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Release date: 20 September 2010
Style: Thrash metal

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01. Eye Of The Beholder [Live at Festival Hall in Melbourne 1989]
02. ...And Justice For All [Live at Festival Hall in Melbourne 1989]
03. Through The Never [Live at the Entertainment Centre in Perth 1993]
04. The Unforgiven [Live at the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne 1993]
05. Low Man's Lyric [Acoustic version] [Live at the Entertainment Centre in Perth 1998]
06. Devil's Dance [Live at the Entertainment Centre in Perth 1998]
07. Frantic [Live at the Entertainment Centre in Sydney 2004]
08. Fight Fire With Fire [Live at the Entertainment Centre in Brisbane 2004]



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Array - 08.09.2010 at 23:56  
  Odd
K†ulu - 09.09.2010 at 00:01  
  Interesting... Eye of the beholder, Through the Never, Frantic, Low Man's Lyric, And Justice for All... How often do you see that live?
terrorist - 09.09.2010 at 00:05  
  Odd realy..
V.T.D - 09.09.2010 at 00:43  
  Just another bunch of live tracks
anyway it's nice to see updates from the band
Elyar S. - 09.09.2010 at 00:49  
  I have to say this is the Greatest bullshit by a famous band,and the name of the EP is hilarious! Six Feet Down Under!!! I thought its something about Six Feet Under covers Metallica in their concerts which is not weird by SFU. really cant understand this one.
afu - 09.09.2010 at 08:26  
  It's to promote their tour of Australia and New Zealand. You may notice that all the recordings are from previous tours of the area.
vezzy - 09.09.2010 at 10:48  
Rating: 4
Written by Elyar S. on 09.09.2010 at 00:49

I have to say this is the Greatest bullshit by a famous band,and the name of the EP is hilarious! Six Feet Down Under!!! I thought its something about Six Feet Under covers Metallica in their concerts which is not weird by SFU. really cant understand this one.


Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.

But yeah, I bet that'd be the first impression.
Pimpelmee - 11.09.2010 at 12:25  
 
Written by vezzy on 09.09.2010 at 10:48


Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.



For me, that's exactly the case with Metallica. Dead and buried.
Elyar S. - 11.09.2010 at 14:04  
 
Written by Pimpelmee on 11.09.2010 at 12:25

Written by vezzy on 09.09.2010 at 10:48


Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.



For me, that's exactly the case with Metallica. Dead and buried.

what a dead you are posting in their most crap thing ever. I just cant understand why ppl waste their times in forums to show their wrath about bands which they hate.
vezzy - 11.09.2010 at 14:09  
Rating: 4 Because they suck, of course.
MeTalRea|istiK - 12.09.2010 at 18:15  
  I want welcome home and dyer's eve live!!
vezzy - 20.09.2010 at 18:09  
Rating: 4 Well, I'm not sure if what I just downloaded was the real thing, but... if it is...

It sounds like a live bootleg and there's nothing of interest. A shameless cash-in, nothing more.
Elyar S. - 20.09.2010 at 22:38  
 
Written by vezzy on 20.09.2010 at 18:09

Well, I'm not sure if what I just downloaded was the real thing, but... if it is...

It sounds like a live bootleg and there's nothing of interest. A shameless cash-in, nothing more.

I wont downloud it but I think this will not be a crash-in because no one will buy them. Maybe just Australian fanboys. I dont know maybe it will release just for Australia and with a limited number.
RavenKing - 21.09.2010 at 03:22  
 
Written by Pimpelmee on 11.09.2010 at 12:25

Written by vezzy on 09.09.2010 at 10:48


Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.



For me, that's exactly the case with Metallica. Dead and buried.


My own thoughts. This band carries on only by name and not by the quality of their actual music.
RavenKing - 21.09.2010 at 03:24  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 11.09.2010 at 14:04

I just cant understand why ppl waste their times in forums to show their wrath about bands which they hate.


Because some bands, like Metallica, are so overrated that it starts to really piss you off after a few decades.
Elyar S. - 21.09.2010 at 03:28  
 
Written by RavenKing on 21.09.2010 at 03:24

Written by Elyar S. on 11.09.2010 at 14:04

I just cant understand why ppl waste their times in forums to show their wrath about bands which they hate.


Because some bands, like Metallica, are so overrated that it starts to really piss you off after a few decades.

Im a big fan of Metallica but I cant say that this one is even a shit haha, really confused I really was happy that Metallica wont release a lot of EP's (lets dont talk about fucking meaningless singles!) and now they started to release a bullshit live EP, well it seems that theyve gone insane.
RavenKing - 21.09.2010 at 03:35  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 21.09.2010 at 03:28

Im a big fan of Metallica but I cant say that this one is even a shit haha, really confused I really was happy that Metallica wont release a lot of EP's (lets dont talk about fucking meaningless singles!) and now they started to release a bullshit live EP, well it seems that theyve gone insane.


I share your views about singles and EPs. Most of them are utterly worthless. You get so little for what you pay, compared to a full-lenght album. They're basically worthless cash grabs, imo.
Also, since I don't care at all for live songs and never listen to them, it makes those things even more useless to me.
I have many albums that feature a few bonus live tracks and, when I rip my CDs to put them on my MP3 player, I always delete the live songs.
Vikcen - 21.09.2010 at 03:46  
 
Written by RavenKing on 21.09.2010 at 03:24


Because some bands, like Metallica, are so overrated that it starts to really piss you off after a few decades.



Think one thing, if Metallica is there, is by something. Considered one of the best metal bands in history.
RavenKing - 21.09.2010 at 04:08  
 
Written by Vikcen on 21.09.2010 at 03:46

Written by RavenKing on 21.09.2010 at 03:24


Because some bands, like Metallica, are so overrated that it starts to really piss you off after a few decades.



Think one thing, if Metallica is there, is by something. Considered one of the best metal bands in history.


What I find ironic is how people think Metallica is still a great band NOW. Perhaps they've been very good long ago but people don't seem to realize it was two decades ago. What I mean is there's no way a glorious past can erase current suckiness.
When it comes to old metal bands, lots of people still see them as what they were, not as what they actually are.
Vikcen - 21.09.2010 at 04:41  
 
Written by RavenKing on 21.09.2010 at 04:08


lots of people still see them as what they were, not as what they actually are.


Well, it is simple, for example: i love Death Magnetic, for me a true Metallica's back, and i'm sure for more people too, it is even better that the black album, but well, i would say that both in the same line. So you let them believe that Metallica are the best still =).
Angelic Storm - 21.09.2010 at 05:01  
  For me, Metallica rarely stopped being great. Although "St. Anger" was a pretty big stumble, and a right mess of an album. And "Reload" I find to be a bit patchy. But definitely, Im not in the camp that thinks everything they did post - AJFA sucked.

As for this release, it is totally pointless. I cant see any reason for releasing it at all...
RavenKing - 21.09.2010 at 14:06  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 21.09.2010 at 05:01

For me, Metallica rarely stopped being great. Although "St. Anger" was a pretty big stumble, and a right mess of an album. And "Reload" I find to be a bit patchy. But definitely, Im not in the camp that thinks everything they did post - AJFA sucked.


I'm precisely in the camp of those thinking that anything post-AJFA sucks ass. Anyway, I never understood all that fuss people made around Metallica in the 80s. There were much better metal bands than them already at that time. To tell the truth, I never liked Metallica.
Elyar S. - 21.09.2010 at 14:06  
 
Written by Vikcen on 21.09.2010 at 04:41

Written by RavenKing on 21.09.2010 at 04:08


lots of people still see them as what they were, not as what they actually are.


Well, it is simple, for example: i love Death Magnetic, for me a true Metallica's back, and i'm sure for more people too, it is even better that the black album, but well, i would say that both in the same line. So you let them believe that Metallica are the best still =).

Metallica's Death Magnetic is a very good album Im agree with you and they still kick ass in the live shows.
Marcel Hubregtse - 21.09.2010 at 14:45  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 21.09.2010 at 05:01

...Im not in the camp that thinks everything they did post - AJFA sucked.



Hey, don't forget the camp I bleong to... thos that think everything after Master Of Puppets sucks.
Angelic Storm - 21.09.2010 at 15:11  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 21.09.2010 at 14:45
Hey, don't forget the camp I bleong to... thos that think everything after Master Of Puppets sucks.


How could I forget?

I have said before that opinions on bands/albums are rarely black and white. There's usually a kalleidoscope of different opinions. Im sure there are some people who say "Kill Em' All" was Metallica's only good album. lol


@Hidden_Dictator: There isnt a single thrash band I've loved since back in the day, who have never faltered. Unless they happened to have short careers, and broke up before they could make below par material. (Im looking at you, Dark Angel!)
puretravel - 21.09.2010 at 18:34  
  Mmm different I guess but I am a massive metallica fan.
JohnDoe - 21.09.2010 at 18:52  
  My question is - are the songs any good?
mr.archness - 27.09.2010 at 11:56  
 
Written by Pimpelmee on 11.09.2010 at 12:25

Written by vezzy on 09.09.2010 at 10:48


Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.



For me, that's exactly the case with Metallica. Dead and buried.


U have my vote on this one!!!
Immortal SEP - 16.11.2010 at 17:50  
  Is that a though rarity, but otherwise weak EP, bad shocking sound.
Entropic Silence - 18.01.2011 at 10:36  
 
Written by vezzy on 09.09.2010 at 10:48

Technically "six feet under" is a metaphor for being dead and buried.


Since no-one seems to have got the nomenclature:

Australia and New Zealand are often called "down under." Not sure why.

What Metallica did was to take a phrase "six feet under" meaning "dead," and combine it with this colloquialism, making "Six feet down under." Also fits in with their DEATH Magnetic theme. Exactly the kind of linguistic genius one would expect, given that the cover art of Death magnetic was iron shavings on top of a piece of paper above a coffin-shaped magnet. Pure genius.

nothing against metallica musically, although, since I'm not seventeen anymore, I've moved past them somewhat. I didn't attend when they went 'down under,' although Lamb of God and baroness would have been worth seeing.

I love the idea behind this EP (and the one after it) - "To show you that we care, we are giving you the chance to give us more money."
Valentin B - 04.02.2011 at 19:43  
  How the hell can you put masterpieces such as ..And Justice for All and Fight Fire with Fire side by side with pure crap like Frantic is beyond me..

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