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scyther
May 31st 2009



1606 Comments


Its best not to trust surveys like that unless you and everyone you know was asked questions about it.

Religion is mainstream, not just Christianity, and Christianity is one of the most amended religions in history creating thousands of "underground" churches in its name. Also when it comes to music, a band's religion is not what determines their popularity, marketing and distribution, their label does.

gashuffer
May 31st 2009



26 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Good points scyther. But, theres a much larger market available for Christian bands than Satanic ones. A lot of my friends, Christian or not, won't even listen to music with Satanic lyrics. The lyrics that bands like Underoath and As I Lay Dying offer are much more friendly to the mainstream public, hence, their potential for widespread appeal and the fraudulent nature of their "we're so underground" lamentations.

scyther
May 31st 2009



1606 Comments


Anti-religion will naturally be less of a mainstream hit than praise music. I don't listen to bands like this often so I wouldn't know whether or not they claim to be underground but if their label is independent then they should be labeled as such despite what they claim in their lyrics. An independent band may have mainstream appeal but according to their level of marketing and income they are still technically "underground".

cvlts
June 2nd 2009



8954 Comments


im a christian and id much rather listen to some black dahlia murder than this... what does that say of me? haha =pp

Douglas
June 3rd 2009



9052 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

That have your own taste in music. Just because you are a christian doesnt mean you HAVE to listen to Underoath, you can listen to whatever you want.

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2009



2809 Comments


I love this dvd. underoath is beast live

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2009



2809 Comments


goddam double posts

fromtheinside
July 22nd 2009



17714 Comments


^couldn't agree more.
although i wish they'd play dangerous business still, i'd love to hear that live in person.

Digging: Fallujah - The Flesh Prevails

Douglas
July 22nd 2009



9052 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It goes of live, trust me!

AtavanHalen
July 22nd 2009



17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

off*

Douglas
July 22nd 2009



9052 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Whatevs

WhiteWallStargazers
July 22nd 2009



2647 Comments


They played it when I saw em at Cornerstone this year....

atrink
Contributing Reviewer
July 22nd 2009



2809 Comments


was cornerstone the shit? cuz i'm probably gunna go next year if they have the same line up cuz that is classic.mewithoutyou, underoath and emery at the same place is amazing

WhiteWallStargazers
July 22nd 2009



2647 Comments


Its flippin amazing!! I must have seen over 70 bands in those 5 days...i missed alot of bands too..its expensive as heck but well worth it.

fromtheinside
July 22nd 2009



17714 Comments


i'm interested.

Emim
September 16th 2009



26476 Comments


But, theres a much larger market available for Christian bands than Satanic ones. A lot of my friends, Christian or not, won't even listen to music with Satanic lyrics.


Hmm, so most would rather listen to music about a loving God than ritual sacrifice and such? You just blew my freaking mind...

AtavanHalen
September 16th 2009



17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

gashuffer is probably dumbest ever.

Emim
September 16th 2009



26476 Comments


I'll second that.

Captain Civic
September 16th 2009



280 Comments


Want more Underoath a la Lost in the Sound of Separation, not a live CD. =(

Douglas
September 16th 2009



9052 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Whoa I forgot I wrote this...



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