Maximum Violence

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Maximum Violence
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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 13, 1999
GenreDeath metal
Length37:13
LabelMetal Blade Records
ProducerBrian Slagel
Six Feet Under chronology
Warpath
(1997)
Maximum Violence
(1999)
Graveyard Classics
(2000)
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Maximum Violence is Six Feet Under's 3rd studio album. The album goes back to Chris Barnes' roots in Cannibal Corpse with violent themes/lyrics. It was also the first Six Feet Under album to feature Steve Swanson on guitars.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Feasting on the Blood of the Insane"4:32
2."Bonesaw"3:08
3."Victim of the Paranoid"3:06
4."Short Cut to Hell"3:12
5."No Warning Shot"3:05
6."War Machine" (Kiss cover)4:27
7."Mass Murder Rampage"3:10
8."Brainwashed"2:43
9."Torture Killer"2:43
10."This Graveyard Earth"3:27
11."Hacked to Pieces"3:40
Total length:37:13
Reissue bonus tracks
No.TitleLength
12."Wrathchild" (Iron Maiden cover)2:52
13."Jailbreak" (Thin Lizzy cover)4:08
14."War is Coming" (Live)3:15

Personnel[edit]

Six Feet Under
Additional musicians
  • Paul Booth - Backing vocals on "Feasting on the Blood of the Insane" and "Bonesaw"
  • Chris Carroll - Backing vocals on "Bonesaw"
Production
  • Produced by Brian Slagel
  • Engineered by Chris Carroll, Kieran Wagner and Luly Deya
  • Mixed by Brian Slagel and Chris Carroll
  • Mastered by Brad Vance
Artwork
  • Cover art by Paul Booth
  • Graphics by Brian Ames
  • Photography by Joe Giron

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