Six Feet Under Drops First Single "Amputator" from Upcoming Record 'Nightmares of the Decomposed'

On October 2nd, Six Feet Under will release their seventeenth full-length, Nightmares of the Decomposed, via Metal Blade Records. The lyric video for the record's first single, "Amputator," can be viewed below.

"Working again after 25 years writing an album with my old band mate from Cannibal Corpse, Jack Owen, was like coming home…To a room full of dead bodies," frontman Chris Barnes previously stated. "Jack’s writing and riff work on this album gave me the fuel to write some disturbing lyrics and really set my creative mind on fire."

Nightmares of the Decomposed can be pre-ordered in the following formats from Metal Blade's website:

  • Jewelcase CD

  • Digipak CD (EU exclusive)

  • Ltd. box set (incl. digipak CD, bonus CD, flag, face mask)

  • 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive)

  • Dark viole(n)t marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 500 copies)

  • Grey / blue marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 300 copies)

  • Blood red / white marbled vinyl (EMP exclusive – limited to 200 copies)

  • Bloody pale skin marbled vinyl (US exclusive)

  • Clear red / blue marbled vinyl (US exclusive)

"Comprised of twelve tracks, Nightmares of the Decomposed is a defining statement, making it very clear that more than twenty-five years into their career, Six Feet Under remain at the forefront of the genre. Dynamic, heavy as hell, catchy, and uncompromising, it is everything that the band’s longtime faithful have come to expect from the deadly unit, and is clearly the product of a lot of hard work by vocalist Chris Barnes, guitarists Jack Owen and Ray Suhy, bassist Jeff Hughell and drummer Marco Pitruzzella."

Tracked at various studios including Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, which over the years has played host to the likes of AC/DC, Black Sabbath, and Aerosmith amongst others, it was produced, engineered and mixed by Chris Carroll, who has given it a full and chunky feel. The album’s mastering was handled by Chaz Najjar at Badlands Recording in Denver, Colorado. The finished product comes packaged in artwork by Luke Hunter.