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Massachusetts, United States (1998 – present)

There are at least two bands with this name:

1) Unearth is:
Trevor Phipps - vocals
Buz McGrath - guitar
John Maggard - bass
Ken Susi - guitar
Nick Pierce - drums


Hailing from Massachusetts, Unearth bring a refreshing sense of talent with charismatic riffs, thought provoking lyrics and pummeling breakdowns. Unearth masterfully combine an intoxicating mix of American and European metal with hardcore ethic and punch. This unique approach makes Unearth one of the most abrasive, commanding and emotionally charged groups in heavy music today.

Formed in 1998, Unearth has accomplished more on their own than most bands can do with full support of a label and press. Constant tours all over the globe have earned them respect and recognition from their peers and helped cultivate one of the strongest fan bases around. In the last two years alone, Unearth has embarked on a sold-out headlining tour with Terror, Black Dahlia Murder and Remembering Never in tow, a sold-out run alongside Atreyu, and high profile treks with Slipknot, Killswitch Engage, Sounds Of The Underground 2005, The Headbanger’s Ball tour and Ozzfest 2004. This summer, Unearth will head back overseas as a featured act on Sounds Of The Underground Europe and will once again tear up the US on the now infamous Ozzfest before unleashing their brutal new album in August.

The highly anticipated release “III: In The Eyes Of Fire” was produced by the legendary Terry Date (Soundgarden, Pantera, Deftones) and should satisfy even their most hardcore of fans.

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  • bombtrack

    @MosherSam13 totally agree. new album is really doing it for me. so glad unearth is still unearth after all these years. cranked tempo, tons of riffs and chugs, dual melodic blazing leads, just balls out. no softening up here.

    19 Nov 11:13pm Reply
  • CodysLastFM

    I love all t, each have their albums equally each have a unique touch to them that sets them apart from each other, new album is amazing.

    19 Nov 11:08pm Reply
  • MosherSam13

    The fact Unearth never really had many songs with clean vocals is what make Unearth great, rather than be another metalcore band with the screamy verse, clean chorus, followed by the breakdown etc etc. although some bands do that very well, I'm glad Unearth never did. If you want metalcore by numbers go listen to The Devil Wears Prada or something similar. The new album is crushing

    19 Nov 9:48pm Reply
  • youthinksoo

    Suprised the new album was as good as it was without Adam D producing he is the titular 6th member of Unearth. His influence in their production is extremely transparent. Well done \\m/

    14 Nov 3:49am Reply
  • versionfiv

    new album is pretty decent as always but darkness had catchier tracks and better lyrics. definitely not a bad album by any means

    12 Nov 1:21am Reply
  • nnnienke

    Fuckin' nice, keep going! Crowbar and Unearth? too bad I don't live there..

    7 Nov 3:22pm Reply
  • Schander

    Nah, Darkness In The Light was much better... but I don't care, 'cause I can't seem to get tired of these guys anyway.

    7 Nov 1:08am Reply
  • sixJ0k3rsx

    Woah, disappointed you say? To me, this new stuff is pretty much the best they've ever done. Loving this technical madness. And i'm not quite sure what you mean there's no melodic riffs, because I can hear them cloud and clear.

    6 Nov 12:05pm Reply
  • grandofillusion

    могу сказать что это самый жесткий их альбом.

    4 Nov 5:58am Reply
  • BoneGnawer

    A bit disappointed, to be honest. Not a bad album at all, very fast, very technical and much more hardcore than metal, but I miss more breakdowns, melodic riffs and clean vocals. Not better than Darkness in the Light, The March or The Oncoming Storm in my opinion. [2] That's exactly what I thought.

    4 Nov 2:16am Reply
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    31 Oct 8:57am Reply
  • skullmaggot

    Really Satisfied with the Production of the new album.

    29 Oct 9:22pm Reply
  • jrmagus

    A bit disappointed, to be honest. Not a bad album at all, very fast, very technical and much more hardcore than metal, but I miss more breakdowns, melodic riffs and clean vocals. Not better than Darkness in the Light, The March or The Oncoming Storm in my opinion.

    29 Oct 4:08pm Reply
  • SXR85G

    New album is great.It includes powerful Melodic Death with hardcore vocals and that is true metalcore.

    29 Oct 12:31pm Reply
  • Ovel_ha

    New album rocks!

    27 Oct 2:19pm Reply
  • melodysaveme

    belo cd

    26 Oct 8:10pm Reply
  • Yelonas

    The Oncoming Storm 2 \\m/

    26 Oct 1:41pm Reply
  • opethianos

    the new album is just mindblowing!!

    25 Oct 12:45pm Reply
  • sangremuerto

    they still zaebis

    25 Oct 11:16am Reply
  • foreverskreemin

    Can't wait for new album,..(correction)..(((I CAN'T FUCKING WAIT FOR THE NEW ALBUM!!)))

    23 Oct 12:45am Reply
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