Underoath - Erase Me mp3 flac
- Album: Erase Me
- MP3: 1172 mb | FLAC: 1640 mb
- Released: 2018
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 955
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Erase Me is the eighth album by American rock band Underoath. It is their first album in eight years following Ø (Disambiguation) (2010), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in the band's career, and their first one with founding drummer and clean vocalist Aaron Gillespie since Lost in the Sound of Separation (2008). It was recorded in mid-2017 with Matt Squire and mixed by Ken Andrews. The album was released via Fearless Records on April 6, 2018.
Underoath have produced the most important album of their careers. It’s not their best – for my money that’s Define the Great Line or Ø (Disambiguation), though time will certainly tell; nor is it necessarily perfect. However, it light of everything the band have been through personally and professionally, it feels like the most honest and triumphant album of their careers. It’s impossible to separate nostalgia and narrative from any discussion of this improbably (and convincing) comeback album, but Erase Me has shattered expectations, even if Underoath have taken quite a few lovely left turns. It’s passionate, powerful, and full of those stomach-lurching moments of greatness that create lasting musical memories. In short, despite some obvious changes, Underoath are absolutely back and are forging their own wonderful path forward.
Released April 6, 2018. 1. It Has to Start Somewhere Lyrics. Erase Me is the highly anticipated comeback album from metalcore champions Underoath. After a lengthy hiatus, they returned to the stage for limited appearances beginning in 2015, including a special 10 year anniversary tour of Define The Great Line and They’re Only Chasing Safety. This started rumours of a new album, but the band never confirmed anything. A viral marketing campaign began on February 20, 2018, with a neon yellow campaign and audio clips being sent to random fans. It was confirmed in media releases that the new album was set to release in early April.
Erase Me is the eighth album by American rock band Underoath.
just named this album erase my life so apple music dosent get too confused. Underoath's sound is noticeably different in this album, but doesn't tarnish the sound we know. They stay true to themselves while exploring different areas in rock and metal. While there isn't a perfect song by any means, that doesn't mean anything. All these songs are bangers. The last track is something that's really unique to Underoath; soothing and calm for the first half then that guitar breaks out and damn, it's amazing.
Fearless Records/Caroline Australia. Erase Me‘ is a record that’s not only a solid and welcome return for the Florida outfit but it’s also the next natural step forward for Underoath, actually furthering their sound as opposed to just wallowing in what once made them great back in the Myspace days. Of course, that won’t stop the very same people who loathed At The Drive In’s, Glassjaw’s and Refused’s comeback releases for doing just that when it comes to this new record)
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