SIX FEET UNDER Announces Florida Show

Florida death metallers SIX FEET UNDER will perform at Gasoline Alley in Largo, Florida on October 31. This will be the band's only U.S. appearance of 2008.

As previously reported, SIX FEET UNDER has set "Death Rituals" as the title of its new album, due on November 11 via Metal Blade Records. The band says, "The tracks are sounding great and we know that all of our fans will enjoy the ride!" The CD was reportedly mixed by Toby Wright, who has previously worked with SLAYER, SOULFLY and ALICE IN CHAINS, among many others.

Chck out the "Death Rituals" artwork below.

Fan-filmed video footage of SIX FEET UNDER's performance at this year's Metalcamp festival, which was held July 3-9, 2008 in Tolmin, Slovenia, can be viewed below (clip uploaded by YouTube user "pulpulfolker").


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