Underoath documentary about ‘Erase Me’ coming to YouTube

The band have unveiled a short trailer to give fans a sneak peek at the documentary.

April 17, 2019
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Underoath have recently announced that they are releasing a documentary about the making of Erase Me. Titled Get Over It, the documentary will premiere on the band’s YouTube channel tomorrow evening on April 18.

Additionally, the band will do a live chat for the documentary, starting at 8 p.m. EST.

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With videography by Dan Newman, the documentary will take fans through the creative processes behind the band’s 2018 release. Judging by the trailer, the documentary will also showcase influences.

“There’s Nine Inch Nails moments, and there’s  Radiohead moments, and Foo Fighters moments and rock moments and they’re all kind of finding their place to where every song has its own, individual DNA but you can tell they’re all from the same family,” guitarist Tim McTague says in the trailer. “I think the problem with Underoath in the past is we didn’t have a wide angle for creativity.”

You can watch a short trailer for the documentary, which appears in a tweet from the band, below.

You can get to the premiere by going here.

In other Underoath-related news, keyboardist Chris Dudley recently took to Twitter to share the most heart-warming video of his son during the band’s performance that proves you’re never too young to open this pit up.

Will you be watching the Underoath documentary Get Over It? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Alternative Press Magazine