Sunday, June 18, 2006

exclusive: define the great line

Alright, I can't wait till Tuesday to post this. There has been a lot of Ø symbols appearing on my blog... and just a few days ago, this blog was invaded by the very same symbol. Well... in case you’ve been living under a rock, Ø = UnderØath, and their new album, Define the Great Line is out on Tuesday (hence the counter under my profile). There has been way too much build-up to this album; actually, I have never seen so much anticipations for an indie album in the punk/hardcore community, ever. The unmastered version of Define the Great Line was leaked to the public sometimes around February or March, and it has been receiving massive buzz ever since. Like many fans of the band, I have listened to those unmastered tracks countlessly and they are very good indeed. Well, let me just say, the final studio product is a thousand times better... in fact, it is freaking amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So, without further ado, here is the studio version of every track from Define the Great Line, enjoy!!!!!!!

1. In Regards To Myself [wicked-cool song]
2. A Moment Suspended In Time [wicked-cool song]
3. There Could Be Nothing After This [wicked-cool song]
4. You're Ever So Inviting [wicked-cool song]
5. Salmarnir
6. Returning Empty Handed [wicked-cool song]
7. Casting Such A Thin Shadow
8. Moving For The Sake Of Motion [wicked-cool song]
9. Writing On The Walls [wicked-cool song]
10. Everyone Looks So Good From Here [wicked-cool song]
11. To Whom It May Concern [wicked-cool song]
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Please go buy the Define the Great Line on Tuesday. It comes in CD or vinyl. There is also a limited edition digipack version which features alternative artwork and a DVD documenting the making of the album.
preorder Define the Great Line here


Liam said...

Oooooh! It's about the screamy kids who aren't the other one!

Jackman said...

i think it's all about colourful city!

Anonymous said...

Man, I've never had a yeast infection, so I can't honestly say that I'd know what one would feel like...but still...if you could convert a yeast infection into audio format, I'm pretty sure it would come out a lot like underoath's music! Just listening to them makes my ears feel moist and goopy! Wheres the Vagisil at?
P.S. That's not a good thing!

Anonymous said...

Well I have had a yeast infection and let me just tell you, it isn't all it's cracked up to be...

Itch E. Gina

Jackman said...

EW... what the hell is going on??? no more yeast infection comments!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!