Six feet Under are a band from Florida that has been around since the 90's and are one of the most well known bands in that genre which also consists of many of the most well known names in that scene in this band which plays a really old school style of death metal and this is a review of their 2012 album "Undead" which was released by Metal Blade Records.
Drums range from slow, mid paced to fast drumming with some blast beats being thrown into the music at times, while the bass playing has a very dark tone with riffs that follow the riffing that is coming out of the guitars and at times they have a very powerful sound to them.
Rhythm guitars range from slow, mid paced to fast death metal riffs that are more in the early 90's vein and not as heavy or brutal sounding like some of the more modern day bands in this genre along with a brief use of clean and soft playing being utilized on the last song, while the lead guitars are very chaotic sounding early 90's death metal guitar solos and leads that use a small amount of melody on a couple of songs.
Vocals are mostly deep death metal growls with some high pitched screams being thrown into the music at times, while the lyrics cover dark, violent and hateful themes, as for the production it has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound to it.
In my opinion this is a great album from Six Feet Under and while I have not heard much of their newer material over the years I can tell that this is a return to the roots album and if you are a fan of this band, you should enjoy this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Frozen At The Moment Of Death" "Blood On My Hands" "Near Death Experience" and "Vampire Apocalypse". RECOMMENDED BUY.