04:38 - Joe Zombie Anyone here watches/collects Criterion?
04:08 - Apothecary Few things in this world better than the combination of rainy nights and black metal [link]
03:55 - shadowdragonfly1 Listen to Agent Fresco new output "Destrier". Prog/Djent done a little bit differently and towards the "soft side" [link]
01:27 - Redn1ght It's a simple site, you can use the "Learn" tab to practice openings and chess problems (finding best moves.) and of course, Create Game for playing with other people. I'll send a link to a match so you can see how the site work.
01:25 - Karlabos Just created a "karlabos" account there. Still trying to figure out what to do on that site
Six Feet Under's new album Crypt Of The Devil has officially been released and it's now possible to stream it in full online. But that is not all the band has to offer. To celebrate the release of their new album, the death metallers also debuted a new video for "Open Coffin Orgy". You can hear the record here in its entirety. As for the video, just click play below.
In just two weeks, the death metallers Six Feet Under will unleash the bestial wares of their Crypt Of The Devil full-length via Metal Blade Records. Now you get to hear another new song called "Gruesome", the album opener right here. It's already the third new tune made public by the band so far.
"Stab" is a brand new song from death metal veterans Six Feet Under. The track is taken from the band's eleventh studio recording, which will be released on May 5th via Metal Blade Records and is called Crypt Of The Devil. Previously, you might have heard the first track revealed "Open Coffin Orgy". Now it's time to hear the crusher "Stab" available here.
Death metal veterans Six Feet Under have been very prolific throughout the years and that is not about to change now. In fact, they will release their eleventh studio recording on May 5th via Metal Blade Records. Titled Crypt Of The Devil, the album brings a ten track slab of audio violence composed by vocalist Chris Barnes and Cannabis Corpse bassist/vocalist Phil "Landphil" Hall. Sample the new macabre single "Open Coffin Orgy" below and take a look at the album cover and more details too.
The details of the 2015 Hatefest Tour have been announced. The unholy billing will be headlined by Six Feet Under together with Marduk, Vader and Hate. Special guests on all weekend-dates will be Eisregen and Debauchery. Tickets for this exceptional death/black metal feast will be available at this location. This trek will stop by Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Six Feet Under vocalist Chris Barnes is bringing fans his latest work of sonic deviance in the form of the fittingly christened IHATE. This venture was launched between Barnes and multi-instrumentalist/fellow horror enthusiast Bob Taggett, and their as-yet-untitled debut promises to deliver eight violent tracks of raw death metal brutality and lyrical depravity. You can hear a preview of the track "Seeing Red" now below to whet your appetite.
After postponing their US East Coast Armageddon Tour in November, death metal heavyweights Six Feet Under just announced a string of eight shows in Europe for this December. The veterans will perform in Germany, Austria and Slovakia, that's it. Well, better than nothing. Chris Barnes and company will showcase their latest album Unborn on the Xmas In Hell Tour with support from Nox Vorago and Vredehammer.
A few months ago, veteran death metallers Six Feet Under announced a short string of dates for November dubbed East Coast Armageddon Tour with Jungle Rot, Pyrexia, Malignancy, and Dark Sermon. Unfortunately, if you were planning to go, there is bad news. The tour has been postponed and moved to January/February due to an illness of a close family member of one of the band members.
Six Feet Under recently wrapped up the Hell In July Tour with Decrepit Birth, Cannabis Corpse, and Dealey Plaza. The band is wasting little time and will return to the road this coming November for the East Coast Armageddon Tour with Jungle Rot, Pyrexia, Malignancy, and Dark Sermon. As most of you probably already know by now, the band is touring in support of their latest album Unborn. Confirmed list of tour dates can be found below.
Yes, it is true. Six Feet Under have parted ways with drummer Kevin Talley who had joined them in 2011 to replace Greg Gall. Marco Pitruzzella has officially joined the ranks and will make his debut appearance with the band this Saturday in Memphis at Scion Rock Fest. He is a former band member of bassist Jeff Hughell.
Six Feet Under, having just released their latest new album, Unborn, will return to the road for the Hell In July US Tour. Joining them on this campaign will be none other than Decrepit Birth and Cannabis Corpse. Hell begins on July 10th in Houston, TX, after which the bands will head west and loop around the US for the final date in Atlanta, GA on July 27th. The complete tour consists of 17 dates. Check them out below the tour flyer.
Six Feet Under's new song "Prophecy" off their upcoming album Unborn, which will be available March 19th through Metal Blade Records, has premiered online. Head over to this location to listen to it. This is the second single the band releases from the album.
Even with the release of Undead last year, death metal behemoths Six Feet Under are back with the tenth full-length of their career, Unborn, to be released on March 19th through Metal Blade Records. The band has revealed the artwork and released the lyric video for "Zombie Blood Curse", the first track to be unleashed from Undead's "demented fraternal twin". You can listen to it below.
US death metal ministers Six Feet Under have announced the addition of rhythm guitarist Ola Englund (Scarpoint) to their ranks. Englund, who will make his first official appearance with the band on the 18 Nights Of Blood Tour set to commence next month, takes the place of Rob Arnold.
Undead, the new album from US death metallers Six Feet Under is now streaming exclusively at Decibel Magazine. The album is scheduled for a North American release on May 22nd through Metal Blade Records. Undead was produced by Mark Lewis (Deicide, Devildriver) and mixed by Jason Suecof (Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy) at Audio Hammer Studios in Sanford, Florida. More details about the album were previously reported here.