Mills Record Company

The upcoming release was told to be a lot "heavier" and "darker" than the 2006 release, Define the Great Line. A handful of people from MTV were the first to get a listen to some of the upcoming songs. It was then reviewed afterward that: "Several of the songs were anthemic, feedback-filled numbers that build slowly to their thunderous, ear-splitting crescendos".
The upcoming release was told to be a lot "heavier" and "darker" than the 2006 release, Define the Great Line. A handful of people from MTV were the first to get a listen to some of the upcoming songs. It was then reviewed afterward that: "Several of the songs were anthemic, feedback-filled numbers that build slowly to their thunderous, ear-splitting crescendos".
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Lost in the Sound of Separation *
Artist: Underoath
Format: CD
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The upcoming release was told to be a lot "heavier" and "darker" than the 2006 release, Define the Great Line. A handful of people from MTV were the first to get a listen to some of the upcoming songs. It was then reviewed afterward that: "Several of the songs were anthemic, feedback-filled numbers that build slowly to their thunderous, ear-splitting crescendos".

Reviews:

The Tampa sextet caught major flak from Warped Tour veteran/NOFX rabble rouser Fat Mike for engaging in Bible study on the road in lieu of more, we suppose, "punk" undertakings (like filming a reality show for Fuse). Suffocatingly serious as they are, looks like Underoath are enjoying the last laugh. Hot on the heels of live CD/DVD Survive, Kaleidoscope, Lost finds the screamo troupe in fine, rabid form.

 

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