As Underoath gears up for their highly anticipated US tour that kicks off next week in Pittsburgh, PA, the metalcore titans have unleashed a captivating and infectiously catchy new single, “Lifeline (Drowning).” Extracted from their forthcoming album, set to be announced in the near future and expected to drop in early 2024, the track weaves an intricate sonic tapestry that resonates deeply on an emotional level as an outcry for help. “Lifeline (Drowning)” showcases Underoath‘s ability to craft a composition that hooks listeners with its irresistible allure. The song combines the group’s signature metalcore sensibilities and commanding instrumentation with compelling… Read more »
Metal behemoths Underoath and The Ghost Inside have announced a massive summer co-headlining tour with We Came As Romans and Better Lovers as support. “This tour has been a long time in the making and I couldn’t be more pumped,” Underoath shares in a press release. “The fact that we’ve never toured with any of these bands before is wild but the fact that we’re all on one tour is making me count down the day till it starts. Insane summer ahead!” Read more: Sundressed Tackle Anxiety Head-On With Have Mercy On New Single “Fuck It Up” Ahead of their… Read more »
A new episode of The Gunz Show, you say? Don’t mind if we do. Tune in this week to hear Gunz chat with Spencer Chamberlain.
When the Underoath frontman joins the show, he’s talking COVID-19 and their planned tour with Slipknot. He also chats about the Underoath way to do a livestream, other music he’s working on, and more. Listen in now!
Photo via Roadrunner Records Alright so THIS is going to be wild. Slipknot have just announced a nationwide headlining tour that features A DAY TO REMEMBER, UNDEROATH, and Code Orange. These shows are guaranteed to be massive and I love the lineup for it. I feel like if you like one band, you like all of them and now with Slipknot back, it makes sense for them to tour with bands like ADTR and UO. Especially since they are massive fans (like us) of Slipknot; I remember years ago Underoath actually dressed on stage as Slipknot during one of their… Read more »
idobi photographer Lindsey Blane covered the Underoath show at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, BC.
During this Gunz Extra, listen to Gunz have a heart to heart with Spencer from Underoath.
One of the better bands that this, “Scene,” has well, for lack of better words, seen, has been Underoath. Underoath brought a legitimacy to the once cringe-worthy term of, “Screamo,” by adding their own unique elements to it and delivering some of the loudest and heaviest rocking live performances I’d ever seen. Between Aaron and Spencer, you have two great vocalists that can mix between singing, screaming, and sharing harmonies and dual vocals back and forth. “They’re Only Chasing Safety,” still to this day resonates and remains one of the best albums in their genre, hands down. HANDS DOWN. I… Read more »
To me, Erase Me is the band finding the apex-predator version of its sound: stripped-down, loud, and powerful.
idobi photographer Crystal Huffman covered Underoath at The Norva in Norfolk, VA.
Following the news of their breakup last week, Underoath will be heading out across North America for one final run with mewithoutYou, As Cities Burn, and letlive. Click “read more” to see the full list of dates and a teaser video.