Underoath Premiere New Song “Pneumonia”

Underoath have premiered a new song titled “Pneumonia.” This track is from the band’s new album “Voyeurist,” which will be released on January 14.

Guitarist Tim McTague commented:

“We started writing the song, randomly, on the anniversary of my dad’s death, and to release it exactly a year from that day is wild. I was in a funk and wanted to make something sad but felt drained. The song ended up becoming an audible journey of death and is called ‘Pneumonia‘ because that is what was listed on my dad’s death certificate. It’s also the only song in the history of the band that Spencer and Aaron sat someone down and asked them (me) to help write some of the lyrics, which was truly an honor.”

Underoath Announce North American Tour With Every Time I Die & Spiritbox

Underoath have announced a 2022 North American tour with Every Time I Die and Spiritbox. The band will be touring in support of their new album “Voyeurist” (out January 14).

Tour Dates:

02/18 Dallas, TX – Southside Ballroom
02/19 Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center
02/20 San Antonio, TX – The Aztec Theatre
02/23 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
02/24 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
02/25 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
02/26 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
02/28 Seattle, WA – Showbox SODO
03/01 Vancouver, BC – The Vogue Theater
03/02 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
03/04 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
03/05 Denver, CO – The Ogden Theatre
03/07 Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
03/08 Chicago, IL – Radius
03/09 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
03/11 Toronto, ON – History
03/12 Cleveland, OH – Agora
03/13 Wallingford, CT – The Dome
03/14 Boston, MA – House of Blues
03/15 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
03/17 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
03/18 Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore
03/19 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
03/20 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
03/22 Cincinnati, OH – ICON
03/23 Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
03/25 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle

Underoath’s Spencer Chamberlain commented:

“There was a time during the pandemic where I didn’t know if we’d ever get to tour again. I would sit up at night and try to wrap my brain around a world without live music and I just couldn’t ever digest that thought. That being said we couldn’t think of a better way to come back on the tour than with our friends Every Time I Die and Spiritbox. Our thought is if we are gonna do this, let’s DO IT! We wanted to put together the best/craziest lineup we could think of so we could all let loose in a live setting together again. We want this show to be fun for everyone attending from start to finish, so here we go.”

Underoath Premiere New Song “Hallelujah”

Underoath have premiered a new song titled “Hallelujah.” This track is from the band’s new album “Voyeurist,” which will be released on January 14.

Tim McTague said the following about the new song:

“I think the song is one of the more powerful songs on the album for a myriad of reasons, but sharing a night of beers and stories with a handful of the people you love, unpacking a ton of heady concepts and recording a choir really put an exclamation point on the song for me. It’s dark, beautiful, haunting and heavy all at the same time. That’s what Underoath does best in my opinion.”

He also added the following about the album, which was self-produced:

“I’ve always wanted to record our own album. I think we just needed to get into a headspace personally that would allow criticism and critique to land in a productive and constructive way. We grew so much in real time and I think the record speaks to that growth and collaboration. I haven’t ever felt this attached to a project in my life.”

“Voyeurist” Track Listing:

01. “Damn Excuses”
02. “Hallelujah”
03. “I’m Pretty Sure I’m Out Of Luck And Have No Friends”
04. “Cycle” (feat. Ghostemane)
05. “Thorn”
06. “(No Oasis)”
07. “Take A Breath”
08. “We’re All Gonna Die”
09. “Numb”
10. “Pneumonia”

Underoath Premiere New Song “Damn Excuses”

Underoath have premiered a new song titled “Damn Excuses.” Keyboardist Chris Dudley commented:

“This song came out of nowhere for us. In hindsight, it probably stems emotionally from the anxiousness that a year of isolation will give you, and that ‘wanting-to-explode’ feeling came out with zero effort. It was therapeutic. This is us ready to get back into a loud room with sweaty people and experience something real together.”

GoFundMe Launched For Family Of Late Underoath Guitarist Corey Steger

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched for the family of ex-Underoath guitarist Corey Steger, who recently passed away following a car crash. The musician is survived by his wife Kim and their two young children: Ex-Underoath singer Dallas Taylor said the following about the GoFundMe campaign:

“There is a Go Fund Me set up for Kim, and there two beautiful children… People don’t realize, but it’s the months, and years, and years down the road when the love, prayers and financial help really matters. Please anything you can donate to this beautiful family that has lost a husband, and a dad. Corey was one of the most caring, loving people I’ve ever known. I love you Corey so much, and I miss you with everything in my broken heart. You were there for me in my hardest times, and never stopped loving, and caring for me. Whatever you can give to help Kim, and this family will make an impact that will help them more than we realize. I love you Corey, gosh I miss you more than you know.”

Underoath Comment On The Death Of Ex-Guitarist Corey Steger

As previously reported, former Underoath guitarist Corey Steger recently passed away following a car accident. Now, the band have officially commented on the sad news:

“Yesterday we received news that shook us. Our friend and founding Underoath member Corey Steger died suddenly this week. He was an uncommonly caring person. He was constantly striving to be a better version of himself not just for himself but to be the best example of God’s love to his wife and two children who he loved more than anything. We would not be who we are without him, period. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Godspeed, Corey.”

Former Underoath Guitarist Corey Steger Passes Away

Former Underoath guitarist Corey Steger has sadly passed away following a car accident. Ex-Underoath singer Dallas Taylor issued the following statement:

“I don’t know how to type this. I’m without words. Yesterday 3/17/2021 at around 6:00 p.m. Corey Steger one of the original founding members of Underoath was rear ended in a car wreck, and went home to be with the Lord. Him, and his family have had such an impact during my accident, and recovery. I still remember him washing my hair in ICU just wanting to love on me, and be there for me. He is one of the kindest souls I’ve ever known. I really cannot wrap my head around this, and I don’t even know what to type. I love you Corey you are one of the greatest closest friends I’ve ever known. My heart is completely broken for his wife, kids, and his family if you can please keep them in your prayers.”

Underoath Release Audio & Video From Their “Lost In The Sound Of Separation” Livestream Concert

Back in July, Underoath played three livestream concerts featuring full album performances of “Lost In The Sound Of Separation,“ “Definite The Great Line,” and “They’re Only Chasing Safety.“ The “Lost In The Sound Of Separation“ set has since been released in audio and video formats and it can be found HERE. In other news, the band have also released new limited edition vinyl pressings of the aforementioned albums through Revolver.

Underoath Announce Livestream Concerts

Underoath have announced a series of livestream shows. The band will be playing “Lost In The Sound Of Separation,“ “Define The Great Line,” and “They’re Only Chasing Safety” in full across three different virtual concerts.

Underoath commented:

“We’ve been figuring out how we could do this for awhile now and are extremely pumped to be able to announce Observatory.

We’re playing live again and DANG does that sound good right about now. We’re doing live streamed, full album play-through shows of Lost In The Sound of Separation, Define the Great Line AND They’re Only Chasing Safety.

ALSO, we’ve heard you and we’re finally doing it; Each of those albums are having a vinyl repress.

This is special to us. We can’t have you all in the same room with us, but we’re working to have it be as interactive as possible. More details are coming. Let’s do it. underoathobservatory.com

Here’s the dates:

July 17: performing “Lost In The Sound Of Separation”
July 24: performing “Define The Great Line”
July 31: performing “They’re Only Chasing Safety”

Tickets and new vinyl pressings of each album can be found at underoathobservatory.com.

Underoath To Discuss “Lost In The Sound Of Separation” With Slipknot, Killswitch Engage & Every Time I Die Members

Underoath will be discussing their 2008 album “Lost In The Sound Of Separation” live on their Twitch channel tomorrow evening (May 20). The band had the following to say about the stream, which will feature a number of guests:

“Wednesday night! We’re gonna be live on our Twitch channel listening through, and diving into, the monster that is Lost In The Sound Of Separation. Joining us will be producers extraordinaire Matt Goldman and [Killswitch Engage’s] Adam D who we teamed up with to make it! ALSO, our friends Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die) and Jay Weinberg (Slipknot) are gonna pop in because the more good dudes, the better. Come hang with us, ask questions, and listen loud. 8pm EST, be there!”