Six Feet Deep - Struggle

Saturday 1st October 1994
Six Feet Deep - Struggle

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Reviewed by Matt Anderson

I was very much impressed by Focused (CR21), even to the point of giving them the throne and crown of hardcore music... But now I've thrown them off the throne and replaced them by Six Feet Deep. This is probably the most aggressive sounding Christian band I've heard with a seering style that is a cross between the Crucified (now defunct) and Pontera. Like most hardcore albums, the production is raw. But this doesn't matter because there's so much power behind this band's sound. All the songs are high points on this album, but the one's that really stand out are "Front", "Regret", "Nemesis", "Struggle", "Angry Son" and "Release". The lyrics are powerful in every song, covering many topics with the words on "Release" superb and worthy of an extremely loud "Amen" before we go out of the front door, and tell the world how great our God is. A hardcore band delivering an extremely hardcore message. And an extremely funky front cover.

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