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Killing for Revenge marks the second album that SFU mainman Chris Barnes and guitarist Jack Owen (ex-Cannibal Corpse) have created together since reuniting for 2020’s Nightmares of the Decomposed, an album one critic praised an “often slow-ish and doomy yet crushing death metal” which offered an “uncompromising show of strength.” Owen also produced Killing for Revenge. Six Feet Under was initially formed as a side project for Barnes during his final years with the band that he co-founded, Cannibal Corpse. It became the frontman’s sole focus in 1995, coinciding with the release of their debut, Haunted. Only Barnes remains from the original SFU band, but the quality has remained remarkably consistent. The current lineup of Barnes, guitarists Owen and Ray Suhy, bassist Jeff Hughell, and drummer Marco Pitruzzella make for a devastating unit. “I'm really fortunate that I have probably the best musicians in metal. The lineup now is untouchable,” Barnes says. Clearly, 2024 is shaping up to be a massive year for Six Feet Under, and Barnes hopes to take full advantage.“I'd like to get a tour put together,” he says. “I would love to get back out on the road. It's been too long. Three of those years were due to the pandemic. I love being on the road. I love being in a tour bus and being in front of people on stage. I have missed it so much. It’s what I was meant to do.”

Killing for Revenge marks the second album that SFU mainman Chris Barnes and guitarist Jack Owen (ex-Cannibal Corpse) have created together since reuniting for 2020’s Nightmares of the Decomposed, an album one critic praised an “often slow-ish and doomy yet crushing death metal” which offered an “uncompromising show of strength.” Owen also produced Killing for Revenge. Six Feet Under was initially formed as a side project for Barnes during his final years with the band that he co-founded, Cannibal Corpse. It became the frontman’s sole focus in 1995, coinciding with the release of their debut, Haunted. Only Barnes remains from the original SFU band, but the quality has remained remarkably consistent. The current lineup of Barnes, guitarists Owen and Ray Suhy, bassist Jeff Hughell, and drummer Marco Pitruzzella make for a devastating unit. “I'm really fortunate that I have probably the best musicians in metal. The lineup now is untouchable,” Barnes says. Clearly, 2024 is shaping up to be a massive year for Six Feet Under, and Barnes hopes to take full advantage.“I'd like to get a tour put together,” he says. “I would love to get back out on the road. It's been too long. Three of those years were due to the pandemic. I love being on the road. I love being in a tour bus and being in front of people on stage. I have missed it so much. It’s what I was meant to do.”

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Six Feet Under - Killing For Revenge [Bloodshot Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: METAL BLADE
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 039841608564

Killing For Revenge [Bloodshot Vinyl]
Artist: Six Feet Under
Format: Vinyl
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Killing for Revenge marks the second album that SFU mainman Chris Barnes and guitarist Jack Owen (ex-Cannibal Corpse) have created together since reuniting for 2020’s Nightmares of the Decomposed, an album one critic praised an “often slow-ish and doomy yet crushing death metal” which offered an “uncompromising show of strength.” Owen also produced Killing for Revenge. Six Feet Under was initially formed as a side project for Barnes during his final years with the band that he co-founded, Cannibal Corpse. It became the frontman’s sole focus in 1995, coinciding with the release of their debut, Haunted. Only Barnes remains from the original SFU band, but the quality has remained remarkably consistent. The current lineup of Barnes, guitarists Owen and Ray Suhy, bassist Jeff Hughell, and drummer Marco Pitruzzella make for a devastating unit. “I'm really fortunate that I have probably the best musicians in metal. The lineup now is untouchable,” Barnes says. Clearly, 2024 is shaping up to be a massive year for Six Feet Under, and Barnes hopes to take full advantage.“I'd like to get a tour put together,” he says. “I would love to get back out on the road. It's been too long. Three of those years were due to the pandemic. I love being on the road. I love being in a tour bus and being in front of people on stage. I have missed it so much. It’s what I was meant to do.”

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