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chris Barnes' Zombie crew return,
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with most of Six Feet Under's main bulk of work, their albums come with a handful of good songs but the rest of the album being rubbish, what would suit them would be to put out a greatest hits or a great live album. (their inconsistent albums aside they have always been a solid live band.)
things looked hopeful at news of this release as the bands line-up has had a few shake ups, Chimera's Rob arnold and drummer Keven Talley joined the fold.
the album is the bands best in a long time, it's probably the bands best produced album too. with Rob Arnold writing all the music there is some vintage death metal here, think early death metal and not so much the technical style of so many of todays death metal band. chris barnes sounds more charged and hungry then he has in a long time too
although this album is worth a listen, and for the cheap price on here it's deffinatly worth a go. But the album lacks memorable songs, it's enjoyable to listen to but i've listened to it 8 times in three days and i could'nt hum you the riff of the opening track.
it stands out one of Six feet Under's better albums but how it would stand up against the latest albums of their fellow bands of their time,for example obituary or cannibal corpse (there i said it!) is a different matter.