Post-hardcore heavyweights Underoath have released what could very well be their last ever music video for their track, ‘Sunburnt’. You can stream and check it out below:
If you ask someone in a post-hardcore, metalcore or more or less any other band within that general area what some of their main influences are, you can be sure that 99% of them will list Underoath in there. Simply put, for the past decade the Floridian outfit have been one of the most influencial and important bands in their genre, so it’s no doubt that the news of their disbandment earlier this year came as a shock to many.
Post hardcore heroes Underoath have posted a stream of their new song ‘Sunburnt’. Read the rest of this entry »
Post-hardcore groundbreakers Underoath have announced they are to call it quits. Read the rest of this entry »
Post-hardcore giants Underoath unveil their rarely seen softer side in the new music video for ‘Driftwood’. Check it out:
After a successful headline stint of the UK and main stage headline appearance at Hit The Deck Festival, Tampa’s Underoath have released their new apocalyptic style video for their new single, ‘Paper Lung’. It’s bloody awesome, so check it out:
Spread across four different stages in various different venues in the city of Nottingham, Hit The Deck Festival is a great warm-up to the Summer festival season ahead with a day full of some of today’s biggest and best alternative artists. With headliners like Underoath, Cancer Bats and Young Guns, 2011′s Hit The Deck definitely has the right elements for a brilliant day out. Here’s our take on what is so far one of the best days of rock music the year’s had to offer:
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Date: April 15th, 2011
Venue: Academy 2, Manchester
Interviewer: Zach Redrup
Download: None available
The loss of all original founding members can often lead a band into a quick demise, or at least on a sure set path to self-destruction. Underoath however have taken themselves in the complete opposite direction, creating one of their darkest, heaviest and most atmospheric albums to date, ‘Ø (Disambiguation)’. On their first headline UK tour since its release, we caught up with bassist Grant Brandell to talk about the record, their music videos for ‘In Division’ and ‘Paper Lung’, how their relationship currently is with Aaron Gillespie, and what to expect from them in the future:
It’s not very often that Tampa’s Underoath make a visit over to UK shores, so obviously the buzz for the band’s first headline tour over here since the departure of the band’s final remaining member, Aaron Gillespie, is pretty damn eratic. As a key member in many ways, with him being the clean singer and therefore poppy element of the group, the live dynamics are bound to change, whether that be for better or for worse.
Headlining this year’s Hit The Deck Festival is none other than post-hardcore giants Underoath, who released their stellar new album ‘Ø (Disambiguation)’ last November (or April 4th if you’re going by the UK release date), the first with no remaining founding members. As one of the biggest post-hardcore exports from the US, we had a chat with vocalist Spencer Chamberlain about their upcoming Hit The Deck performance:
For Underoath fans, 2010 started with a bombshell when the band’s sole remaining founding member Aaron Gillespie announced that he would be leaving to pursue his other project, The Almost. With his clean vocals being the most charismatic and recognisable part of the Underoath‘s machine, the future of the band seemed in doubt for many. But, if ‘Ø (Disambiguation)’ is proof of anything, it is that Gillespie‘s departure strengthened their resolve and was a minor hiccup in the journey of Underoath.
During their tour across the UK next month, Tampa’s Underoath will be holding a group of in-store signings at various Pulp clothing stores across the country. You can get your stuff signed by the band during 5:00PM – 6:00PM at each of the signing dates listed below:
APRIL 12 – BRISTOL, 83, The Horsefair, BS1 3JP
APRIL 14 – BIRMINGHAM, Unit L6, The Bullring Shopping Centre, B5 4BS
APRIL 15 – MANCHESTER, Unit 27, Barbirolli Mall, Arndale Shopping Centre, M4 2HU
APRIL 16 – GLASGOW, Unit 338, 1st Floor, St. Enochs Centre, G1 4BW
At each signing, a special album/t-shirt bundle will be available for purchase. More information however can be found at the official Pulp Facebook page by clicking here.