Underoath Australia Tour Highlights

Underoath posted a montage of footage from their Australian shows on their YouTube channel. The band were virtual prisoners on their flight to begin the video, waiting for a storm to pass. The guys were next seen at their hotel before hitting the stage. Watch below.

Underoath Discuss ‘Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear’

Spencer Chamberlain and Aaron Gillespie of Underoath talked with Altitude TV about how their track ‘Too Bright to See, Too Loud to Hear’ is the slowest and calmest song they’ve ever done. “If we can make it work on the album which I think that song does work on the album,” Spencer said. “It’s fun to explore that area of our writing that we haven’t done before.” Watch the comments below.

Underoath Discuss Changes In 2009 Warped Tour

Underoath claim that this year’s Warped Tour is going to be totally different than the last, with only one mainstage and a more streamlined show – or at least that’s what they’ve heard. Check out their interview with Altitude TV below.

Underoath ‘You’re Ever So Inviting’ Live Video

The second and final installment from Underoath’s sold-out Portsmouth show is available thanks to ChasingSafety.co.uk. The Florida rock band performs ‘You’re Ever So Inviting’ in the video below, from their 2006 release ‘Define the Great Line’.

Underoath Perform At Zavvi Oxford Street

Footage from Underoath’s live performance in London at Zavvi Oxford Street on September 12th has been posted at the Tampa, Florida rock act’s YouTube channel. Watch the clip, set to ‘Desperate Times Desperate Measures’, and featuring comments from fans, below.

On TV: Tokio Hotel, Underoath, Alice Cooper

Rock acts on television this week include:

Bryan Adams, who performs on ‘The Early Show’ (CBS) on Monday.

Tokio Hotel, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Tuesday.

Underoath, who visit ‘Steven’s Untitled Rock Show’ (Fuse) on Wednesday.

Alice Cooper, who visits ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ (CBS) on Wednesday.

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