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Underoath release new single “Numb” ahead of ‘Voyeurist’—listen
Underoath release new single “Numb” ahead of ‘Voyeurist’—listen
Underoath have shared their latest single “Numb” ahead of their upcoming full-length, Voyeurist. The new album is set for release Jan. 14 via Fearless Records. Following the group’s recent “Digital Ghost” livestream concert, “Numb” revisits their post-hardcore sound by combining melodic hooks with heavy instrumentals. Read more: Underoath’s new single “Damn... Read More ...
Underoath’s new single “Damn Excuses” is necessary listening–check it
Underoath’s new single “Damn Excuses” is necessary listening–check it
Underoath remains steady in their two-decade-long project of maintaining heavier-than-hell originality in their latest track, “Damn Excuses.” The new track was released via Fearless Records. It’s the latest studio release since the band’s reimagined take on Rezz’s “Someone Else” in 2020. The song is their first original music s...
How to play Underoath riffs with guitarist Tim McTague
How to play Underoath riffs with guitarist Tim McTague
Grab your guitar–Tim McTague of the legendary Underoath stopped by the Alternative Press offices with his custom Erase Me green Fender Jaguar to show us how to play some of the band's classic riffs. In this APTV exclusive, McTague demonstrates how to play riffs from “In Regards To Myself,” “Desperate Times, Desperate Measures,” “Returning Empty Handed,” “I Gave Up,” and from deep within the UØ ar
Underoath guitarist looks back on ‘They’re Only Chasing Safety,’ ‘Define The Great Line’
Underoath guitarist looks back on ‘They’re Only Chasing Safety,’ ‘Define The Great Line’
Underoath guitarist Tim McTague recently sat down with Emery’s Matt Carter for an extensive episode of the Break It Down podcast. The amount of material they cover is incredibly immense, so, being the Underoath fanatic that I am, I broke things down (no pun intended, Matt) and noted a few interesting quotes, which you can read below. T... Read More ... Read More ...
Check out Nate Young, Tim McTague and Reed Murray’s new side project Carrollhood’s first song
Check out Nate Young, Tim McTague and Reed Murray’s new side project Carrollhood’s first song
Carrollhood-the side project featuring Nate Young (Anberlin), Tim McTague (Underoath) and Reed Murray (Marksmen) - have released their first song today.  The track "Remission" is available for free on their website.  In a blogpost, McTague says: "Carrolhood is a project between 3 friends, Tim McTague, Nathan Young, and Reed Murray.  It's ab ...