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Underoath set the precedent for what Christian metalcore is capable of being. Tunes like "When the Sun Sleeps," "In Division" and "Paper Lung" draw audiences from all walks of life to check them out LIVE in concert! Buy your Underoath concert tickets now!
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Underoath Concert Tickets

Metalcore may not seem like a genre that lends itself well to Christian music, but nobody told that to Underoath. The Florida-based band has been a staple of the hard rock scene since the late 1990s, and despite several lineup changes over the years, fans still clamor to pick up Underoath tickets.

Underoath can trace its roots back to 1997, but it wasn't until 1999 that the newly-formed band released its debut album, Act of Depression. Though only a moderate success, the record helped lay the groundwork for what would prove to be a breakout decade that saw Underoath attract its devout fan base.

The group got its first taste at mainstream success with the 2006 album Define the Great Line. Bolstered by critical acclaim, the album cracked the top five on the Billboard 200 charts and eventually went on to nab a Grammy nomination for the music video for the tune "Writing on the Walls." In 2008 Underoath joined the likes of Slipknot for the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Tour.

More recently, Underoath has continued to bring metalcore to mainstream audiences. With albums such as Lost in the South of Separation earning a great deal of praise, there's no telling how far Underoath will go.