Six Feet Under
From: Tampa, FL, United States
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete Six Feet Under news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Disbelief have parted ways with guitar player Jan-Dirk Löffler – the split took place by mutual agreement. For the upcoming tour activities of Disbelief, the band has hired an old friend: Ex-Disbelief guitarist Tommy Fritsch will help the guys out.
The new Disbelief album "66 Sick" gets in stores on March 14th 2005. On the same day, the No Mercy Festivals will kick off, check out the tour dates with Six Feet Under, Nile, Dark Funeral, Dying Fetus, Cataract and Wykked Wytch: More...
Six Feet Under have revealed the title of their forthcoming album. "13" is the title and will be released on March 22, 2005 through Metal Blade Records. Some song titles to appear on the album are "Decomposition Of The Human Race", "Somewhere In The Darkness", and "The Poison Hand".
Vocalist Chris Barnes also had this to say:
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 from Miami at 4am, only to start a photo session with Joe Giron starting at 11am and finishing up last night at 9pm. I am sitting here right now cranking the fucking shit out of this motherfucker. Its 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 Max Violence 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.
Disbelief just completed work on their new album "66 Sick" with producer Tue Madsen at the Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark. The record is scheduled to get in stores on March 14th 2005 and will contain eleven tracks, among them the titles "Crawl," "For God?,""Edges" and "Lost In Time."
On March 13th 2005, Disbelief will set off for the New Mercy Festival Tour together with Six Feet Under, Nile, Dark Funeral, Dying Fetus and Cataract.
Tour dates: More...
Six Feet Under's new video for "Dead And Buried (Living Life In The Grave)", has been posted online at Mental Suplex Productions. Directed by Jerry Clubb, "Dead And Buried" is a new studio track recorded in March 2004 and appears on the Six Feet Under "Live with Full Force" DVD/CD release.
"Dead And Buried" will premiere on MTV2's Headbangers Ball on Saturday November 20 and on FUSE's Uranium on Sunday November 21.
Cataract's video for the track "Nothing's Left" has been posted online at MetalBlade.de.
"Nothing's Left" comes off the Swiss metalcore bands latest CD, "With Triumph Comes Loss", available now on Metal Blade Records. The band recorded the CD at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen. A vinyl version of the album was released through Dead Serious Records.
Cataract will be teaming up with Six Feet Under, Nile, Dark Funeral, Dying Fetus and Disbelief for the No Mercy Festivals 2005 European tour beginning in early March. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.
Tampa, Florida-based death metalers Six Feet Under entered Morrisound studios on October 1 to start laying down tracks for the follow-up to "Bringer of Blood". Right now the band is recording all the music and then Chris Barnes will head over to the Hit Factory to lay down the vocals. Once again Barnes will be the producer and Chris Carroll will be handling engineering and mixing. As far as what this CD's subject matter will be about, Barnes says, "the material is dark and demented, and is not uplifting."
In other news, Six Feet Under will be playing Puerto Rico on Oct. 29 and Trinidad and Tobago on Oct. 30. Also appearing on the bill at both shows will be Hatebreed.
Florida-based death metallers Six Feet Under have postponed their European tour to early 2005 in order to allow drummer Greg Gall to be home for the impending birth of his child (Greg's wife is reportedly due in November). No further information is currently available.
Six Feet Under have covered AC/DC's entire "Back In Black" album for their forthcoming release, "Graveyard Classics II," which is due on October 19 through Metal Blade Records (one day earlier internationally).
Here's from the official Cannae site, Cannae.net:
Back from the Six Feet Under/Internal Bleeding mini-tour. Some good times, but we were off before any true tour bonding. We wish them the best on the rest of their tour w/ Premonitions of War picking up after us. We have a few shows throughout the fall and more TBA, but only weekend shows for now as we are barrelling down to write the new record.
Here are all of Canne's upcoming dates:
September 10 - Smithtown, NY @ Saints And Sinners
October 9 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ Club Crannel w/ If Hope Dies
October 23 - Bound Brook, NJ @ Hamilton St. Cafe
October 30 - Syracuse, NY @ Fright Fest (more info TBA)
SIX FEET UNDER's version of the AC/DC classic "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" has been posted online at this location.
"Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" comes off the group's upcoming CD, "Graveyard Classics II", due on October 19 through Metal Blade Records. The CD, which features the band doing something "that has never been attempted in the history of rock 'n' roll thus far," according to SIX FEET UNDER vocalist Chris Barnes, was recorded at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida with Chris Carroll mixing.
MTV2’s Headbanger’s Ball and Revolver magazine are teaming up to bring you the Best Metal Videos of the New Millennium (so far) picked by you. So put your pedal to the metal and vote for your favorite video here. Then, catch the two-hour premiere Saturday, August 21 at 10 PM during Headbanger’s Ball, on MTV2. Plus check out the final list in the October issue of Revolver.
Videos you can vote for: More...
Six Feet Under and Internal Bleeding will be teaming up for a U.S. tour in August/September. The trek will mark Internal Bleeding's first outing in almost a decade
Internal Bleeding's new album, "Onward to Mecca", is scheduled for release on September 7 through Olympic Recordings. The group's first studio release in five years was recorded at Full Force Studios and engineered by Terrance Hobbs (Suffocation). The follow-up to 1999's "Driven To Conquer" will mark the recording debut with the band of new singer Jerry Lowe (ex-Bodyfarm).
Six Feet Under w/ Internal Bleeding tour dates:
Aug. 26 - Thee Imperial - Jacksonville, FL * SFU Only
Aug. 27 - Jester's Pub - Fayetteville, NC
Aug. 28 - The Scene Pavilion - Cleveland, OH
Aug. 29 - Recher Theatre - Towson, MD
Aug. 30 - Webster Theatre - Hartford, CT
Aug. 31 - Village Pub North - Long Island, NY
Sep. 01 - TBA - Mass. or Poughkeepsie, NY
Sep. 02 - Rochembeau Club - Biddeford, ME
Sep. 03 - The Kave - Bucksport, ME
Sep. 04 - Northern Lights - Clifton Park, NY
Sep. 05 - TBA - Buffalo, NY or Erie, PA
Sep. 06 - The Palace - South Bend, IN
Sep. 07 - Forest Hills Lodge - Rockford, IL
Sep. 08 - The Lab - St. Paul, MN
Sep. 09 - Playmakers - Fargo, ND
Sep. 10 - Hairy Mary's - Des Moines, IA
Sep. 11 - DFW Metalfest - Lonestar Park - Dallas, TX
Sep. 12 - Texas Murderfest - International Ballroom - Houston, TX
Sep. 13 - TBA - Lubbock, TX
Sep. 14 - TBA - El Paso, TX
Sep. 15 - TBA - Albuquerque, NM
Sep. 16 - TBA - Phoenix, AZ
Sep. 17 - The Allen Theatre - Southgate, CA
Sep. 18 - Showcase Theatre - Corona, CA
Sep. 20 - TBA - Denver, CO
Sep. 21 - TBA - Omaha, NE
Sep. 22 - El Torreon - Kansas City, MO
Sep. 23 - The Muse - Nashville, TN
Sep. 24 - Vino's - Little Rock, AR
Sep. 25 - TBA - Atlanta, GA
Internal Bleeding on all dates except Aug. 26
Reflux on Aug. 28 – Sep. 4
Cannae on Aug. 30 – Sep. 4
Misery Signals on Sep. 7 – Sep. 25
Premonitions Of War on Sep. 7 – Sep. 25
SIX FEET UNDER, who recently completed production and the final mix last week of their upcoming disc "GraveYard Classics 2", will be hitting the road this September with none other than MALEVOLENT CREATION. Full dates and venues are currently in the works!
German Gothic metallers CREMATORY are the latest act confirmed for this year’s edition of the Summer Breeze festival which takes place August 19th - 21st in Abstgmund, Germany.
The current line-up for the festival includes: SENTENCED, BESEECH, HYPOCRISY, SONATA ARCTICA, MÖRK GRYNING, VINTERSORG, KATATONIA, EVERGREY, GREEN CARNATION, HONEY THIEF, ENSIFERUM, DISILLUSION, SLEEPINGODSLIE, BUSTA HOOTA, HONIGDIEB, SIX FEET UNDER, SODOM, TANKARD, THE DUSKFALL, VOMITORY, MNEMIC, LAKE OF TEARS, GOREROTTED, FLESHCRAWL, PRIMORDIAL, U.D.O., HATESPHERE, CRIMINAL, BRAINSTORM, PARAGON, SCHANDMAUL, PSYCHOPUNCH, GODDESS OF DESIRE, MENHIR, XANDRIA, DEAD SOUL TRIBE, SALTATIO MORTIS, FRAGMENTS OF UNBECOMING and DIE HAPPY.
More acts will be announced soon.
HAving just started their tour with Six Feet under, Full Blown Chaos has been confirmed as one of the support bands on the upcoming Chimaira tour in March.
Here are all of the latest Full Blown Chaos tour dates: More...
Six Feet Under and Full Blown Chaos will be touring the East and Midwest together next month. Here are the dates: More...
Six Feet Under will be teaming up with labelmates Crimina and Fleshcrawl for a two-week European tour in February/March. The first confirmed dates are as follows:
Feb. 26 – Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Feb. 27 – Eindhoven, NETH @ Effenaar
Feb. 28 – Münster (Breitefeld-Dieburg), GER @ Live Arena
Feb. 29 – Engelsdorf, GER @ Hellraiser
Mar. 01 – Praga, CZR @ Zlin
Mar. 02 – Berlin, GER @ Halford
Mar. 03 – Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle
More dates will be announced soon.