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LIVE: UNDEROATH – March 25, 2022

| 30 March 2022 | Reply

Venue: Tabernacle

City: Atlanta, GA

Date: March 25, 2022

Review and Photographs by: Rachel Craig (

Underoath’s Voyeurist tour made a stop at the Tabernacle in Atlanta near the end of their run – and fans were afraid it wouldn’t even happen. The historic venue in Downtown Atlanta was a beautiful location for this tour, but there were concerns about structural issues with the floor, causing the show to be delayed until the city could approve a last-minute permit to keep the show going. Doors were pushed back nearly two hours, and Stray From the Path took the stage for a brief set while fans made their way into the building (I almost missed them myself). After a very brief pause, it was time for Bad Omens to play, and they delivered a shortened set of both heavy and calm music that turned me into a fan. Spiritbox was the last of the openers – and this is a band that easily deserves their own headlining tour. Vocalist Courtney LaPlante is easily one of the best singers I’ve heard live, with both her singing and screams. Her family was in attendance, and she dedicated “Eternal Blue” to her father in the crowd.

Underoath is a band that’s been through a lot of changes, and this is the strongest I’ve heard them and seen them so far. The band played a lot from their newest album Voyeurist, but a majority of the setlist was made up of longtime fan favorites. Vocalist Spencer Chamberlain revealed to the audience why the show got delayed, and credited everyone involved for making sure the show could continue with some modifications. Despite the floor concerns, the audience still packed the room and moshed, crowdsurfed, sang, and danced hard for the whole set. Luckily, the Tabernacle’s staff was very kind and apologetic to fans about the delays of the night, and the bands appeared to put all their energy into their shortened sets to make sure the fans had an experience to remember. This show was clearly a meaningful experience for a lot of longtime fans, and the emotions ran high. Overall, Underoath is a band that has transformed from Christian metalcore into something much heavier and rebellious. The night went from confusion and stress to an energetic, nostalgic, and cathartic rock show for both the fans and bands.

Setlist: Damn Excuses – Breathing in a New Mentality – On My Teeth – It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door – In Regards to Myself – Hallelujah – No Frame – Reinventing Your Exit – A Fault Line, a Fault of Mine – There Could Be Nothing After This – Too Bright to See, Too Loud to Hear – A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White – Pneumonia – Thorn – Writing on the Walls







Category: Live Reviews, Photo Galleries

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ToddStar - that's me... just a rocking accountant who had dreams of being a rock star. I get to do the next best thing to rocking the globe - I get to take pictures of the lucky ones that do. I love to shoot all genres of music and different types of performers. If it is related to music, I love to photograph it. I get to shoot and hang with not only some of my friends and idols, but some of the coolest people around today.

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