Unearth are a band hailing from Massuchussetts. The Band is:
Trevor Phipps - Vocals
Buz McGrath - Guitar
Ken Susi - Guitar, Backup Vocals
John "Slo" Maggard - Bass
Mike Justian - Drums
and they are currently signed with Metalblade Records.

They formed in 1998 releasing a tape called Above the Fall Of Man with only 4 songs on it. A few years later (2001), they released their 1st proper record, The Stings Of Conscience. This also contained Shattered By The Sun from Above The Fall Of Man. They then released their Enless EP in 2002, which also only contained 4 songs. And they their latest release being The Oncoming Storm which was released in 2004. This record contained 2 songs from the Endless EP, Endless and The Charm.

Unearth are a Metalcore band, I didn't necessarily like this type of music until I listened to this band. Once I heard The Great Dividers I was "wowed". I recommend The Oncoming Storm, the album in my opinion is heavier then The Stings Of Conscience. Unearth are currently on tour performing in the Sounds Of The Underground, which also includes bands like Lamb of God, Norma Jean, Opeth and many more.

Above The Fall Of Man
  1. Shattered By The Sun
  2. Call To Judgement
  3. Convictions
  4. Lefty
The Stings Of Conscience
  1. My Heart Bleeds No Longer
  2. One Step Away
  3. Fuel The Fire
  4. Only The People
  5. Stings Of Conscience
  6. My Desire
  7. Vanishment
  8. Shattered By The Sun
  9. Monition
  10. Stronghold
  1. Endless
  2. Internal War
  3. Charm
  4. My Desire
The Oncoming Storm
  1. The Great Dividers
  2. Failure
  3. This Lying World
  4. Black Hearts Now Reign
  5. Zombie Autopilot
  6. Bloodlust Of The Human Condition
  7. Lie To Purify
  8. Endless
  9. Aries
  10. Predetermined Sky
  11. False Idols
  12. One Step Away (Secret Track)
  13. The Charm (Secret Track)

View their website: http://unearth.tv

Un*earth" (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Unearthed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Unearthing.] [1st pref. un- + earth.]

To drive or draw from the earth; hence, to uncover; to bring out from concealment; to bring to light; to disclose; as, to unearth a secret.

To unearth the roof of an old tree. Wordsworth.


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