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Revolver – Underoath “Rapture”: Spencer Chamberlain Shares Story of Drug Addiction and Recovery Behind Song

In the latest episode of our “Lyric Dissector” series — in which artists break down the lyrics to standout songs — Underoath singer Spencer Chamberlain opens up about the personal story behind “Rapture,” the lead single off the band’s first record in eight years, Erase Me, which tackles his longtime drug addiction and drugs’ power over people. “When drugs stop being fun, they start to suck. It takes, I think, humans a very long time to admit that it sucks,” he explains. “You have that self-loathing all the time. You…

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Tattoo.com – Underoath Interview: Spencer & Aaron – Las Rageous ’18

“In this day and age, f*ck the schedule… it just doesn’t make sense. It’s not 10 years ago. We’re all trying to pretend like it’s the year of record sales and chart numbers and all this bullsh*t.. like your social media actually matters – IT DOESN’T. It’s all about the shows and the music. If the shows are rad and the music is rad, then f*ck the schedule.” – Spencer

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100 Words Or Less: The Podcast – Spencer Chamberlain from Underoath

Episode 303 – Spencer Chamberlain from Underoath is on the show this week. We dive really deep on his upbringing in North Carolina (including a formative show experience with the band Catharsis!), addiction and the struggles of growing up in public. Spencer doesn’t pull any punches with his interviews and this is no exception. https://www.buzzsprout.com/2444/689554-spencer-chamberlain-from-underoath.mp3

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Mike Herrera Hour – #238 – Spencer Chamberlain Of Underoath

Spencer tells me why he doesn’t have Facebook. We go in depth about how the new Underoath album was written and recorded. We talk about a number of topics from culture to the music business. Underoath – Erase Me (Fearless Records) out everywhere now!!! http://traffic.libsyn.com/mikeherrera/238_Spencer_Chamberlain_Underoath.mp3

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Lead Singer Syndrome – Episode 123 – Spencer Chamberlain (Underoath)

Underoath is back with a BRAND NEW album out TODAY! In celebration, we have frontman Spencer Chamberlain talking about the rebirth of Underoath, how this album came together, and plans for the future. Also discussed is his battle with hard drugs, abandoning Christianity, and dropping the “F-Bomb” for the first time in an Underoath song.

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Metalsucks Podcast – #232 – Underoath’s Spencer Chamberlain

Underoath vocalist Spencer Chamberlain is our guest. We discuss the band’s new record Erase Me (out April 6th), the decision to make a new record after reuniting to tour, the reason the band decided to call it quits in 2013, the importance of the break-up in hindsight, his past struggles with addiction and the way he beat it, the most irritating thing about the current state of our country and much more. MetalSucks co-founder Vince Neilstein joins Petar, Brandon and Jozalyn to discuss the controversy surrounding Watain: the image that…

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Discography Discussion Podcast – Episode 047: Underoath with Brandon Kellum of American Standards

Brandon Kellum returns to celebrate Dan’s birthday, and to talk about Underoath with three drunk dudes, and a room full of onlookers. It’s time to define the great line as Discography Discussion dissects Underoath from beginning to end. You can feel your heartbeat racing as the cries from the past are only changing safety.

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Break It Down With Matt Carter – Aaron Gillespie of Underoath (Ep 91)

In 2006, Underoath self-destructed and left Warped Tour amid rumor of drug use among other things. This is the full uncut interview with drummer Aaron Gillespie about that summer and the events surrounding it. Some of this audio was used in the Labeled (Tooth and Nail) Podcast that Matt produces. Go listen to that full episode first, and come back here for more details from Aaron’s point of view. Links & Sponsors: breakitdownpod.com Facebook That’s It: thatsitfruit.com promo code DOWN Labeled Podcast http://traffic.libsyn.com/breakitdown/BID20GILLESPIE.mp3

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A Music Blog, Yea? – Interview with Underoath

Watch AMBY’s exclusive interview with Underoath! I’m absolutely psyched that this interview happened. During their latest stop through Toronto, I had the pleasure of finally speaking with Spencer Chamberlain and Aaron Gillespie from metal band Underoath. Dive into our conversation as we discuss cat sanctuaries, collecting coffee mugs, and their diverse fan base.

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Break It Down With Matt Carter – Skateboarding and Child Development with Tim McTague (S5)

At what age do we become too old to have dreams? Matt and Tim McTague (Underoath) dive into child development and the importance of encouraging children in their self-directed interests. Matt explains his theory of being fully integrated in a way that the specification of roles throughout life is potentially a thing of the past. Also, Tim tells a story of skateboarding gone wrong that put him in the hospital. http://traffic.libsyn.com/breakitdown/20170420_BREAK_IT_DOWN.mp3

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Break It Down With Matt Carter – Tim from Underoath on Philosophy of Music and Art (S5)

Tim McTague of Underoath, joins today to discuss the philosophy behind music and art. What music is art or not, and is it ok to call a song not good or not even art? How does having a live audience effect the way music is received and experienced, whether through altering the music itself, engaging with the crowd, or encouraging participation to create energy and vibe? Does that make live music more important or more of an art than recorded music? http://traffic.libsyn.com/breakitdown/TIM_FROM_UNDEROATH_ON_PHILOSPHY_OF_MUSIC_AND_ART.mp3?dest-id=258491

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