Hailing from the Massachusetts, the virtual metal and hardcore capital of North America, Unearth bring a new sense of talent with charismatic riffs, thought provoking lyrics and pummeling breakdowns. Unearth masterfully combine an intoxicating mix of American and European metal with hardcore ethic and punch. This unique approach makes Unearth one of the most abrasive, commanding and emotionally charged groups in the underground scene today. Formed in 1998, Unearth has accomplished more on their own than most bands can do with full support of a label and press. Constant tours in the US, Canada, and Europe with such bands as In Flames, Slipknot, Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage, Soilwork, Zao and Chimaira, as well as the Headbangers Ball tour in the fall of 2003, has built a solid foundation of truly dedicated Unearth fans. Unearth put forth such an energetic and heartfelt live show that they have gathered respect from their peers as well as admiration from the fans. Unearth currently signed to Metal Blade Records, recorded their latest disc, “The Oncoming Storm” at Zing Studios in Westfield, MA with producer Adam D. of Killswitch Engage fame. Adam D. has become somewhat of a sixth member to the band as he adds a fresh prospective to the music, a close friendship and masterful skills behind the soundboard. Unearth unleashed their highly anticipated album on June 29 2004. Fans of Unearth heard more evolved and mature music this time around with more breakdowns and heavier metal. The band is a headliner on this summer’s most buzzed about tour: The Sounds Of The Underground. With a line-up boasting such heavyweights as Lamb Of God, Clutch, Poison The Well, From Autumn To Ashes and many more, thousands of un-expecting metalheads will surely experience the blood curdling effect of Unearth's unparalleled live performance. After SOTU, Unearth will continue to tour the world to help spread the word of true American metalcore. Consider yourself warned!

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