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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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Holy s**t there is a lot HOSTILITY listed in the comments below. Can’t we all just get along!!
I know because I saw them live last week there's only two original members left but there still underoath the first album with the new lineup cameout last month dont challenge a real metal head phoneees
U guys r all wrong the drummer left they replaced him then two other members left they replaced them and the rest still play under the name underoath look it up dumb asses I'm a real meatal sreamo head
loubro2006
I am a late Underøath fan, i heard them when they did their last album, Ø (Disambiguat i ø n ) , in 2010 and feel bad that they broke up last year. I wanted to hear a new record instead of Play Your Old Stuff. They were a great band, they were a great Christian Metal/Altern a t i v e Band and they should be celebrated always. "In Division" is how I got to know them and I'm glad I heard of them before their breakup. Underøath will always be the best.
They did break up. I remember the official announcement on their website stating such.
@thestooplio n 1 9 , they did break up. You might want to check your sources before you make accusations and call people names.
They didn't break up, lol... speaking of...!
They didn't brake up the drummer left and they replaced him u fuckn idiot
They broke up
These fellows are awesome, great job bros keep up the good work.
Underoath is good
Buddy turned me on to this band. I'll be listening to it more tonight. They sound really great.
This sounds like something my brother would listen to......
Lost In The Sound Of Separation still pumps me up after all of these years. Long live Underoath in everyone's hearts.
Love these guys. All genuine and pure at heart. Will always rock out to Chasing Safety, Define the Great Line, and Lost in the Sound and Separation. Love and Light to All.
Not actually sure about Underøath. Love their music but don't hear much about them
They're not playing at VA beach D:
Incredible band <3
Best band ever.
This song is just beyond awesome I cant even
i loveeeeeeee this songggg
^~^
Sleepwave is Spencer's new band project! They sound cool!
Bridgette who is sleep wave ??
I heard Spencer is in sleepwave
Been there we all have it will be all good
Damn I love this band they have always been by my side when I've been down on my luck especially when my ex fiance left me because God told her to which I have to say that I truly believe that she was out of her Damn mind but then again she married a junior pastor of her church so now I have to say that maybe she did hear voices or her dumb a** got brain washed by her f**king church or the pastor of her church just wanted to get into her loose pants which she wasn't ever really that jaw dropping
That is true there has never been run of the mill about them
The Changing of Times is easily my favorite of theirs. Everything is pretty good though. Albeit I wasn't too big on They're Only Chasing Safety.
I don't like this description. Underoath was never a run-of-the-m i l l Christian metalcore band they have been awesome from day one. Their old stuff is amazing.
YESSSS. Warped tour is going to be greaaaaatttt t . Too bad they broke up. I'd love to see them.

Love this song....but that is a long a** tittle
Goodness I was so confused when I read the warped comment. I have that lineup nearly memorized. Sadly UnderØath isn't around... I love them. But cant wait for Warpedddd :D
Are you serious? Underoath is no more unfortunatel y . Look at the name of Anthology
i cant wait to seeee them this summer gonna be great :) come on warped
greatest band till the srummer left bullshitt!!
Now is great chirstian rock band I have there cd
and gstephens, that's hands down my favorite song, EVER
well to be realistic underoath does scream and they do have some metalish guitars, maybe not to a person who listens to metal all the time, but to anyone else underoath is certainly a heavier style.
A boy brushed red, that song. That soooooong.
Haha whoa wait.. Someone's confused. Athorneracer , underoath, metal? I know people that might kick your asss if you told them underoath was a good metal band. Underoath screams a lot, that's about all that it has in common with metal.
A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White.. I just listen to that over and over and over...
Still not over their breakup :c
m.bricker84
Great Band. Saw them in concert before Aaron Gillespie left. My friend introduced me to The Changing of Times album, and I was hooked after that. I was glad to here them go back more to there heavier roots when Define the Great Line came out.
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All their stuff is great, but chasing safety is by far the best, miss this band
Damn I love this band they have been by my side through thick and thin ever since my fiance left me because God told her to and we were together for 8 years and one day she just up and left me and now she's married to a pastor after she cheated on me while I was buring my grandmother and then I was in a really bad car accident in which I died for a couple of minutes but hey at least I'm still here fortunately and then was in a coma for a couple of months and I had spoken to my grandmother who ha
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