Underoath 2

Photo credit: Joshua Weaver

Official press release:

Underoath, who embark on their eagerly anticipated Rebirth Tour on March 16, have added instrumental post-rock outfit Caspian as opener for the upcoming six-week trek. Underoath keyboard player Chris Dudley explained:

“One of our favorite things about headlining tours is that we get to bring along bands that we think are awesome and we want people to see. Caspian is just a great band. They deserve the biggest audience possible and we think that everyone who comes to this tour is going to be blown away.”

Tickets for the upcoming tour, which already includes thirteen sold out shows, are available via underoath777.com.

The band announced their reunion in August, with guitar player Tim McTague saying:

“We never thought we’d ever even want to play together again, much less be as excited to do so.”

Underoath will be playing beloved albums They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line in their entirety, to which singer Spencer Chamberlain added:

“We felt like now is a great time to do a tour and celebrate Define The Great Line turning ten.”

They’re Only Chasing Safety and Define The Great Line were released in 2004 and 2006 respectively, with both albums certified gold. Define The Great Line debuted at 2 on Billboard’s Top 200 Album chart and led the Florida outfit to a Grammy nomination for their “Writing On The Walls” video.

Underoath’s reunited line-up is Aaron Gillespie, Grant Brandell, Spencer Chamberlain, Chris Dudley, James Smith and Tim McTague. The band announced a farewell tour in late 2012, following a decade plus career and five full-length albums, with their final performance on Jan. 26, 2013 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Gillespie surprised attendees by joining his former band mates for two songs.

Rebirth Tour

3/16 – St. Petersburg, FL | Jannus Live SOLD OUT
3/19 – San Bernardino, CA | 2016 Self Help Festival
3/20 – Dallas, TX | South By So What
3/21 – Houston, TX | Warehouse Live
3/22 – Tulsa, OK | Cain’s Ballroom
3/23 – San Antonio, TX | The Aztec Theater
3/25 – Phoenix, AZ | The Marquee
3/26 – Las Vegas, NV | Brooklyn Bowl
3/28 – San Francisco, CA | The Regency Ballroom
3/30 – Seattle, WA | Showbox SODO SOLD OUT
3/31 – Portland, OR | Crystal Ballroom
4/01 – Boise, ID | Knitting Factory
4/02 – Salt Lake City, UT | The Complex
4/03 – Denver, CO | Ogden Theatre SOLD OUT
4/04 – Kansas City, MO | Arvest Bank Theatre
4/06 – Minneapolis, MN | Skyway Theatre
4/07 – Chicago, IL | Riviera Theatre SOLD OUT
4/08 – Royal Oak, MI | Royal Oak Music Theatre
4/09 – Grand Rapids, MO | Orbit Room
4/10 – St. Louis, MO | The Pageant
4/11 – Nashville, TN | Rocketown SOLD OUT
4/13 – Cleveland, OH | Agora Theatre SOLD OUT
4/14 – New York, NY | Best Buy Theater SOLD OUT
4/15 – Sayreville, NJ | Starland Ballroom SOLD OUT
4/16 – Philadelphia, PA | Electric Factory SOLD OUT
4/17 – Boston, MA | House of Blues SOLD OUT
4/19 – Toronto, ON | The Phoenix SOLD OUT
4/20 – Silver Spring, MD | The Fillmore
4/21 – Norfolk, VA | The NorVA
4/22 – Charlotte, NC | Amos Southend SOLD OUT
4/23 – Atlanta, GA | Tabernacle SOLD OUT
4/24 – Orlando, FL | Hard Rock Live

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