In the latest issue of AP, Spencer Chamberlain and Aaron Gillespie speak on the past, present and future of Underoath. “I never, ever thought anyone would be open to play besides me,” Chamberlain admits. “After the initial breakup and we went our separate ways for a while, we kinda started talking a little bit, because there was some tension with the breakup. Obviously, if you saw the farewell DVD, [then you know] we didn’t all agree on splitting up.”

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You can check out an excerpt from the interview below. Read the entire piece in AP 326, which is on sale now.

Did you ever think you’d return to the stage as Underoath?

No. I never, ever thought anyone would be open to play besides me. After the initial breakup and we went our separate ways for a while, we kinda started talking a little bit, because there was some tension with the breakup. Obviously, if you saw the farewell DVD, [then you know] we didn’t all agree on splitting up. After everything faded away a little bit, we realized we did this because we were friends; we do care about each other. When you spend 10-plus years with someone, they become more like family.

Last month, Underoath announced that they will embark on a full U.S. reunion tour in the spring of 2016. Each night, both They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line will be performed in their entireties, along with “some special treats.”

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