Underoath: Erase Me-2018.

Underoath (stylized as Underøath or UnderOath) is an American rock band from Tampa, Florida. It was founded by lead vocalist Dallas Taylor and guitarist Luke Morton on November 30, 1997,[2] in Ocala, Florida; subsequently, its additional members were from Tampa,[3][4][5] including drummer, clean vocalist and last remaining core member Aaron Gillespie. The band’s current lineup consists of Gillespie, keyboardist Christopher Dudley, lead guitarist Timothy McTague, bassist Grant Brandell, lead vocalist Spencer Chamberlain, and rhythm guitarist James Smith. Originally, the band identified as a Christian group; they have since distanced themselves from Christianity.

The band’s lineup shifted frequently during its early years. Taylor recorded Act of DepressionCries of the Past, and The Changing of Times with the band and remained with the group until his departure in 2003; Chamberlain replaced him as lead vocalist, and the lineup has remained mostly stable since. The band then released They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define the Great Line, and both earned gold certifications by the RIAA. These two albums remain their most commercially successful releases, and provided them with mainstream status; the latter of the two holds their highest Billboard 200 entry, peaking at no. 2. Following their sixth studio album entitled Lost in the Sound of Separation, which also reached a top-ten peak on the Billboard 200, Gillespie left the group[6] and was replaced by former Norma Jean drummer Daniel Davison. Their seventh album, Ø (Disambiguation), was released in 2010; Chamberlain and McTague provided more prominent clean vocals in Gillespie’s absence. In October 2, 2012, Underoath announced that they would be disbanding in 2013; they played their final show that January.[7]

On August 17, 2015, the band announced they had reunited; in doing so, Gillespie returned to the lineup. After performing at A Day to Remember‘s Self Help Fest in 2016, Underoath announced their eighth studio album, Erase Me, would be released 2018. It was their first album in 8 years and their first in 10 years with Gillespie; the band also publicly abandoned their Christian musical approach starting with this record. The follow-up, titled Voyeurist, will be released in January 2022.

Discography:

Act of DepressionFull-length1999
Cries of the PastFull-length2000
The Changing of TimesFull-length2002
Reinventing Your ExitSingle2004 
They’re Only Chasing SafetyFull-length2004
It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front DoorSingle2005
I’ve Got Ten Friends and a Crowbar That Says You Ain’t Gonna Do JackSingle2005
Define the Great LineFull-length2006
Writing on the WallsSingle2006 
In Regards to MyselfSingle2006 
You’re Ever So InvitingSingle2007 
777Video2007
Survive, KaleidoscopeLive album2008 
Lost in the Sound of SeparationFull-length2008
Desperate Times, Desperate MeasuresSingle2008 
Too Bright to See, Too Loud to HearSingle2009 
Live at KokoLive album2010 
Ø (Disambiguation)Full-length2010
Paper Lung / Past and Future RuinsSplit2011 
Play Your Old StuffBoxed set2011
Anthology 1999-2013Compilation2012 
FarewellSingle2013
IconCompilation2014 
On My TeethSingle2018 
RaptureSingle2018 
Erase MeFull-length2018
LonelinessSingle2019 
Lost In the Sound of Separation Live RecordingLive album2020 

Aaron Gillespie
Drums, Vocals (clean) (1997-2010, 2015-present)
See also: Aaron Gillespie, The Almost, ex-Paramore (live)
Christopher Dudley
Keyboards, Synthesizers (2000-2013, 2015-present)
See also: ex-The Roman Carnival of 1510
Timothy McTague
Guitars (lead) (2001-2013, 2015-present)
Grant Brandell
Bass (2002-2013, 2015-present)
See also: ex-Becoming Anthesis, ex-Point Blank
James Smith
Guitars (rhythm) (2003-2013, 2015-present)
See also: ex-Becoming Anthesis, ex-Point Blank, ex-Race to Win
Spencer Chamberlain
Vocals (lead) (2003-2013, 2015-present)
See also: Sleepwave, ex-This Runs Through

Past Members:

Rey AnascoBass (1997-1999)
See also: ex-Fortress
Luke MortonGuitars (lead) (1997-1999)
Dallas TaylorVocals (lead) (1997-2003)
See also: Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Riot Head, ZEAL, ex-Everett, ex-The New Tragic
Corey StegerGuitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing) (1998-1999), Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2000-2001)
(R.I.P. 2021) See also: ex-Hand of Fire
Octavio FernandezBass (1999-2000), Guitars (rhythm) (2000-2003)
See also: ex-At the Wake
Matt ClarkBass (2000-2001)
See also: ex-Kicked Out Heel Drag, ex-Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, ex-Sleeping by the Riverside
Billy NottkeBass (2001-2002)
See also: ex-Shai Hulud (live)
Kelly Scott NunnGuitars (rhythm) (2002-2003)
See also: ex-Malayne, ex-Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, ex-Sleeping by the Riverside, ex-Further Seems Forever (live)
Daniel DavisonDrums (2010-2013)
See also: ex-Every Time I Die, ex-Luti-Kriss, ex-Norma Jean
Songs
1.It Has to Start Somewhere03:11  Show lyrics
2.Rapture03:34  Show lyrics
3.On My Teeth03:10  Show lyrics
4.Wake Me03:40  Show lyrics
5.Bloodlust03:32  Show lyrics
6.Sink With Me04:44  Show lyrics
7.ihateit03:27  Show lyrics
8.Hold Your Breath03:29  Show lyrics
9.No Frame03:46  Show lyrics
10.In Motion03:35  Show lyrics
11.I Gave Up04:02  Show lyrics
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