Exploring the slower side of death metal, Six Feet Under continue to focus on heaviness over chaos on their tenth album, Unborn. Sticking to their groove-oriented formula, Six Feet Under do what they do best and deliver a solid slab of crushing riffs that hit like a wrecking ball. While this approach might not have the visceral impact that a frenzy of blastbeats can have, the band's slow and brutal methods show that death metal doesn't necessarily have to be fast to feel destructive.
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AllMusic Review by Gregory Heaney