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  • Audio CD (September 26, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B000001C8M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,643 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Enemy Inside
2. Silent Violence
3. Lycanthropy
4. Still Alive
5. Beneath A Black Sky
6. Human Target
7. Remains Of You
8. Suffering In Ecstacy
9. Tomorrow's Victim
10. Torn To The Bone
11. Haunted

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If you like Suffocation, Immolation, Morbid Angel, etc this should be a good pick.
SweetFreedom
To be honest, sfu's other albums are truly boring even their most violent one maximum violence--that album is the most boring album i've heard.
mangled
I don't know if most people actually like this thing, or if they're such fans of Barnes, that they're obligated to like it.
Hellmonkey

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By local musician on October 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
By all accounts, this can be lumped in with Death Metal. Chris Barnes is one of the original DM vocalists. Allen West played Guitar for Obituary, and his riffs sound very much like those he wrote with Obituary. Bassist Terry Butler has played with Death and Massacre. Thing is, once you listen to this, there is a big difference between Six Feet Under and the DM norm. There are no blast beats, or thousand beats per minute kick drums. But there is a killer groove to all of these songs. DM feel, but a grooviness seldom heard from a DM band.
None of the songs here are extremly intricate, and none have Kerry King style guitar solos. And it wouldn't be difficult to argue that these aren't the most talented musicians in the world. But having said that, I still love this album. I have played this for guys who like grunge, and they bought into this almost immediately. It is just very listenable. In my opinion, this is the best SFU album. If you like Cannibal Corpse and Obituary both, then buy this. If you are only a fan of extreme DM bands like Nile and Vader, then this will bore you to tears. But I highly recommed at least giving it a listen. It may surprise you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on March 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Six Feet Under was, as of 1995, just a side project. But their debut, "Haunted," rivals anything done by Chris Barnes' other band, Cannibal Corpse. And, like CC, Six Feet Under are (of course) very spiteful, in addition to being raunchy, dark, and fast. "Haunted" boasts a brutal, riff-heavy attack, and, even though the vocals are deep and gruff with an occasional shriek (i.e. in the title track), Barnes' lyrics are sometimes (as in "The Enemy Inside") discernable. But these songs aren't without hooks, because Steve's guitar work usually sounds quite awesome. Most of the songs (i.e. "Silent Violence") have a pounding rhythm with cascading riffs or fast, buzzsaw riffs (i.e. track one), but not every track is the same. For example, "Lycanthropy" is backed by ascending, machine gun riffs, and "Human Target" has a catchy stop-start rhythm. Other highlights include the thunderous "Beneath A Black Sky," and the scorching "Torn To The Bone." This album is arguably Six Feet Under's best work to date, and it is also possibly the best ever debut by a side project, so it's recommended to all metalheads, and an essential buy for everybody who enjoys death metal.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alex A. Fintonis on June 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Haunted is a real back to the basics kind of release. Chris Barnes formally of Cannibal Corpse decided to form another band with a much more simple straight forward kind of sound. This band is Six Feet Under. This was a choice that would forever be controversial for the fans of death metal.

Anyone who is a fan of Cannibal Corpse as I am, would know that they are fast and all over the place in brutality. Six Feet Under lyricly and musically are just as bit as heavy and brutal as Cannibal Corpse. Thanks in part to Chris Barnes. Their style of music however is not nearly is complicated and there is a lot less intricate guitar work. But I have to say it works. The riffs are very catchy and one can just sit there and bang their head to them for the whole album.

One of the albums strongest points is the guitar work of Allen West. West was the guitarist of Obituary (my favorite death metal band). Listening to the album West's guitar work is very prevalent and I definately hear some Obituary in there. Unfortunatly West left after the first album. I believe this hurt the band some because I don't think the guitar work has every been quite as up to par since he left. West is now back with Obituary and all is well.

Another interesting observation about Six Feet Under is that with some of their songs Chris Barnes' vocals a bit more understandable than his prevous works with Corpse. This is fine with me it adds to the simplicity of the band. One of the best things about Six Feet Under is they show the listener that one can be very brutal and heavy in the world of death metal without playing a million notes and pounding the drums like someone who is overdosing on speed. Chris Barnes, dispite some trips and falls continues to deliver and loves what he does so please just give the guy a little break.

Stay Heavy!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "skulliest" on May 18, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Well, I figured that this CD was worth a decent review since no one has had enough brainpower to write one yet. From what I can tell, this is the first CD by these guys, who have created a hybrid of Cannibal Corpse (Chris Barnes) and Obituary (Allen West). Where the bassist and drummer are from is beyond me.
You've pretty much got it all here. Chris' growling vocals, that are unintelligible to the untrained ear (I understand him), mix pretty well with Allen's sludgy riffs that you might find on albums like World Demise. The rhythm section is solid here too; all combining to create some pretty intimidating music.
I love to throw this CD on at parties just for shock value alone. I'm the only one of my group of friends who listens to this genre of music, so I love the faces they make when Chris 'sings' about the brutal subjects on this CD.
It's nice to see that there are other topics on this CD than massacre and bludgeoning,like the occult (Lycanthropy) and nuclear war (Beneath A Black Sky); some nice light topics. Hardcore Cannibal Corpse fans may curse me for this, but hearing gory details about a murder or things associated with that get tiring after a while. However, hearing Chris growl out his divine and pure emotion for a loved one probably wouldn't work, so I think that this CD meets comfortably on the side of evil without going overboard (for the most part).
Allen Wests riffs are pure Obituary and are menacing. However, at times they are predictable and unimaginative, leaving you with a feeling that you could have easily played this song yourself (why aren't I playing for these guys?). This may be the case, but they are still good songs. Sometimes you don't have to play a mile a minute to get your point across.
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