Most of the dates for the forthcoming "The Unnatural Born Killers Tour 2003", featuring headliners SIX FEET UNDER with openers SKINLESS, BEHEMOTH, and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have been officially announced.

Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Oct. 16 - Tampa, FL @ Brass Mug
Oct. 17 - Orlando, FL @ Back Booth
Oct. 18 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL Factory
Oct. 19 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Oct. 20 - Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
Oct. 22 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Rosebud
Oct. 23 - West Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Oct. 24 - Providence, RI @ Living Room
Oct. 25 - Buffalo, NY @ Infiniti
Oct. 26 - New Haven, CT @ Toads
Oct. 27 - Long Island, NY @ Downtown
Oct. 28 - Randolph, NJ @ Obsessions
Oct. 29 - Wilkes Barre, PA @ Metropolis
Oct. 30 - Montreal, QC @ Foufounes
Oct. 31 - Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Nov. 01 - Latham, NY @ Saratoga Winners
Nov. 02 - Brooklyn, NY @ L'amour
Nov. 03 - Chicago, IL @ Metro
Nov. 04 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
Nov. 05 - St. Louis, MO @ Creepy Crawl
Nov. 06 - Cedar Falls, IA @ Reverb
Nov. 07 - Kansas City, KS @ El Terron
Nov. 08 - Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
Nov. 09 - Salt Lake City, UT @ DV8
Nov. 11 - Palo Alto, CA @ The Edge
Nov. 13 - Hollywood, CA @ Keyclub
Nov. 14 - Corona, CA @ Showcase
Nov. 15 - Phoenix, AZ @ Bash On Ash
Nov. 17 - Dallas, TX @ venue TBA
Nov. 18 - Austin, TX @ venue TBA
Nov. 19 - San Antonio, TX @ venue TBA

SIX FEET UNDER's new album, "Bringer Of Blood", is due on September 23 through Metal Blade Records. The disc, rampant with an infectious blend of jackhammer grooves and pure aggressive immensity, fuses the band's attraction to dark fantasy as well as significant social commentary.

Recorded at the renowned Morrisound Studios in Florida and produced (as were all previous SIX FEET UNDER releases) by singer Chris Barnes himself, "Bringer Of Blood" features a free DVD supplement containing interviews with the band, a documentary about the band and the metal scene, "Six Feet Underground" — which made its screening debut recently at the Chicago Independent Film Festival) filmed by underground film maker Deron Grams, and an extensive photo gallery.

The first video clip from "Bringer of Blood", the social commentary-intense "Amerika The Brutal" has debuted on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" program, and radio support is quickly following. Vocalist Chris Barnes said, "I'm really proud that MTV picked this one up. The video is an honest view about the state of affairs in the world today. People are being ostracized in this country for free thought, and putting Freedom Of Speech to the test at a time when it needs to be, because there's something really wrong is happening out there, and people need to be made aware of it "


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