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Here we analyze the final lyrics from 13 broken-up bands and see if we can find anything. Looking back, Under oath frontman Spencer Chamberlain signing off with these lyrics is interesting, because, musically, he’s the only member of the band still standing.
This is an oddly confident last line from a band who broke up not too long after the release of this song. So far, all that’s come of Native is drama and physical altercations between band members.
The band’s final message shows them staying lyrically true to themselves to the end. Maybe the band realized they were ready to break up, and they would be just fine without their fans.
Were strong and would carry on, but the band came to a halt shortly after the release of this song. These lyrics might have been the biggest giveaway that Conditions were on the verge of breaking up.
According to legend, Saint Christopher carried a very heavy child across a river. The child turned out to be Jesus Christ with the literal weight of the world on his shoulders.
“Zed And Two Naughts” is from the band’s 2012 album, Tourniquet. We’re a little late on this, but it’s worth posting about: Christian metal core band Under oath has announced that they will be breaking up after 15 years.
Vocalist Spencer Chamberlain had the following to say about Underoath’s plans to call it a day: “It’s sad to say that we feel like it’s time to close this chapter, but we have never seen things more clearly.
These have been the best years of my entire life, and I owe that to every single person who ever supported this band along the way. First, the band will be releasing Anthology 1996-2013, a compilation album that encompasses their career and features two new tracks “Sunburned” and Unsound ”.
But we look forward to what projects the member might be getting involved with in the future. Check out the track listing for Anthology 1996-2013 after the jump.
I’ve Got Ten Friends And A Crowbar That Says You Ain’t Going to Do Jack 15. Since forming in 1997, Christian metal core titans Under oath have developed a worldwide fan base and sold a shit-ton of albums.
“It's sad to say that we feel like it's time to close this chapter, but we have never seen things more clearly,” frontman Spencer Chamberlain said in a press release. “These have been the best years of my entire life, and I owe that to every single person who ever supported this band along the way.
Keyboardist Chris Dudley added, “Over the past decade or so of our lives, we have been able to live a dream traveling the world, playing music that excites us, and meeting more amazing people than we could have ever fathomed. We have accomplished more, met more friends, seen more places and have just done more than we could have ever imagined, and we really wanted to just go out on the highest note possible.
“That's why we have put together a group of great friends and musicians for what will be our final tour ever. We are taking every moment of this tour as an opportunity to say goodbye to you all, as well as celebrate what has taken place over all these years.
While details for Underoath's farewell tour will not be unveiled until next week, we do know that it will kick off in 2013 and include songs from the group's entire career. Furthermore, the band will follow up 2010s Ø (Disambiguation) with a retrospective compilation called Anthology 1999 – 2013, set for release on November 6 via Solid State.
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