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This series is about deeply examining how groups of special individuals come together to produce special things and how they align the right combination of talent in the right environment, with the right amount of pressure, to create collective focus and flow to generate unique output. Series One will examine Underoath’s newest album Voyeurist and it’s accompanying digital event, Digital Ghost. Presented by the Labeled Universe
 
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We’ve arrived at the end of our Voyeurist journey and thought it was fitting to hear from Aaron, Spencer, Chris, Tim, and JJ, as this final song has a beautiful story in the collaboration that led to it. Through this last set of conversations, it becomes increasingly clear that the process of creating Voyeurist has led Underoath into the healthiest…
 
In this episode, Tim discusses the artistic expression of Underoath and its unique intersection with commercialism and how people, teams, labels, publicists and other forces have and haven't influenced their trajectory of their career. Check out Rockabilia's exclusive Underoath shirt! https://bit.ly/35FGWCH Use the code UNDEROATH to save 15% off yo…
 
In this conversation, Spencer and I discuss some of the most brutal lyrics on the record and the experiences that led him to write them. This song is one of the most brutal on the album and my personal favorite. Follow everything that’s happening at Labeled at LabeledUniverse.com Check out Rockabilia's exclusive Underoath shirt! https://bit.ly/35FG…
 
Since their return, Joel Cook and Brandon Rike of TNSN DVSN have been collaborating with Underoath to create some of the most stunning visuals and conceptual presentations for the band that include Grammy Nominated projects, live streams and more. Erase Me, Observatory, and Voyeurist have all pushed the limits and set new precedents visually in bot…
 
There are 2 dominant mindsets that drive the creation of Underoath's creative process. One is the in the moment spontaneous magic and feel that instantly connects people. The other is a slow and deliberate process of contextualizing that magic and using it to push new boundaries. The mindsets are complimentary but also competitive and work together…
 
Chris Dudley, keyboardist, is truly a one of a kind band member. His performance style and instrument pairing has made him an icon, but performance may not even be the right word for what Chris does. It is more like just a display of how he feels the music and collective energy that the band creates. He has always been a key personality in the band…
 
In the last episode we heard Aaron and Spencer talk about their personal and collaborative relationship. In this discussion we move deeper into the lyrical creation process. This song has very dark themes to it and Spencer opens up to explore the fear that we are doomed to repeat our mistakes. We also discuss the song construction and the collabora…
 
Spencer Chamberlain and Aaron Gillespie have been a substantial part in the emergence of what is known as “trade-off vocals" in our scene. This episode takes an unconventional approach to examine their deep, personal relationship and the trust involved in two people speaking with one collective voice. Spencer and Aaron have a special bond based on …
 
This episode explores the song “Hallelujah" through the mind of Aaron Gillespie. Aaron Gillespie is a one of a kind talent and an icon in the emo/hardcore scene. He is able to exert an extreme amount of both energy and emotional feeling as a singer, drummer and writer. He formed Underoath alongside Dallas Taylor in 1997 at 15 and has spent the last…
 
Some of the biggest names in rock music production have participated in the creation of Underoath's legendary catalog; James Paul Wisner, Matt Goldman, Adam D, Matt Squire, David Bendeth to name a few. However, what would it look like if the band using decades of personal growth and skill development alongside their most trusted engineer, took the …
 
This introductory episode looks at coming off of “Erase Me”, the band was filled with conflict over sonic direction and personal issues. Underoath found themselves at a crossroads and were forced to dig deep and reflect on their history within the DIY punk & hardcore scene and the passion they felt at the inception of the band. With that focus, the…
 
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