SIX FEET UNDER Frontman Interviewed On ‘Scary Terry’s Saturday Nightmare’ (Audio)

Vocalist Chris Barnes of Florida death metal veterans SIX FEET UNDER recently answered 13 questions for the “Scary Terry’s Saturday Nightmare” show on the Rock 94.7 radio station in Wausau, Wisconsin. You can now listen to the chat in two parts below.

SIX FEET UNDER yesterday announced the addition of Swedish rhythm guitarist Ola Englund (FEARED, SCARPOINT) to their legendary ranks. Englund, who will make his first official appearance with the band on the “18 Nights Of Blood Tour” next month, takes the place of Rob Arnold (CHIMAIRA).

SIX FEET UNDER‘s new album, “Undead”, was released on Tuesday, May 22 through Metal Blade Records. The 12-track CD was produced by Mark Lewis (DEICIDE, DEVILDRIVER) and mixed by Jason Suecof (WHITECHAPEL, JOB FOR A COWBOY), at AudioHammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.

In conjunction with the release of “Undead”, SIX FEET UNDER will embark upon a near three-week run of live rituals this June. Dubbed the “18 Nights Of Blood Tour”, the beatings will begin in Atlanta, Georgia on June 8 and ravage its way across the country before coming to a close on June 29 in Tampa, Florida. Support will be provided by DYING FETUS and REVOCATION.

SIX FEET UNDER‘s European tour will kick off on August 11 in Jaromer, Czech Republic and will conclude on August 18 in Hamburg, Germany. Support on the trek will come from DEW-SCENTED.

SIX FEET UNDER recently parted ways with bassist Matt DeVries and replaced him with Jeff Hughell, formerly of the Santa Cruz, California technical death metal band BRAIN DRILL and Concord, California death metal group VILE, and currently of RECIPROCAL.

Bassist Terry Butler and drummer Greg Gall announced their departures from SIX FEET UNDER in January 2011. Butler has since joined OBITUARY as a permanent member.

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