SIX FEET UNDER To Release New Album In March

Florida-based death metallers SIX FEET UNDER have set "13" as the title of their new CD, tentatively due in March via Metal Blade Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Decomposition of the Human Race", "Somewhere in the Darkness" and "The Poison Hand".

Commented singer Chris Barnes: "Just want to fill you all in... this new CD is fully mixed and mastered and after an all night session at the Hit Factory, finishing the mix and then a drive back to Tampa yesterday from Miami at 4am, only to start a photo session with Joe Giron starting yesterday at 11am and finishing up last nite at 9pm, I am sitting here right now cranking the fucking shit out of this motherfucker. It's full-on brutal death metal guys — I mean, heavy as fuck! The title track is on right now — this is the first CD I've done in a long time — probably since 'Maximum Violence' [1999] — that I'm just freaking out on. I don't know how we put this together, but we did and it's really, really incredible. Just had to share that with you this new CD will rip your fucking heads off. That's a promise!"

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