Erase Me - Underoath

Erase Me


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2018-04-06
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2018 Fearless Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.


Title Artist Time
It Has To Start Somewhere Underoath 3:11 USD 1.29
Rapture Underoath 3:34 USD 1.29
On My Teeth Underoath 3:10 USD 1.29
Wake Me Underoath 3:40 USD 1.29
Bloodlust Underoath 3:32 USD 1.29
Sink With You Underoath 4:44 USD 1.29
Ihateit Underoath 3:27 USD 1.29
Hold Your Breath Underoath 3:29 USD 1.29
No Frame Underoath 3:46 USD 1.29
In Motion Underoath 3:35 USD 1.29
I Gave Up Underoath 4:02 USD 1.29


  • Keep On

    By extremedude5
    It’s sad that the Christian community would walk away from “cuss words”. We have more violence, hatred, anger, bitterness and resentment in our world and I’m astonished at why people choose to direct that negativity into Underoath. It’s cuss words- grow up and get a life. If your a Christian and you haven’t heard a cuss word before then you clearly haven’t been living your life to it’s full potential.
  • Dated

    By JayGarrick76
    Sound is dated. Not a fan anymore, you lost me. No one cares what you think about “Christianity”. Please retire “under oath”!
  • Personally I love it

    By Deathbat27
    Ive never been really big into underoath but this album was really great. I really don’t understand why a lot of people hated on it but we all have our own opinions. This album made me a fan of the band and I will forever be grateful
  • Two Words: Extreme Disappointment

    By happyandhopeful
    I feel differently then a lot of the other reviewers. Most are saying that Underoath's attempt at a new sound was a flop. I don't agree that it was an attempt at a new sound whatsoever and as far as the instrumentation goes, this album is killer. It is exactly what I would hope for from the best in the business. The percussion is insane (as always), the guitar tones and riffs are top-notch, and Spencer's voice is the best it has ever been! So why one star? The flop was the fact that they are complete sellouts! Their entire career was built on two things: they are talented beyond belief and they are unashamedly christian in a very bold way. In fact, they built their success on their faith. It is why so many people were drawn toward them. Going completely against the grain, these guys made music for something greater than themselves. Now, they are sprinting in the other direction with their tails between their legs. It's plain sad. I think it's pitiful that Spencer used the entire record to whine about his life. Go watch recent interviews; all he has to say is that a few Christians were judgemental and he flat out gave up. He caved under the pressure. Well so sorry to tell you guys, pressure is about the only thing that your "Lord" promised you. The lyrics on the record point to God as the one to blame. The reality is that this album points to a group of sellouts who are obviously immature in their own faith. The one who disappoints me the most is Gillespie. In one interview he mentions how it should be just fine to use the word "f@$k" in a song. That is completely besides the point, christian or not. I expected a lot more from him. Sad to hang up my hat as a fan. Looking forward to the instrumental-only cut.
  • My underoath

    By Jimknowsmetalgood
    Awesome as always. Glad they grouped back together and made a jam of an album. I wouldn’t care if they sounded like Taylor swift, I’d still buy this album. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
  • Get over the profanity

    By SBOutr
    This album has really grown on me. Now I can’t put it down. Bands evolve, get over it if you don’t like the sound. For those complaining about the profanity, a few curse words isn’t a big deal. God forbid someone swears uh oh. Don’t worry your imaginary god doesn’t care and neither should you
  • Slightly Better Sleepwave

    By JHnivk
    Ive bought every Underoath album and unfortunately their desire to be themselves has totally changed the sound. The music is basic and easily coverable unlike most of the past albums. This seems to be mostly Spencer’s influence which makes it seem like just a more talented Sleepwave. I’m bummed...
  • Give it time.

    By Christrocksme
    After listening to it for a few months, I really like it!
  • Dang!!!

    By Steph - a - licious
    I won’t spend too much time but it’s sad to see the complete 180 turn this band has made. Not just that factor that they don’t call themselves a Christian band anymore also the factor that their music seems like it took a much darker turn. One consistent thing Underoath has done with their albums is have a positive sound lyrically and music wise. This new stuff is dark, boring, generic and not really creative. If they write another album hopefully they could use their platform to go back to being positive. Just my opinion.
  • I would buy it twice.

    By Dskillet12
    I lost interest with Underoath after define the great line. Erase me has me feeling like I’m listening to a more mature they’re only chasing safety! This album showed me that it was definitely worth my time!