SIX FEET TALL: Italian noisemongers premiere new EP "Be Grave With Your Life" Thursday June 11 2020, 4:46 AM
SIX FEET TALL: Italian noisemongers premiere new EP "Be Grave With Your Life"

oday, Italian noise rock/post hardcore band SIX FEET TALL premiere their new EP "Be Grave With Your Life" through an exclusive premiere hosted by  Idioteq  and  Salad Days Magazine .

"Be Grave with Your Life" is set to be unleashed through Mothership Records on June 12th 2020.

Recently the band launched the haunting videoclip for the single "Regaining Soil" at Everything Is Noise! Watch the clip  HERE !

RIYL: Whores, Mutoid Man, Jawbox, Coliseum

Watch the video of the record's first single, "Do/Don't",  HERE .

SIX FEET TALL are based in Perugia, Italy, and made their debut in 2016 with a debut EP for UA' Records. The band started touring Italy right away and embarked in a UK tour in 2017. In 2019 they revamped the lineup, which now includes Michele Perla from Die Abete on guitar, Andrea Gentili and Federico Mazzoli from Northwoods, respectively on drums and on bass, Diego Coletti, singer of punk rockers Cayman the Animal, on guitar and vocals.

"Be Grave with Your Life" was recorded between 2019 and 2020 in Rome (Cinque Quarti Studio with Lorenzo Amato) and Perugia (HD studio with Alberto Travetti, where the vocals were recorded).

Showing continual evolution in sound and structure and drawing influences from several sources (Dischord-style post hardcore, punk rock and metallic riffs), SIX FEET TALL sheer away from the more conventional aspects of noise rock and opt for a more emotional and unpredictable sound which explores darker avenues of punishing riffs while seamlessly intertwining atmosphere and melody.

The record was mixed by Dave Curran of the UNSANE at Trai Studio (MI) and mastered by Claudio Adamo at Fonoprint Studio in Bologna, Italy.

The artwork is by Alessio Marchetti (Tutti I Colori Del Buio, Rope) and its vivid imagery based on decontextualized childhood perfectly matches the concept of the EP: life, death and (false?) hopes.


1. Paleolithic Before Paleo Was Cool
2. Do/Don't
3. Regaining Soil
4. Hold My Mask
5. Still Waters Are Still Assholes
6. Fear Enough


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