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Thursday, August 08, 2019

Underoath - "Wake Me" [Metal & X-Core]

Wake Me

"Wake Me" music video by Underoath
Added: 08-08-2019
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Underoath - Wake Me (Official Music Video)

“Wake Me”
From the album 'Erase Me (Deluxe Edition)' - out now

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Director/Editor/Colourist: Wyatt Clough

Producer: Emily Smillie

Director of Photography: Nina Djacic

1st AC: Mike Hofman
Grip: Nick Julian
Swing: Monica Meng
Gaffer: Dakota Mazzuca
Set Design: Lucy Larkin
Set Design Assistant: Lyndsey Constable

Patient: Lyndsey Constable
Orderly: Damon Marin
Attendant: Brad Rushmere


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Florida hardcore outfit Underøath built a devoted following as a hard-hitting Christian metalcore band in the early 2000s, evolving into a dynamic rock group that adeptly blended emotive melody and charged punk rock rhythms. At their peak, they took an almost decade-long hiatus before re-emerging in 2018 free of religious labels.

Despite a brief reunion in 2015, the band would not release new material until 2018 on their eighth studio full-length, Erase Me. In addition to publicly dropping their "Christian band" label, Underøath also welcomed returning drummer/vocalist Gillespie for the album. Featuring the singles "Rapture" and "On My Teeth," Erase Me was a radical departure from past work, balancing their usual conviction and fury with polished production by Matt Squire (Panic! At the Disco, the Used).

Tags : 2019, 10s, Underoath

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