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Six Feet Under Streaming New Song "Frozen At The Moment Of Death"

Today Metal Hammer Germany is hosting an exclusive premiere of "Frozen At the Moment of Death," the third official single from the new Six Feet Under album. The track comes off the band’s soon-to-be disengaged "Undead" full-length, which is scheduled for a European release on May 18th/21st, 2012 through Metal Blade Records.

Surf over to Metal Hammer to check out "Frozen At The Moment Of Death."

Offering up 12 tracks of sonic brutality, the record was produced by Mark Lewis (Deicide, Devildriver) and mixed by Jason Suecof (Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy), at Audio Hammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.

Commented vocalist Chris Barnes: “Creating an album is a lot of work and a lot of focus, but we didn’t really have too many hiccups in the recording. It went really smooth, and it was pretty much the most effortless album we’ve ever tracked. I had a great, great time working on this album; it was so much fun because everything seemed so new again.”

Guitar World also recently hosted the exclusive premiere of "18 Days," the second official single from the death metal monarchs. If you missed it, you still have a chance to crush your ear drums at this location.

In conjunction with the album release, Six Feet Under will return to Europe in August to play some exclusive festival gigs as well as selected club shows, with support from Dew-Scented.

11/08/12 – CZ – Jaromer – Brutal Assault Festival *
12/08/12 – DE – Berlin – Postbahnhof
13/08/12 – DE – München – Backstage
14/08/12 – CH – Pratteln – Galerie
15/08/12 – DE – Essen – Turock
16/08/12 – NL – Kerkrade – Rock Temple
17/08/12 – DE – Dinkelsbühl – Summer Breeze *
18/08/12 – DE – Hamburg – Grünspan
*without DEW-SCENTED

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1. b12 writes:

not bad. predictable. definetly willl get the crowd movin live.

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2. mikey808 writes:

Thats bad ass!

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3. ZMA writes:

Ya know, I've listened to 18 Days so much that I don't think I hate Barnes vocals anymore. I sure as sh!t don't like them still......... but I can comfortably listen to this band now and not wanna an hero. The band is great which is why I might download this album and tolerate the vocals. They half won this war.........

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