It was inevitable for me to write the review on one of my fave songs of all time. This band brings back so many memories for me. I first heard of them through an indie Christian online radio website out of Florida (no wonder I know!). I was stationed as an active duty soldier in South Carolina, Back in those days, they were dabbling in unblack metal with great full lengths/EPs Act of Depression & Cries of the Past. I bought a drum set shortly afterwards! I have seen them live multiple times & crowd surfed, but was stuck on duty once & actually spoke to guitarist Timmy before one of their shows in my old stomping grounds Columbia, SC once. There was a venue called New Brookland Tavern that I was at probably at least every other weekend for 3 years & hung with many various band members over the years. Well, those days are long gone & the band went & changed genres stylistically & lyrically. Today is my 43rd birthday & I still miss the old days with Dallas & Aaron’s solo worship music, but Spencer has done an excellent job as the band forayed into the more mainstream. It was very weird seeing Underoath on the secular music rock charts let me tell you! If there ever was a band I would join, Underoath would have been it. Maybe i should look for band members in rural Bloomington/Normal Illinois who actually listen to this genre & play instruments to start an Underoath homage band! The live video here sounds great sonically & showcases my fave drummer of all time Aaron!