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  • Audio CD (March 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B0007OP0UE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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1. Decomposition Of The Human Race
2. Somewhere In The Darkness
3. Rest In Pieces
4. Wormfood
5. 13
6. Shadow of The Reaper
7. Deathklaat
8. The Poison Hand
9. This Suicide
10. The Art Of Headhunting
11. Stump

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Their Catalog has sold over 600,000 units in the U.S and Six Feet Under return with 13 on Metal Blade records. 2005.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on March 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Frontman Chris Barnes said (about a month before "13" was released) that this album was going to be his band's "Reign in Blood". No, "13" doesn't have Slayer-esque guitar soloing, and it isn't as original, influential or all around great as "Reign In Blood"-but with this album, Six Feet Under prove that they rank among the best in modern death metal.

SFU's last studio album, "Bringer of Blood", was good, but it suffered a bit from a lack of fast, brutal, death metal blast beats. It was still plenty heavy, but it was often heavy only because of Barnes' vocals (his voice could make Hansen heavy!) That usually isn't the case with this album. I think Six Feet Under knew they could do better than "Bringer of Blood", so they followed that album up (rather quickly) with "13", easily their best work since 1999's "Maximum Violence."

Highlights include:

"Decomposition of the Human Race" could be this album's next single. It begins with an ominous intro, then the drums kick in, and eventually a churning (almost vibrating) riff comes aboard and runs throughout the rest of the song. The beat changes to a faster chug when the vocals begin. A guitar solo is near the end, but the song ends with a "boom boom boom boom".
"Somewhere in the Darkness" is highlighted by good riffs and two more guitar solos (the first of which is speedier than the solo on the opening track.)
The title track has heavy chugging riffs, but Barnes' voice sounds hoarse on this song (except for the whispering and death metal growl near the end.)
The lead single, "Shadow of the Reaper", is a great headbanger and will probably be a concert favorite. The first minute of this song is without vocals, and the beat is pounding (making a catchy "boom boom-ba boom boom" sound).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. Mickelson on March 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I, first want to say that I agree with the well-written review by A. Stutheit "andreaabs" Littleton, CO USA. I would recommend reading his thoughts for this albums strengths and short-comings.

I appreciate the fact that Chris Barnes is keeping the music straight-forward, no gimmicks. I can also understand Barnes "cookie monster" vocals, because he is articulating more these last few releases. I also enjoy that Six Feet Under recognizes who they are and what they do best. Six Feet Under is simply brutal and heavy, something a fan of this genre might expect.

It is refreshing to hear an artist make an album that they want and not what the record label and critics expect/demand. This makes Six Feet Under one of the few bands that have no regrets with their finished product. You as a fan have a choice to either appreciate and enjoy this album, or criticize and reject it. I am enjoying this latest up-tempo release and look forward (soon) to see what they are passionate about next year. My only complaint is that the album is only ~36 minutes long, when you are a fan and wait for new material you always want more..... `enuff said
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jay Milroy on December 31, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Alot of people really enjoyed Haunted and Warpath, I'm a big SFU and I find those two albums as some of the worse and most of the tracks are boring except for about 7 out of both albums put together.

13 is a great album, and the cover art is by a different guy then the other albums, apparently was done by a six feet under fan, so he knew just what to put, and I have to say, its a very nice job. Also, two music videos have come from the tracks on the album. "Shadow Of The Reaper" is an older video, but was really well done I believe chris barnes actually got actresses to star in the video. It can be watched on metalblade six feet under's label's official site. It is also on the new compilation "A Decade In The Grave" which they recently put out. There is also "Deathklaat" which is, by far, the best Six Feet Under song to date. The video is great, but it isn't amzing or anything. It's just a six feet under performance with a bit of effects, it's a good watch though, I believe it was only released for the compilation, you can also watch that on metalblade.

Onto the actual tracks.

1. (Decompostion Of The Human Race)

- This was a great opener, some strange sounds at the beginnning and then it really fires up. The song starts slowly but continues on through going faster and basically shows you what most of the tracks on the album will sound somewhat like. Chris Barnes vocals on this tracks are low on this track, and this track has faster vocals than most. good finish also. Not really the best track on the album, but it's worth quite a few listens.

2. (Somewhere in The Darkness)

- Nice start, starts brutal, ends brutal. This track gets a bit repetitive, but the solos are definately worth it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matt Oster on March 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
While not their best album, this cd is definately on par with their older material. I've heard some compare it to The Haunted, but I think its more of a Maximum Violence type of sound. Think 'No Warning' Shot meets 'The Day the Dead Walked'. The majority of the album is fast-paced and aggresive, a definate step up from Bringer of Blood. No political bullsh**t here, just plain old classic death metal. 4/5 - Definatly recommended.
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