Underoath put faith into the very thing that got them this far: Themselves

March 9, 2018
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Underoath started out nearly two decades ago as Christian boys who just wanted to play music that excited them. They built their reputation on uncompromising art and faith-based initiatives only to end up driving wedges between themselves via mental breakdowns, substance abuse and the demands of real life. Now armed with the wisdom of age and the ravenous hunger to further redefine what they started, they’re putting their love and faith into the very thing that got them this far: themselves.

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