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Underoath

Since their inception, Florida's Underøath have evolved from a run-of-the-mill Christian metalcore band into a fluid, dynamic, and energized rock group that adeptly blends emotive melody, charged punk rock rhythms, and a chunky, engaging bottom end. Underøath formed in 1998 in vocalist Dallas Taylor's bedroom. Within a year, the group -- with guitarist Tim McTague, drummer Aaron Gillespie, and keyboardist Christopher Dudley -- had inked a deal with Alabama's Takehold record label. In July 1999, Underøath released the six-song Act of Depression CD, which sold over 2,000 copies. The five-song Cries of the Past followed a year later, selling over 3,000 copies.

In 2002, Takehold licensed all of its bands and releases to Seattle's Tooth & Nail/Solid State label. Underøath hit the studio and recorded the ten songs that would comprise their first album under the new partnership, appropriately titled The Changing of Times. Taylor abruptly left the group in the middle of 2003's Warped Tour, leaving distressed fans contemplating the band's uncertain future. Underøath -- which also included bassist Grant Brandell and guitarist James Smith -- continued on, however, enlisting ex-This Runs Through member Spencer Chamberlain as their new vocalist.

A year later, the new lineup released They're Only Chasing Safety and supported it on the road with bands like Thrice, the Bled, Hopesfall, and Fear Before the March of Flames. A special edition of the album was next released in fall 2005 that included four bonus tracks; touring continued with a spring 2006 headlining tour alongside Poison the Well, As Cities Burn, and others. Deciding to stick with Tooth & Nail instead of jumping to a major label, the sextet showcased substantial growth and maturity on its next effort, Define the Great Line, issued in June 2006. A heavier, more emotional album than the breakout success of 2004's Chasing Safety, the record sold close to 100,000 copies in just its first week of release and was certified gold by the year's end. Embraced by fans and critics alike and considered the band's masterpiece by many, the group supported it on Warped's main stage that summer.

But with a month of dates remaining, tensions within Underøath's ranks suddenly came to a head, causing them to drop off the traveling festival. Rumors swirled of their impending breakup, but the guys remained adamant that a much-needed break was merely due to sort things out. They proved themselves by returning in 2006 with Define the Great Line. Climbing all the way to number two, the album became the highest-charting Christian album on the Billboard 200 since 1997 when LeAnn Rimes took the number one spot with You Light Up My Life. Underøath returned to the studio in 2008 for Lost in the Sound of Separation, an 11-song behemoth of a record that saw the group adopt a darker, more experimental (yet still undeniably heavy) sound. In 2009 drummer/vocalist Aaron Gillespie left the group, and was replaced by ex-Norma Jean drummer Daniel Davison. Ø (Disambiguation), the group's seventh full-length recording, arrived the following year. ~ Ryan J. Downey, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Anthology 1999-2013

1. Sunburnt

2. Unsound

3. In Division

4. Catch Myself Catching Myself

5. Paper Lung

6. Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

7. Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear

8. In Regards To Myself

9. You're Ever So Inviting

10. Writing On The Walls

11. A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White

12. Reinventing Your Exit

13. It's Dangerous Business

14. I've Got Ten Friends And A Crowbar That Says You Ain't Gonna Do Jack

15. When The Sun Sleeps

16. Cries Of The Past

17. Heart Of Stone

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Track List: Play Our Old Stuff: An Underoath Anthology

Disc 1

1. When The Sun Sleeps

2. Letting Go Of Tonight

3. A Message For Adrienne

4. Never Meant To Break Your Heart

5. The Changing Of Times

6. Angel Below

7. The Best Of Me

8. Short Of Daybreak

9. Alone In December

10. 814 Stops Today

Disc 2

1. Young And Aspiring

2. A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White

3. The Impact Of Reason

4. Reinventing Your Exit

5. The Blue Note

6. It's Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door

7. Down, Set, Go

8. I Don't Feel Very Receptive Today

9. I'm Content With Losing

10. Some Will Seek Forgiveness, Others Escape

Disc 3

1. In Regards To Myself

2. A Moment Suspended In Time

3. There Could Be Nothing After This

4. You're Ever So Inviting

5. Salmarnir

6. Returning Empty Handed

7. Casting Such A Thin Shadow

8. Moving For The Sake Of Motion

9. Writing On The Walls

10. Everyone Looks So Good From Here

11. To Whom It May Concern

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Track List: O (Disambiguation)

1. In Division

2. Catch Myself Catching Myself

3. Paper Lung

4. Illuminator

5. Driftwood

6. A Divine Eradication

7. Who Will Guard The Guardians

8. Reversal

9. Vacant Mouth

10. My Deteriorating Incline

11. In Completion

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Track List: Lost In The Sound Of Separation

1. Breathing In A New Mentality

2. Anyone Can Dig A Hole But It Takes A Real Man To Call It Home

3. A Fault Line, A Fault Of Mine

4. Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near

5. The Only Survivor Was Miraculously Unharmed

6. We Are The Involuntary

7. The Created Void

8. Coming Down Is Calming Down

9. Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

10. Too Bright To See Too Loud To Hear

11. Desolate Earth/The End Is Here

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Track List: Survive Kaleidoscope

Disc 1

1. Returning Empty Handed

2. In Regards To Myself

3. It's Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door

4. You're Ever So Inviting

5. To Whom It May Concern

6. A Moment Suspended In Time

7. Young And Aspiring

8. Writing On The Walls

9. Everyone Looks So Good From Here

10. Casting Such A Thin Shadow

11. Moving For The Sake Of Motion

12. A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White

Disc 2
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Track List: Define The Great Line

1. In Regards To Myself

2. A Moment Suspended In Time

3. There Could Be Nothing After This

4. You're Ever So Inviting

5. Salmarnir

6. Returning Empty Handed

7. Casting Such A Thin Shadow

8. Moving For The Sake Of Motion

9. Writing On The Walls

10. Everyone Looks So Good From Here

11. To Whom It May Concern

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Track List: (They're Only Chasing Safety)

1. Young And Aspiring

2. A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White

3. The Impact Of Reason

4. Reinventing Your Exit

5. The Blue Note

6. It's Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door

8. I Don't Feel Very Receptive Today

9. I'm Content With Losing

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Seen them at the Post Gazette for warped to tour '03 it was word that weren't going to show but they made it, it was awesome!
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this freaked the homie out. this isn't fake. apparently , if you copy and paste this on then comments you have the best jordie of your life tomorrow. You will either be f**ked by the homie or asked to smonk weed from his tail hole. if you break this chain, you will see a josh from YNC in your room tonight. in the next 4 minutes someone will tell kelz they love her or money over homie bangs.
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Saw them in Seattle in March of 2016. The show was absolutely awesome, the energy from the band was genuine and energetic. Do NOT miss the opportunity to see this band! I'm 48 yrs old and have always loved hard punk rock. My daughter turned me on to this band and joined me at the concert with her BF.
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mikeguillen2 3
I saw these guys perform for the first time since 09 in California at ADTR Self help fest. They effin killed it! Thank you Underoath for showing me why you guys kill it live!
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Another amazing band. Its hard to understand how people dont like them!!!!
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These guys and Prada have the best song titles, I got ten friends and a crowbar that say you ain't gonna do jack . Lol
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I first heard them in a racing game called FLATOUT 2
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@fritt fallande you sound retarded ugly ho
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wish i could thumb them up 100 times
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Mjmmokt.u
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They will forever remind me of when I first started listening to metalcore. Been about ten years since I first listened to them.
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I miss this music!!!
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Hey. Don't read this unless you like these kinds of weird posts. If you are reading this, then you will be either kissed or asked out soon, and you will have the best day of your life. Of you don't....idk just post this again 15 times in the next 143 min
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UnderOath is Amazing
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my ex got me into this band..
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PLEASE COME BACK!!!!!!!
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Love them so much
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I can't wait for there show at Starland Ballroom in Sayerville NJ April 15th, 2016. It's gonna be so dope.
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Please go check out my bands new e.p. http://clock s a g a i n s t t i m e . b a n d c a m p . c o m / r e l e a s e s
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Comeback! :DDD
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Worry not my fellow Underøath fans!! These guys are off hiatus and they're making a come back!!!(:
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I can feel you hart beat racing. ;)
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lovepets1982
This band was so freaking awesom
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saweeeet!! ❤️
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Amazing band ...
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You did not just say that WCAR is a "Christian screamo" band.
Educate yourself, please.
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underoath is my second christain screamo band from we came as romans
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Kiss your hand 10 times then post on two songs then look at your hand
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Okay, if you love this band check out The Almost cause Aaron (the drummer to UO) is the lead singer to The Almost now......and the lead singer to UO is in a band called Sleepwave... . . s o check them out!!! C:
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i love UO. sucks they broke up
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I miss this band, I'm glad I got to See them a few times
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Is there something about Pandora that makes people lose half of their IQ? Too many of the comments I see on here (among a variety of hardcore/ metal bands) are unintelligib l e .

Also I would have loved to see Underoath. They are legends man.
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If you guys miss Aaron he's really great in The Almost....ch e c k them out ;)
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darkrunner71 2
I've loved them for years. Losing Aaron as a drummer really sucked but they're still putting out great music.
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bclemmons120
I like it but fallout boy is a little more better.�����
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OH YEAH
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chc187
never gets old
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Underoath! My drive through high school! My drive now! :) I would love to check them out!!! :D
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Saw them on the farewell tour at the Worcester Palladium, I almost cried when they ended with a boy brushed red living in black and white. Spencer promised it wouldn't be the last time we'd see them there, let's hope he doesn't break it...
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They will be missed love this band
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Why aren't Act Of Depression & The Changing Of Times albums here?!
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Such a great tune
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Like I said before I have there cd
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stupid A** people. post about. the song or music f**kin idiots
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Do 90% of you idiots post the most stupidest comments that have nothing to do with the band?

P.S, Great band!
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dont read this because this actually works. you will be kissed by your lover on the nearest friday. tomorrow will be the best day of your life. now that you are reading this dont stop. post this on 5 songs in 143 minuites. then press f6 and your lovers name will appear in big letters. this is so scary it actually worksdont read this because this actually works
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This freaked me out. This isn't fake. Apparently, if you copy an paste this on ten comments in ten minutes you will have the best day of your life tomorrow. You will either be kissed or asked out. If you break the chain, you will see a little girl in your room tonight. In the next 53 minutes someone will say I love you or I'm sorry.
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Love them always
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One of the best bands I've ever heard :)
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