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Bring Me the Horizon announce “The American Nightmare Tour” with Underoath and Beartooth

British metalcore act Bring Me the Horizon have announced they will be embarking on a U.S. tour, entitled “The American Nightmare Tour”, with support from Beartooth and the recently-reunited Underoath. The dates and locations are below.

Bring Me the Horizon’s recent album, That’s the Spirit, was released in September of last year through Columbia Records. Beartooth’s latest album, Aggressive, was released last June, and Underoath haven’t released any new material since 2010’s Ø (Disambiguation).

Underoath announce European and UK tour

Recently-reunited metalcore/screamo group Underoath have announced a tour of Europe and the UK, which will take place in May and June of next year. On this tour, they will play two of their albums They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line, and the dates and locations can be found below.

Underoath reunited a year ago after a two-year break, and went on tour in the United States last spring. The band has not released an album of new material since 2010’s Ø (Disambiguation).

Underoath guitarist fundraises for father’s cancer treatment

Tim McTague, the guitarist for Tampa metalcore/screamo band  Underoath has launched a fundraising campaign to help out his dad, who is battling cancer.  McTague credits the support of both of his parents to Underoath’s formation and success as a band, and is asking fans to help his family pay for his dad’s chemotherapy and other treatments.  You can learn more about the campaign and donate here.

Underoath reunited this year after a 3-year hiatus, and they plan to tour again in 2016.

Underoath announce “Rebirth” US spring 2016 reunion tour dates

Metalcore / screamo group Underoath have announced a series of spring 2016 US “Rebirth” tour dates and you can check them out in detail below.

The group recently reunited after disbanding in October 2012.

Further Seems Forever to play Self Help Fest

Pompano Beach emo group Further Seems Forever have just announced that they’ll be playing the upcoming Self Help Fest in Bernardino, California. However, their original vocalist, Chris Carabba, will not be joining them; this means that the band will be composed of the lineup from their second album, How To Start A Fire, with Jason Gleason leading the vocals.

This news comes just off the announcement that Underoath would be reuniting for their Self Help Fest appearance. All things considered, it’s shaping to be a pretty phenomenal event.

Self Help Fest will take place on March 16th, 2016. Check their website for more details, and to book tickets.

Underoath officially reunite, announce plans to play at Self Help Festival

It’s official, the Grammy nominated Screamo outfit, Underoath, will reunite to play the 2016 Self Help Festival, in Bernardino, California. Furthermore drummer and vocalist Aaron Gillespie, who left the band in 2009, will be rejoining the outfit, which currently also consists of Grant Brandell, Spencer Chamberlain, Chris Dudley, James Smith and Tim McTague.

Gillespie commented on his decision to rejoin the band, stating, “This will be fun, just pure fun. So excited to get real closure and give all the peeps the best night ever with my five oldest buddies.”

“I think after the storm settled, we immediately started being friends again. I’m not sure if the ‘stars aligned’ or what,” added Chamberlain. “All of our schedules lined up to where we could do this show. I couldn’t be more stoked!”

No word yet if this will just be for a couple of reunion shows, or if more is to come from the band. Self Help Fest will take place March 19, at the NOS Event Centre. Visit their website for more details.

Underoath to reunite?

Metalcore/screamo band Underoath are teasing something that may result in a reunion, with a clip that displays the text “rebirth is coming”. You can view that clip below. In addition, a mailing list has appeared on Underoath’s official website, so go here to get more updates from the band.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on this story come to light. Underoath was last active in 2013, when they embarked on a farewell tour and called it quits. The band last released the compilation album, Anthology: 1999-2013, in 2013 through Solid State Records, and their last album, Ø (Disambiguation), was released in 2010.

Underoath reveal new trailer for upcoming documentary “Tired Violence”

Former metalcore/screamo band Underoath have posted a trailer for their upcoming documentary titled “Tired Violence”, a film that follows the band on their farewell tour in 2013. The film has been in production for a while now with delays owing to conflicts with funding. The band has since resumed production of the documentary after crowd funding it themselves and are looking to release it on May 1st. You can pre-order it here, and check out the trailer below.

DS Show Review: The Vans Warped Tour 2014 takes Jones Beach (Wantagh, NY)

Is it a strange thing for a 46-year old woman to look forward to Warped Tour every year? After all, not only has the event metamorphosed into a barely-recognizable form of its former self, but I am beginning to be mistaken for a Parental Day Care attendee (yes, I said “beginning” – I have good genes, okay?)

Nevertheless, despite the fact that the tour will likely never live up to my introduction to it seven years ago with the stellar punk lineup of The Bouncing Souls, Gallows, Streetlight Manifesto, Bad Religion, NOFX, Less Than Jake, Flogging Molly and Big D and the Kids Table, I do consider it an earmark to my summer. After all, what could be better than sunshine, little clothing, the discovery of new bands up close and personal and overpriced fried shit?

To that end, I made it my mission to (with the one and only exception of Every Time I Die, who is not ever to be missed and who were to be the focal point of my visit,) skip the structure and wander about the grounds (much easier to do this year with the change in venue,) stopping to observe any stage which caught my eye.

This year, the first group to do so was Charetta, a Manhattan-based, female-fronted, metal-infused outfit who actually didn’t look like they were born yesterday. The powerful vocals of Angelina DelCarmen alongside the dual shred of guitarists Pablo LaFrossia and Chris Fullam, with bassist Rich Mollo and drummer Adonis Sanchez rounding out the percussion, were a lively standout. With this being their only stop on the tour, the band needed to give this performance all that they had, and they didn’t disappoint. If Charetta is playing at a theater near you, you should really check them out, they’re a good time.

After conducting an enlightening interview with the interminable Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die (transcript to follow shortly – the sound quality isn’t amazing, as it almost never is at Warped, even in a press room, but you can view the video here,) [youtube][/youtube] I took five for a brewski in a comfy chair and chatted with a lovely, tattooed Canadian grandmother in a Slipknot shirt, there with her Japanese grandson. We both admired the dulcet tones of Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! as we sat, and giggled at the panda enjoying their set sidestage. While awaiting for ETID’s set to begin, I was lucky enough to stumble upon Brooklyn residents Hunter Valentine on the Shiragirl Stage. Those of you who followed Showtime’s “The Real L Word” will remember the band from their appearances on the show.

Not having actually had the opportunity to see the band play a full set before, it was pretty cool to watch them fly. This Toronto-bred, all-female band possesses a ton of positive energy to go with their rough-and-tumble punk sound. Currently on their junior release, the band gathered a respectable crowd, replete with tiny female admirers, as any rock band worth their salt should attract. Frontperson Kiyomi McCloskey played up to the crowd by strolling through it and borrowing a fan’s sunglasses and trading barbs with founding drummer Laura Petracca, while newer members Aimee Bessada and Veronica Sanchez managed the string section effortlessly. Their set actually felt much too short to me – I would highly recommend catching them on a headliner the next time one rolls around in Hipsterville.

Everyone knows that you absolutely do not miss an Every Time I Die performance. The first time I ever saw this band play, they were opening for Underoath, who at the time had a very strong live reputation – and ETID blew them off the stage. They’re also extremely fun to photograph, as evidenced by the eighty-some-odd pictures that I wound up with of them.

This band could blow the ceiling off the Sistine Chapel. Their sidestage at Monster was such a hotspot that security had to close it down. Both classics and new jams from their freshly released “From Parts Unknown” were met with unerring enthusiasm by the massive crowd (who lead pipe Keith Buckley earnestly thanked for making the trek over,) and joined his guitarist brother Jordan in surging into the crowd. Returning bassist Stephen Micciche took a turn as well, patiently snapping photos with wide-eyed fans in the pit as the set drew to a close, Second guitarist Andy Williams was a whirring dervish as drummer Ryan “Legs” Leger pounded the skins for all he was worth. ETID ended their set to an enthusiastic chant of “Buckleys!” as the crowd quickly dispersed for greener pastures.

On the way to sweat out one last bathroom journey and a phone charge before concluding the afternoon, I stumbled directly into Heart To Heart’s set on the Hard Rock Kevin Says Stage. Fucking wow, is all I can say. I was literally unable to continue my journey to the big empty arena, so captivating was the blood-and-guts performance headed up by Nick Zoppo and backed full blast by second vocalist and guitarist Taylor Stillwell, bassist Justin Bratcher and drummer Blaze Blanke. You couldn’t take your eyes off them, and although it was clear that their hardcore fans, who knew every word, were a bit outnumbered by the junior high school set, who clearly didn’t, the crowd grew larger and more appreciative with every song. They were a tornado, and I feel lucky to have caught these California native hardcorers in such a laid-back setting.

The band released their latest effort, “Dulce” last month to respectable reviews – I know I’m going to be checking it out.

Feel free to peruse the photoset (presuming you can find any that aren’t of ETID,) as I gear up for another week and a half of punk shows.

Warped Tour may have lost a lot of its original aesthetic, but the main point, which is to discover new music in an unpretentious setting, lives on.

HD Video: Underoath final show

A high quality video of Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath‘s final show in St. Petersburg, FL on Jan. 26, 2013 has surfaced on the interwebs.

To watch the full set, click here.

The band released their final album, Anthology: 1999-2013, last November via Solid State Records.

Music Video: Underoath – “Sunburnt”

Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath have premiered a music video for their new song “Sunburnt” and you can watch it right here.

The track is one of two new songs that appeared on their greatest hits album “Anthology,” released last November through Solid State.

You can find dates for the band’s farewell tour here.

Underoath adds new date to farewell tour

Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath have added a new date to their farewell tour. You can check out a full list of dates here.

The band released their final album “Anthology” November 6th through Solid State.

Underoath stream new song “Sunburnt” off upcoming “Anthology”

Christian metalcore/screamo act Underoath are streaming a brand new song titled “Sunburnt” right here.

The track is one of two new songs that will appear on their upcoming greatest hits album “Anthology,” due out November 6th through Solid State.

You can find dates for the band’s farewell tour here.

Interview: Underoath guitarist Tim McTague discusses breakup, Warped Tour, metalcore scene and more

By now the entire internet knows that Christian metalcore band Underoath will be calling it a career early next year. Guitarist Tim McTague was recently interviewed by AltPress where he discussed the breakup, their part in the metalcore scene and much more. Check the interview out here.

Underoath will release “Anthology 1999-2013″ next month (November 6th), and features two new tracks in addition to highlights from the rest of their career.

Underoath post more farewell tour information

It has been widely reported by this point, but Christian metalcore band Underoath will be calling it a career early next year. There had been speculation that additional dates would be added to their whirlwind farewell tour. Sadly for Underoath fans, that speculation came to rest today as it was announced that no additional dates will appear. Here’s what frontman Spencer Chamberlain had to say about the issue in an interview with Alternative  Press:

The thing is, when we got home [from our last tour], some of the guys decided they couldn’t tour full time any more due to families and kids. It’s tough to afford all that. That’s a lot of mouths to feed. People have houses and bills. We talked about instead of being a band that doesn’t really do very much, let’s just close the chapter and bring a good thing to an end. [As far as those dates go] really, that’s about as much time as the guys who got real jobs could get off, so it wasn’t like, “Hey, let’s only tour these places.” Half the band was like, “Let’s tour everywhere,” and the other half of the band was like, “We can’t tour at all.” The guys who did have other obligations [chose to] take their entire year’s vacation to do those 10 days. That’s kind of where it’s at. We looked at it as, “How far can we get in 10 days?” That’s about as far as we can get.

Underoath will release “Anthology 1999-2013” next month (November 6th), and features two new tracks in addition to highlights from the rest of their career.