American death metal band, Six Feet Under are quickly following up last year's album "Torment" with a new, digital-only release titled "Unburied." It features nine tracks that were left over from the band's recording sessions from their last few albums. Right from the quick opening frenzy of "Violent Blood Eruption," you know your in for another wild sonic ride from Six Feet Under. The album continues with the rhythmic vocals of "Midnight In Hell" and the chugging guitars of "Gory Hungry Maniac." Their music hits you like a wall of sound as Six Feet Under keep the energy going with "Intent To Kill" and "The Perverse," before closing up their new EP with the dark tones of "As The Dying Screams" and the short, 30-second sonic blast of "Skin." To find out more about Six Feet Under and their latest release "Unburied," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/sixfeetunder.
Also returning is the progressive metal band, Redemption with their new album titled "Long Night's Journey Into Day." Guitarist/keyboardist Nick van Dyk states that this album is what the band is really about and considers this one of their very best efforts. The new 10-song release begins with the exciting guitar wizardry of "Eyes You Dare Not Meet In Dreams" and the thunderous appeal of the seven-minute sonic adventure of "Someone Else's Problem." They keep the energy flowing with the excitement of "The Echo Chamber" and the melodic build-up of "Indulge In Color," as the band's musicianship is in top form. Redemption showcase their more aggressive metal side on the chugging guitar riffs of "Little Man," before slowing down for the progressive power ballad "And Yet." They wrap up their new album with a spot-on cover of U2's "New Year's Day" and the ten-minute epic "Long Night's Journey Into Day," which fully displays the band's musical strengths. To find out more about Redemption and their latest release "Long Night's Journey Into Day," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/RedemptionBand.