It was a really knee-jerk reaction for me. I guess I’ve never really given a correct answer [to why I left], but the truth is that I was just mentally stupid. When I go back and think about it [now], it’s just so strange.
Underoath's Tim McTague recently talked to AltPress about their upcoming documentary, Tired Violence, the idea of a reunion, and the end of the band. You can also watch an interview with Spencer Chamberlain from the film in the replies. It releases on Friday May 1st.
When you only have two weeks, you can’t take three days off just to drive and play a badass L.A. show. So, we took two days off total [during the tour], and played shows every other night. We didn’t break up because we hated each other or because we hated playing music. We broke up because we literally didn’t have the capacity and the schedule to do stuff.
Head to AltPress to watch part one of a three-part roundtable with Spencer Chamberlain (Sleepwave, ex-Underoath), Jonny Craig (Slaves) and Dave Stephens (We Came As Romans) discussing “The State Of The Scene.”
You know, you go through phases- maybe there’s two or three years where Converge is your favorite band, then this band is your favorite band, then this band is. There’s always these bands that you go back to, and for some people maybe it is Converge. But for me, I always went back to thinking, “Why do I still love Nine Inch Nails? Why do I still love Alice in Chains? Why do I still love Nirvana, Deftones, Foo Fighters, ummm, Radiohead, Coldplay, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Doors?” stuff that stuck with me literally my entire life. You...
Sleepwave (former Underoath singer Spencer Chamberlain) will release its Epitaph debut, Broken Compass, on September 16th. You can stream the first song, "Through The Looking Glass," at AltPress as well as pre-ordering the album.
Spencer Chamberlain (Underoath) has revealed his new project titled Sleepwave. You can watch a teaser video in the replies and according to this page, we will be getting new music from the project on or around October 4th.
Head to the replies to watch Aaron Gillespie joining Underoath to play "Reinventing Your Exit" at their last show last night. It's also worth noting that a professional camera crew was present last night, filming the band's set. Looks like we may get a DVD sometime in the future.
Underoath have decided to call it quits. The band will release Anthology 1999-2013 on November 6th via Solid State Records featuring two new tracks. A statement from the band can be seen in the replies. Their farewell tour will commence in 2013.
03) In Division
04) Catch Myself Catching Myself
05) Paper Lung
06) Desperate Times, Desperate Measures
07) Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear
08) In Regards To Myself
09) You're Ever So Inviting
10) Writing On The Walls
11) A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White
12) Reinventing Your Exit
13) It's Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door
14) I've Got Ten Friends And A Crowbar...
Underoath's The Changing of Times and They're Only Chasing Safety are being re-issued on vinyl on October 2nd. You can pre-order them over at ShopRadioCasthere. Hot Topic will also be releasing its own exclusive variants in October.