SIX FEET UNDER's CHRIS BARNES Lends Voice To Animated Series 'The Olympians'

June 8, 2017

For the first time ever, SIX FEET UNDER's Chris Barnes will make a special voice-over appearance on an animated series: "The Olympians", a comedy about the Greek gods falling on hard times and struggling to find a place in modern society.

Recently screened at the Portland Comedy Film Fest (where it won "Best Animated Comedy"!),"The Olympians" is directed by Bob Spang ("Lilo & Stitch", "Brother Bear") and scored by Cormac Bluestone ("It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia"),with voices by Jon Etheridge ("Battlefield Friends", "Doraleous And Associates"),Jimmy Euringer (MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE, "Guardians Of The Galaxy 2"),Stevic Mckay (TWELVE FOOT NINJA),Bill Gaal (NOTHINGFACE, IN FOR THE KILL, KNIVES OUT),Rob Kersey (PSYCHOSTICK),Sean Zatorsky (CHIMAIRA, DAATH, SINSAENUM),Jason Suecof (producer, mixer, guitarist and songwriter),Richard Thomas (MUSHROOMHEAD, VENTANA),Matt Foran (CIRCUS OF DEAD SQUIRRELS, VENTANA) in addition to Barnes as "Chad."

Barnes comments: "Lending my voice for an animated feature is something I haven't had the privilege of attempting or being involved with... So I feel pretty lucky and excited to be involved with 'The Olympians'!!"

SIX FEET UNDER's twelfth studio album, "Torment", wwas released on February 24 via Metal Blade. The disc was brought to life by Barnes with bassist/guitarist Jeff Hughell (BRAIN DRILL) shouldering the load of writing the music, along with heralded drummer Marco Pitruzzella (BRAIN DRILL, ANOMALOUS, SLEEP TERROR).

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