Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 7:10AM
Death metal behemoths SIX FEET UNDER recently returned home from the victorious 18 Nights Of Blood Tour. The short but ravaging trek marked the first live outing featuring newly recruited rhythm guitarist Ola Englund as well as bassist Jeff Hughell [ex-Brain Drill, ex-Vile] and systematically bludgeoned all in its path. Comments vocalist Chris Barnes: “Had a great time on the 18 Nights Of Blood Tour with Dying Fetus and Revocation! Thanks to everyone who made the tour a success! Good times! Dale yeah!” Check out Revolver’s live photo coverage of the band’s sold-out Whiskey A Go-Go show HERE.
In related news, Barnes recently talked to Decibelmagazine.com about the legalizing marijuana, hypocrisy, smoking rituals and other weedian topics in a special Independence Day post. Check it out HERE.
SIX FEET UNDER released their latest Undead full-length to North American ears via Metal Blade on May 22. Dubbed “…the best thing SFU have recorded since Maximum Violence…,” by Decibel, “…an album on which this new level of musicianship adds value without tarnishing SIX FEET UNDER’s legacy of brutality,” by Outburn, and “…an unearthly noise and glorious in its heaving absurdity,” by Terrorizer, Undead topped Billboard charts upon its first week of release and continues to sear the ears of fans and critics internationally.
“…it’s good to know that one of the world’s biggest Death Metal acts is still a commanding force of sonic destruction.” – PureGrainAudio
“One of the band's best records since the mid '90s, Undead gives SIX FEET UNDER the new life…” – Lambgoat
“What makes Undead work is a balance between the tooth grinding intensity of its blasts and the bone-strewn muck of its down-tempo bits.” — MetalSucks
“…well worth the four-year wait.” – Exclaim
“…one of the major dynamos of the death metal world, and judging from Undead, they are not losing that title anytime soon.” – Metal Injection
“Listening to the original growler is hearing evil in its purest form…” — HardRockChick