Six Feet Deep

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Six Feet Deep was a Christian metal band from Cleveland, Ohio.[1]

They released two albums, Struggle and The Road Less Traveled, before disbanding in the late 1990s. "Angry Son," from the first album, reached #1 on the Pure Rock Report chart in the spring of 1995, and the latter album debuted as the #1 Most Added Album on CMJ's Loud Chart in 1997. Myk Porter, the lead singer for the band went on to form the indie band Brandtson along with guitarist Matt Traxler.

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