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Underoath announce farewell tour

As you are all probably aware, earlier this month we reported on the break-up of Christian metalcore act, Underoath. The band has just announced dates for their upcoming farewell tour with mewithoutYou, As Cities Burn and letlive.

Head here for a full list of dates and locations. You can also hear a sample of the band’s new song “Sunburnt”, here.

Tickets for the tour go on sale October 10th and include a limited edition 7″ featuring two brand-new songs, as well as a limited edition tour poster.

Underoath’s career retrospective album, “Anthology 1999-2013” will be available November 6th. The “greatest hits” of sorts will include tracks from their 1999 debut, “Act of Depression”, all the way through to 2010’s “Ø (Disambiguation”. The album will also contain two newly recorded tracks “Sunburnt” and “Unsound”.  Recorded with longtime producer Matt Goldman, the two new songs represent the final material recorded by the band.



Underoath announce “Anthology” information

They may be breaking up and ready to embark on their farewell tour, but Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath have now unveiled the cover art and tracklist details for their upcoming greatest hits album “Anthology.”

The cover art can be viewed at the left; the tracklist (which features two brand new tracks) can be viewed here.

“Anthology” is set for release on November 6th.



Underoath calls it quits, announce farewell tour

Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath have broken up after fifteen years. The band has issued the following statement on their departure:

“It’s sad to say that we feel like it’s time to close this chapter, but we have never seen things more clearly,” stated vocalist Spencer Chamberlain. “These have been the best years of my entire life, and I owe that to every single person who ever supported this band along the way. This wasn’t a quick decision by any means. It’s just time for us to move on.”

“Over the past decade or so of our lives, we have been able to live a dream traveling the world, playing music that excites us, and meeting more amazing people than we could have ever fathomed,” said keyboardist Chris Dudley. “This couldn’t be a more bittersweet moment for us. We have accomplished more, met more friends, seen more places and have just done more than we could have ever imagined, and we really wanted to just go out on the highest note possible. That’s why we have put together a group of great friends and musicians for what will be our final tour ever. We are taking every moment of this tour as an opportunity to say goodbye to you all, as well as celebrate what has taken place over all these years. The love we have and the debt of gratitude that we owe to all of you is not able to be measured in any way.”

However, the band will be doing a farewell tour and releasing an anthology record. We’ll keep you posted.



Underoath reissuing “The Changing of Times” and “They’re Only Chasing Safety” on vinyl

Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath have announced that they will be pressing both their 2002 album “The Changing of Times” and 2004 album “They’re Only Chasing Safety” on vinyl this year. Both albums are notable for raising the band’s popularity, and are also notable for featuring different lead vocalists (even more notable still, neither vocalist is currently in the band).

The vinyl reissues drop on October 2nd and can be pre-ordered here.

Underoath’s released their seventh studio album “Ø (Disambiguation)in November of 2010 on Roadrunner Records.



Underoath apparently in the studio recording new album

According to a picture Underoath recently posted on Instagram, the band is currently in the studio recording a new album.

You can feast your eyes upon the previously mentioned picture by clicking here.

The band last released “Ø (Disambiguation)” in 2010 through Roadrunner Records. We’ll keep you updated as more news surrounding this picture and the band’s possible upcoming album surface.

 



Underoath to tour South America

Underoath_0Underoath have announced plans to tour South America in May. Joining them will be We Came as Romans, Protest the Hero, and Close Your Eyes. Check out the dates here to see if you’ll be able to catch ’em!

Underoath last released “Ø (Disambiguation)” in 2010 through Roadrunner Records.



Cover Art Battle (October 18th): Patrick Stump, Alesana, Plow United…VOTE!

Whether bizarre, beautiful, thought provoking, or hilarious, each Tuesday we will present the most interesting album covers from the albums released that week and let you readers vote on which one you think should win “Best Cover Art of the Week!”

This week (October 18th), we’ve got a handful of entries to pick from:  Check out the entries here and cast your vote.

Also, don’t forget to vote for September’s Cover Art of the Month battle, which is still raging right here (winner announced first week of November).



New Music Video: Underoath – “Driftwood”

Underoath_0Screamo act Underoath have released a video for their song “Driftwood” from their album Ø (Disambiguation.) ” You can watch it right here.

Underoath’s latest release, Ø (Disambiguation), was released in November of 2010 on Roadrunner Records.



Solid State Records give away “Full Throttle” sampler

Solid State Records (aka Tooth & Nail) is giving away a sampler compilation, entitled “Full Throttle,” which features songs from  bands like August Burns Red, Emery, and Underoath for free.

You can stream and download it right here.



Letlive to join Underoath on tour

Letlive of Epitaph Records will be taking off for a tour with Underoath in support of their latest effort “Fake History.”

You can find the tour dates right here.  And in case you missed it, you can catch an interview with both the band and the owner of Dying Scene right over here.

Letlive released “Fake History” on April 12th.



Music Video: Underoath premiere “Paper Lung” from “Ø Disambiguation”

Underoath_0Tampa’s superstars of screamo Underoath have just premiered the music video for the song “Paper Lung” off their latest record “Ø Disambiguation”  Head on over to their website to check it out!  Don’t be alarmed if you have to choose one of three sharing options (Facebook, e-mail, etc) before you are granted access.

Underoath must be quite proud of this video, the second off their last record, as the production values look to be about as professional as they come.  Looks a little like it cost more to produce than most bands will make in their entire careers.

“Ø Disambiguation” is Underoath’s seventh album and was released November 9th, 2010 on Roadrunner Records.



Underoath keyboardist explains why he’s sitting out their tour

Underoath_0Underoath keyboardist Chris Dudley will be skipping the band’s upcoming Europe tour, and he posted an entry to the band’s site explaining why (in short: babies). Here’s a snippet:

Hello all, I’m taking a moment here to let you all know that due to family situations I am currently having, I will not be going on our upcoming tour of the UK and Europe.  I know “family situations” is rather vague, but the long short of it is that me and my wife recently welcomed our 2nd daughter into the world. Her due date was drastically close to the beginning of this tour, so in talking to the rest of the dudes about it I decided that I need to sit this tour out to be at home with my family. With my wife recovering, my daughter not even out of the hospital yet and our 2 year old at home, it was the decision that had to be made.

Read the whole thing here. Full dates for the tour are here.



A Day To Remember and Underoath announce Australian tour dates

To all you Aussie metalcore fans, you’ll be stoked to hear about A Day To Remember and Underoath coming to your continent in May. They’ll be playing a handful of shows (dates here) to support their respective latest albums. Tickets go on sale March 2nd.

A Day To Remember released What Separates Me From You November 16th on Victory Records. Underoath released Ø Disambiguation a week earlier on Roadrunner Records.



Thursday / Underoath to release limited edition split 7-inch

OG screamo act Thursday have announced that they will be releasing a limited edition split 7-inch with Underoath.

The split will feature “Paper Lung” from Underoath’s latest album “Ø Disambiguation”, and a brand new song titled “Past and Future Ruins” from Thursday’s upcoming full-length album out on Epitaph this April. Fans will only be able to purchase the 7” during their upcoming tour dates together while supplies last.

Check out the dates and locations here.

Thursday released their latest album “Common Existence” in 2009.



Underoath reveal an interesting marketing campaign

Underoath_0 Maybe it’s a slow news day, but this is actually quite interesting. Florida favourites, Underoath, have unveiled a curious marketing technique for their newest effort, “Ø (Disambiguation)”. Apparently, they have released a deluxe edition “USB wristband” so you can actually wear their album on your sleeve. The USB contains their new album, webisodes, 3 remixes, exclusive interviews, print-out posters, an extensive photo gallery and future downloads. So, if you happen to be a fan of Underoath this is probably very appealing to you collectors out there. Unfortunately, it is only sold exclusively via Hot Topic so you’ll have to venture into it’s mall-punk darkness to obtain your wristband.

“Ø (Disambiguation)” is Underoath’s 7th album and their first since the departure of their last founding member, Aaron Gillispie.