DEEP PURPLE's "Smoke on the Water" and JIMI HENDRIX's "Purple Haze".


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