Underoath Comment On New Album and Producer
UNDEROATH have announced they’ll release their new album June 20 on Tooth and Nail/Solid State Records.
Co-produced by Matt Goldman and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz, the Florida-based sextet are in Los Angeles mixing the as-yet-untitled album with Chris Lord Alge (GREEN DAY, ROB ZOMBIE). “This is the record we've been striving to write for the past five years, and I never thought I'd see the day when it actually happened,“ explains McTague. “I can't wait for everyone to hear what we've been creating for the past few months, but in the end, if everyone hated it, we'd still think it's probably the best record we may ever be a part of.”
This marks UNDEROATH’s third full-length CD and the follow-up to their massive breakout album "They’re Only Chasing Safety", which has now sold over 300,000 copies. In the Alternative Press cover story on UNDEROATH, the magazine described "They’re Only Chasing Safety" as “an unqualified success, one of the most coherent albums in post-genre rock, a movement that’s been spreading like wildfire since the walls between hardcore, pop, metal and emo were demolished” (September 2005).
In touring news, UNDEROATH is confirmed for the UK’s Give It A Name Festival April 29-30 in London and Manchester. On May 3, the band will kick off a headlining U.S. trek, with POISON THE WELL, AS CITIES BURN, SPITFIRE and SINCE BY MAN supporting. On Sunday, May 7, UNDEROATH will perform at the Bamboozle Festival in East Rutherford, NJ.
This Summer, UNDEROATH will hit the road as one of the headlining main-stage acts on the Vans Warped Tour ‘06.
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