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Underoath (occasionally typeset as underOATH or UNDERØATH) is an American band originally formed on November 30, 1997 in Ocala, Florida, but later relocated to Tampa, Florida, which was home to some of their newer members. During the band's early years, when they were fronted by former vocalist Dallas Taylor, Underoath displayed a heavier style than their later, more well-known work, incorporating disparate influences from death and black metal. With Taylor, they released Act of Depression, Cries of the Past… read more

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  • Avatar for RiasPure
    @Ivar91: I'll give you that on 4LL's later stuff (which is pretty decent), but their first couple of EP's and albums were basically the dollar store brand version of They're Only Chasing Safety.
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    Never was a fan of Four Letter Lie but the Like Structures EP was cool.
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    RiasPure: I can agree on the Dear Whoever part, but Four Letter Lie is awesome and had their own thing imo. A lot more poppier than Underoath ever was. Yeah the list of bands Underoath influenced are endless, which is a good thing imo. If you love Underoath, it's quite self explanatory. The melodic post-hardcore sound is much better than the chuggy post-hardcore that bands did/does from like 2011 until now. Always exceptions, but you know.
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    I cant stand ADTR. TDWP rule and Blessthefall are just meh though I used to listen to them a lot when I was younger. TDWP sound more like their influenced by Define the Great Line though.
  • Avatar for RiasPure
    @Ivar91: I was mostly referring to bands like Four Letter Lie and Dear Whoever who were almost direct copies of Underoath. Obviously they inspired some bands who were actually pretty legit, like Blessthefall, The Devil Wears Prada, A Day To Remember etc.
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    Commercial and Underoath ain't a bad combo tho. I'm glad they got tv time and mtv2 time at the time. (That's alot of times). But sure. That's your opinion, man. And good, I'm glad you're well.
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    Oh dont worry man I enjoy the album for what its worth but I dont see much in it. Sure you can argue that it started a whole wave of Post-Hardcore but its still nothing that special in my eyes. It was commercial and overly poppy and started a Post-Hardcore trend that was mostly poor with a few alright stuff here and there. Its got tracks that I really like (A Boy Brushed In Red, Its Dangerous Business, Down Set Go, and Im Content With Losing) but also ones that I really dont care for very much (Reinventing Your Exit and Some Will Seek Forgiveness). The album as a whole just lacks the depth of their later albums that had a way bigger impact on me. Also trust me bruh im relaxed.
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    it's called post-hardcore, breh. That's like saying heinze ketchup is generic cause other ketchups would wanna match up heinzes taste. Nah, man. Lots of bands sounding like Underoath in that period of time are classics now. Embrace it. Don't shit on the post-hc legacy, homes. Relax. Enjoy. Peace
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    TOCS only seems generic because every fucking 3rd rate "nu-screamo" from like 2005 band tried to (poorly) rip it off. It's not my favorite Underoath album (that would be Lost In The Sound of Separation), but it was the album that basically got me into heavy music and I still listen to it regularly to this day.

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