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UNDEROATH ARE TEASING US (AND WE LOVE IT)

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UNDEROATH ARE TEASING US (AND WE LOVE IT)


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Underoath split ways in in 2013, documenting the finality of their musical existence in the film Tire Violence, which came out earlier this year. Many bands that rocked in the same era as Underoath are all taking a similar path and hanging up their headbanging-hair (like Anberlin and The Academy Is…). Fortunately though, a lot of bands are also picking things back up in one way or another and making their fansonce again go berserk.

Well, much to everyone’s surprise (in all seriousness), Underoath recently posted the below video to their Facebook with text that says “Rebirth Is Coming”:

 

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Curious as to what the heck the warped voice is saying in the video? Well lucky for us, YouTube user MundoTucan took the audio and reversed it in the video below.

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The creepy voice is repeating “I’m drowning in my sleep,” which is a lyric and acapella interlude within Underoath’s song “It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door,” which is from their album They’re Only Chasing Safety, which was also drummer Aaron Gillespie’s last album with the band. Curious. Curious indeed.

The rumor mill has been taking the video and accompanying imagery and running crazy with it. The current word on the street (which would be amazing) is that the band is going to reunite for a Define The Great Line 10 year anniversary tour WITH Aaron Gillespie. This would make sense seeing as Define was released ten years ago next year. But could it be a celebration of They’re Only Chasing Safety somehow since that is the album the reversed lyric in the video is referencing? Who knows, really. We’ll have more info on the possible Underoath reunion as soon as we find out more. In the meantime, if you haven’t checked out Tired Violence yet, go buy it from the website or bum it from a buddy.

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Underoath split ways in in 2013, documenting the finality of their musical existence in the film Tire Violence, which came out earlier this year. Many bands that rocked in the same era as Underoath are all taking a similar path and hanging up their headbanging-hair (like Anberlin and The Academy Is…). Fortunately though, a lot of bands are also picking things back up in one way or another and making their fansonce again go berserk.

Well, much to everyone’s surprise (in all seriousness), Underoath recently posted the below video to their Facebook:

 

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Curious as to what the heck the warped voice is saying in the video? Well lucky for us, YouTube user MundoTucan took the audio and reversed it in the video below.

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The creepy voice is repeating “I’m drowning in my sleep,” which is a lyric and acapella interlude within Underoath’s song “It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door,” which is from their album They’re Only Chasing Safety, which was also drummer Aaron Gillespie’s last album with the band. Curious. Curious indeed.

The rumor mill has been taking the video and accompanying imagery and running crazy with it. The current word on the street (which would be amazing) is that the band is going to reunite for a Define The Great Line 10 year anniversary tour WITH Aaron Gillespie. This would make sense seeing as Define was released ten years ago next year. But could it be a celebration of They’re Only Chasing Safety somehow since that is the album the reversed lyric in the video is referencing? Who knows, really. We’ll have more info on the possible Underoath reunion as soon as we find out more. In the meantime, if you haven’t checked out Tired Violence yet, go buy it from the website or bum it from a buddy.

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