Underoath call it quits after fifteen years Band announces farewell tour and anthology album Christian metalcore band Underoath, featuring drummer Daniel Davison (formerly of Norma Jean), recently announced plans to disband following the band's fifteen-year career. Their farewell tour will commence in January 2013.

The Tampa, Florida-based group released seven albums in total, including the Gold-certified mid-2000s releases 'They're Only Chasing Safety' and 'Define the Great Line', that collectively yielded Grammy and Dove Award nominations and total sales in excess of 1.3 million units.

Underoath will cap its run with the release of a career retrospective album, 'Anthology 1999-2013' this coming November 6th on Solid State Records. With tracks culled from the 1999 debut, 'Act of Depression', through 2010’s 'Ø (Disambiguation)', the 'Anthology 1999-2013' release is an essential collection of songs that celebrates the evolution of the band. The release also gives fans one last chance to hear newly recorded material in the form of new tracks Sunburnt and Unsound.

Underoath's farewell tour dates so far include:

January 13 at The Palladium in Worcester, MA
January 15 at Irving Plaza in New York, NY
January 16 at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA
January 17 at Irving Plaza powered by Klipsch in New York, NY
January 18 at Sound Academin Toronto, Canada
January 19 at The Fillmore Detroit in Detroit, MI
January 20 at Metro in Chicago, IL
January 22 at House of Blues Dallas in Dallas, TX
January 23 at House of Blues Houston in Houston, TX
January 25 at Masquerade in Atlanta, GA
January 26 at Jannus Landing in St Petersburg, FL

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