It's not a reunion, but any Underøath news is good news, we guess.
Former Underøath man Spencer Chamberlain's band Sleepwave now have an album, and you can listen to it all the way through right here.
Underoath's last ever show took place in St. Petersburg, Florida January 26 and for two songs former drummer and vocalist Aaron Gillespie performed with them.
Whilst we don't have official footage, take a look at a fan made video below and try not to cry (we won't tell).
Posting on Twitter after the show, Underoath had this to say:
“Wow. We could not have done this without you. The gratitude we have can’t be expressed. We’ve been Underoath. Thank you for listening.”
The last ever set list looked like this:
'Breathing In A New Mentality'
'It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door'
'In Regards To Myself'
'Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near' (feat. Aaron Gillespie)
'Reinventing Your Exit' (feat. Aaron Gillespie)
'Young And Aspiring'
'Moving For The Sake Of Motion'
'Who Will Guard The Guardians?'
'Everyone Looks So Good From Here'
Do yourself a favour and watch maybe the last Underoath music video you'll see?! Sad face. 'Sunburnt' is one of two previously unreleased songs that features on the band's Anthology: 1999–2013. Video directed by drummer Daniel Davison.
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