"I can't believe no one's figured it out already... No one thinks we're going to do a record?" Spencer Chamberlain asks. The hope for new material definitely rekindled when Florida post-hardcore legends Underoath started playing shows again, but it might have seemed to good to be true after eight years until now.
The release of "On My Teeth," the newest single from their upcoming album Erase Me, sets Underoath on a course to reinstate themselves in the scene they've influenced so much. With the lineup behind 2004's They're Only Chasing Safety and 2006's Define the Great Line intact again, the song's powerfel execution should go without saying. It's definitely more accessible than than one might expect after 2010's Disambiguation, but this band's career has hardly been devoid of accessibility as a formative band in screamo's emergence from the underground. Regardless, the song hints at a more mature approach to the style that garnered them so much attention in the mid 2000s.
Erase Me will release on April 6, followed by a run of festival appearances starting that same month. Click here tour dates and pre-order information.
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