Tampa, Florida metallic rockers Underoath just wrapped up a late winter/early spring North American tour in support of their ninth studio album titled ‘Voyeurist,’ which the band released at the start of 2022 through Fearless Records. Boasting strong support from Spiritbox, Bad Omens and Stray From The Path, the 29-date outing landed in New York City on March 17th for a show at Brooklyn Steel.
Underoath brought new jams to Williamsburg on Saint Patrick’s Day, including tracks “Damn Excuses,” “Hallelujah,” “Pneumonia,” and “Thorn,” as part of their 15-song, 70-minute set. The Brooklyn gig marked Underoath’s first show back in NY since their 2019 tour with Korn and Alice in Chains, which hit venues in Darien Lake, Wantagh and Saratoga Springs, and their first proper headlining stint in the Big Apple since their gig at PlayStation Theater (now known as Palladium Times Square) in late 2018.
Underoath’s Brooklyn performance also featured a series of fan-favorite tunes, like “It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door” and “Reinventing Your Exit” off 2004’s ‘They’re Only Chasing Safety,’ plus “There Could Be Nothing After This,” and “Writing on the Walls” from 2006’s ‘Define the Great Line,’ along with “Breathing in a New Mentality” and “Too Bright to See, Too Loud to Hear” off 2008’s ‘Lost in the Sound of Separation’ and much more. Underoath’s stage presence was a dominant one, with lead vocalist Spencer Chamberlain and company releasing absolute fury onstage as a slew of moving lights chaotically gleamed throughout their set.
Next up for Underoath, the sextet will perform at the ‘Aftershock’ festival at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA on October 9th [TIX], and at the ‘Emo’s Not Dead Cruise’ departing from Los Angeles, CA on November 8th [TIX]. Stay up to date via underoath777.com.
Check out exclusive photos from BK Steel by Gabriela Jeronimo, along with fan-filmed clips, below.
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