Six Toes Beneath is nearly accomplished writing the follow-up to their 2020 album Nightmares Of The Decomposed. The brand new album would be the band’s first with former guitarist Jack Owen, who performed with Six Toes Beneath vocalist Chris Barnes in Cannibal Corpse all through the late ’80s and early ’90s.
“Jack Owen and yours truly are just about done writing the New Six Feet Under album and it’s INCREDIBLY FUCKING HEAVY,” wrote Barnes on Twitter. So keep tuned, because it looks as if 2023 may see the discharge of a brand new Six Toes Beneath report.
Within the meantime, you possibly can take a look at Barnes‘ record of his favourite dying steel albums of all time right here.
So how does Cannibal Corpse really feel about Barnes and Owen reuniting? Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster stated in a 2021 interview he is blissful for them. As a result of actually, what different opinion is there? If everybody’s blissful, that is superior. “That is cool, man. I’m sure they’re having a great time jamming together again. So, yeah, it’s killer.”
Webster later added he solely heard among the band’s latest album Nightmares Of The Decomposed, however there’s “some cool grooves on there.”
“Jack‘s got a really distinct writing style, and he’s got a great groove. But, yeah, there’s some cool grooves on there. And the rest of the band too. I really like Jeff Hughell’s bass playing. Marco’s a killer drummer. So, yeah, it’s a cool band. And it sounds really good, the music.”
Owen and Barnes have been a part of the unique Cannibal Corpse lineup alongside Webster, guitarist Bob Rusay, and drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz. Barnes fronted Cannibal Corpse between 1988 and 1995, whereas Owen performed guitar for the band between 1988 and 2004. Owen was then part of Deicide between 2004 and 2016, and joined Six Toes Beneath in 2017.
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