The Dead Walk is the third album by the American deathcore band The Acacia Strain, released on June 13, 2006 through Prosthetic Records. This is the band's first album to be solely released through Prosthetic Records. This is the band's only release with bassist Seth Coleman and the last with guitarist Daniel Daponde. One music video was made for the album, "Angry Mob Justice" released in 2006.
- "Sarin: The End"
- "As If Set Afire"
- "Angry Mob Justice"
- "Whoa! Shut It Down!"
- "See You Next Tuesday" (featuring Mike Ternan of Damnation AD)
- "Predator; Never Prey"
- "The Dead Walk" (featuring Rusty Kupyar of Torn Asunder)
The Acacia StrainEdit
- Vincent Bennett - lead vocals
- Daniel Laskiewicz - lead guitar
- Seth Coleman - bass guitar
- Daniel Daponde - rhythm guitar
- Mark Castillo - drums
- Mike Ternan - vocals on track 7
- Lou Tanuis - gang vocals on track 10
- Phil Labonte - gang vocals on track 10
- Keith Holuk - gang vocals on track 10
- Nate Johnson - gang vocals on track 10
- Mitch Lucker - gang vocals on track 10
- Rusty Kupyar - vocals on track 11
- Produced by Adam Dutkiewicz
- Recorded by Adam Dutkiewicz and Wayne Krupa
- Mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz and Wayne Krupa
- Mastered by Alan Douches
- Artwork by Paul A. Romano
- 4X4" is a reference to a type of burger you can get at In-N-Out Burger of the same name. This is what vocalist Vincent Bennet typically orders from the restaurant.
- "Angry Mob Justice" is a reference to The Simpsons when Principal Skinner says, "Ahh, there's no justice like angry mob justice" in the episode "Bart After Dark".
- "See You Next Tuesday" uses the famous acronym normally spelled "C U Next Tuesday" and subliminally using the word "Cunt".