Underoath wrapped up their critically acclaimed reunion tour last night in Orlando, Florida at Hard Rock Live. 

The trek began with the band’s first show in over three years, which took place on March 13. For drummer Aaron Gillespie, it was his first time on stage with the band in seven years.

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Until last night, it was unclear whether or not this tour was a one-time deal, or if the band had additional plans in store.

Following the show, frontman Spencer Chamberlain tweeted the following from his personal account: “God what a great first tour back, can't wait for the next UO tour. See ya on the road with @UnderoathBand and @SLEEPWAVEMUSIC.”

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Currently, the band are scheduled to perform their first post-reunion tour show at Amnesia Rockfest in June. They will play along a slew of notable acts, including Blink-182, Korn and At The Drive-In. 

Additionally, Gillespie has been nominated for Best Drummer at this year's APMAs. Cast your vote now!

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