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Unearth Frontman: We're Proud of Making Heavy Music

After stirring up chaos with a non-rotating direct support spot on Ozzfest 2006’s second stage , Unearth are excited to release their brand new album, "III: In The Eyes of Fire." With producer Terry Date (Pantera, Deftones, Soundgarden) behind the wheel, Unearth have put together their most promising record yet.

Always challenging the current stream of extreme music, Unearth thrives off their musical heaviness. Unearth’s vocalist Trevor Phipps states, “We’re just trying to prove that bands can still sell records and tour and have a career by making a heavy f-ing record.”

With Ozzfest wrapping up the summer, Unearth will soon embark on a headlining tour in support of their release.

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1. psythe writes:

And so they should, Trev. And so they should...

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2. DamnItAllToHell writes:

hell yeah, it's a damn good record too

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3. metalmayhem writes:

yes it is damnitalltohell....mr. phipps and the boys definitely know how to keep it heavy. they consistently deliver great albums (well, 3 at least)

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