UNDERØATH RETURN WITH ERASE ME (APRIL 6, FEARLESS RECORDS), ​​​​​​​THE BAND’S FIRST NEW ALBUM IN 8 YEARS

NEW SONG, “ON MY TEETH,” STREAMING NOW

https://youtu.be/WlDVOIO1rIA

The audacity to profess your true self is a virtue. Moreover, the transparency to outwardly proclaim a significant shift in the sentiment you once held so sacred is both courageous and compelling.

 

 Photo credit: Nick Fancher; Left to right: Chris Dudley, Tim McTague, Aaron Gillespie, Spencer Chamberlain, James Smith, Grant Brandell  Feb. 22, 2018 – Underøath release  Erase Me , their sixth studio album and first since 2010, via Fearless Records on April 6.  The confirmation of what is one of rock music’s most anticipated and speculated about reunions arrives with Underøath's first new song in nearly a decade, “On My Teeth” ( https://youtu.be/WlDVOIO1rIA ).  “We’ve had success and we’ve come through a lot of waters,” explains drummer/vocalist Aaron Gillespie. “There’s been 11,000 things we’ve been through so you would think, almost rhetorically, ‘What do you need  now ?’ All of us are finally in that place in our lives where the only thing we care about is inclusion for everybody—for the world. For me, exclusion is the scariest thing in the world. And I think Underoath coming back now with a new record—which none of us thought was possible—we want people to know that this is your music and you can feel however the fuck you want about it. I just want to prove that we are doing everything in the most honest way we ever have. This is the healthiest we’ve ever been as a group of people, as musicians, and in our worldview.”  Gillespie’s quote touches on the narratives behind the 11-song release: addressing the dire circumstances that led to the demise of the band, the ability to, now, be true to themselves and with their listeners as well as the individual band members disenchantment with religion.  “We took a step away and then we realized that we are a family,” adds singer Spencer Chamberlain. “We do miss it and we miss each other. We made the decision to never play again as Underoath and then we let that sit a couple of years. Band members rebuilt themselves and their friendships--and then we rebuilt the band.”   Erase Me  was written and recorded over the summer of 2017 with producer Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, 3OH!3) and mixed by Ken Andrews (Failure, Jimmy Eat World).   

Photo credit: Nick Fancher; Left to right: Chris Dudley, Tim McTague, Aaron Gillespie, Spencer Chamberlain, James Smith, Grant Brandell

Feb. 22, 2018 – Underøath release Erase Me, their sixth studio album and first since 2010, via Fearless Records on April 6.

The confirmation of what is one of rock music’s most anticipated and speculated about reunions arrives with Underøath's first new song in nearly a decade, “On My Teeth” (https://youtu.be/WlDVOIO1rIA).

“We’ve had success and we’ve come through a lot of waters,” explains drummer/vocalist Aaron Gillespie. “There’s been 11,000 things we’ve been through so you would think, almost rhetorically, ‘What do you need now?’ All of us are finally in that place in our lives where the only thing we care about is inclusion for everybody—for the world. For me, exclusion is the scariest thing in the world. And I think Underoath coming back now with a new record—which none of us thought was possible—we want people to know that this is your music and you can feel however the fuck you want about it. I just want to prove that we are doing everything in the most honest way we ever have. This is the healthiest we’ve ever been as a group of people, as musicians, and in our worldview.”

Gillespie’s quote touches on the narratives behind the 11-song release: addressing the dire circumstances that led to the demise of the band, the ability to, now, be true to themselves and with their listeners as well as the individual band members disenchantment with religion.

“We took a step away and then we realized that we are a family,” adds singer Spencer Chamberlain. “We do miss it and we miss each other. We made the decision to never play again as Underoath and then we let that sit a couple of years. Band members rebuilt themselves and their friendships--and then we rebuilt the band.”

Erase Me was written and recorded over the summer of 2017 with producer Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, 3OH!3) and mixed by Ken Andrews (Failure, Jimmy Eat World).

 

  Erase Me  tracklist:  It Has To Start Somewhere  Rapture  On My Teeth  Wake Me  Bloodlust  Sink With You  Ihateit  Hold Your Breath  No Frame  In Motion  I Gave Up   Erase Me  pre-orders will be available this evening (9 pm pacific/12 midnight eastern) with digital pre-orders including an instant download of “On My Teeth.” Digital pre-orders are available via  http://found.ee/eraseme  with physical bundles available here:  http://found.ee/underoathbundles .  Underøath has confirmed a number of festival appearances, with headlining dates to be announced soon:  April 20 Las Vegas, NV Las Rageous  April 27 Jacksonville, FL Welcome to Rockville  April 28 Sunrise, FL Fort Rock  May 4 Charlotte, NC Carolina Rebellion  May 18 – 20 Columbus, OH Rock on the Range  May 26 Pryor, OK Rocklahoma  June 15 Paris, France Download Festival Paris  June 16 Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg  June 21 Dessel, Belgium Festivalpark Stenehi  June 22 - 24 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival  June 22 - 24 Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany Southside Festival  June 23 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting  June 28 Prague, Czech Republic Aerodrome Festival  June 29 Madrid, Spain Download Festival Madrid  June 30 Ysselsteyn, Netherlands Jera on Air  July 12 - 14 Cadott, WI Rock Fest  July 13 Oshkosh, WI Rock USA  July 28 - 29  Montreal, QC  Heavy Montreal  August 24 Reading, UK Reading Festival  August 25 Leeds, UK Leeds Festival  Underøath is Grant Brandell (bass), Spencer Chamberlain (vocals), Chris Dudley (keyboards), Aaron Gillespie (drums/vocals), Tim McTague (guitar) and James Smith (guitar). The band has released five studio albums including two gold records:  They’re Only Chasing Safety  and  Define The Great Line , and have earned a pair of Grammy nominations.  Define The Great Line  debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart. The Tampa-based band parted ways following the release of 2010’s  Ø (Disambiguation),  returning in 2016 for their self-proclaimed  Rebirth Tour .                                                                              # # #   www.underoath777.com    www.facebook.com/underoath    www.twitter.com/underoathband    www.instagram.com/underoathband

Erase Me tracklist:

It Has To Start Somewhere

Rapture

On My Teeth

Wake Me

Bloodlust

Sink With You

Ihateit

Hold Your Breath

No Frame

In Motion

I Gave Up

Erase Me pre-orders will be available this evening (9 pm pacific/12 midnight eastern) with digital pre-orders including an instant download of “On My Teeth.” Digital pre-orders are available via http://found.ee/eraseme with physical bundles available here: http://found.ee/underoathbundles.

Underøath has confirmed a number of festival appearances, with headlining dates to be announced soon:

April 20 Las Vegas, NV Las Rageous

April 27 Jacksonville, FL Welcome to Rockville

April 28 Sunrise, FL Fort Rock

May 4 Charlotte, NC Carolina Rebellion

May 18 – 20 Columbus, OH Rock on the Range

May 26 Pryor, OK Rocklahoma

June 15 Paris, France Download Festival Paris

June 16 Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg

June 21 Dessel, Belgium Festivalpark Stenehi

June 22 - 24 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival

June 22 - 24 Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany Southside Festival

June 23 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting

June 28 Prague, Czech Republic Aerodrome Festival

June 29 Madrid, Spain Download Festival Madrid

June 30 Ysselsteyn, Netherlands Jera on Air

July 12 - 14 Cadott, WI Rock Fest

July 13 Oshkosh, WI Rock USA

July 28 - 29  Montreal, QC  Heavy Montreal

August 24 Reading, UK Reading Festival

August 25 Leeds, UK Leeds Festival

Underøath is Grant Brandell (bass), Spencer Chamberlain (vocals), Chris Dudley (keyboards), Aaron Gillespie (drums/vocals), Tim McTague (guitar) and James Smith (guitar). The band has released five studio albums including two gold records: They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line, and have earned a pair of Grammy nominations. Define The Great Line debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart. The Tampa-based band parted ways following the release of 2010’s Ø (Disambiguation), returning in 2016 for their self-proclaimed Rebirth Tour.

 

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