Underoath Photo by Brooke Long for HM Magazine


It would appear that getting the band back together was the right idea. In the past year, Underoath has gotten back together, released a highly successful album, Erase Me, toured the country to sold out shows (selling out their first-ever arena-headlining show on Dec. 14 in their hometown of Tampa, FL) – and now they’re nominated for a Grammy. The band was made known of their Best Metal Performance nomination for their track “On My Teeth.”

The band has been previously nominated for packaging and videos.

“Surreal. Gratitude doesn’t even begin to express what we’re feeling. Wild, wild times.”

Band statement

Erase Me topped the Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums Chart, reaching No. 1, and entered the Top 20 of the Billboard Top 200.

Underoath Photo by Brooke Long for HM Magazine, May 9, 2018

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