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ROCK AM RING 2024: Underoath Are Exceptional On Orbit Stage

It’s time to buckle up and dive headfirst into the world of one of Europe’s biggest celebrations of rock & metal music. Rock Am Ring 2024, where music enthusiasts from all walks of life unite under the banner of rock ‘n’ roll. Join us on this extraordinary journey as we witness the power of rock, metal and everything in between in all its glory. Rock Am Ring 2024 promises to be a monumental chapter in the festival’s storied history and you’ll find all the coverage you need right here at Strife Mag.

After a few years of absence on the European festival circuit, Underoath made their triumphant return on Rock Am Ring this weekend. Last time around, the band played on the Utopia stage, which is the main stage. This time, however, the band played the smallest stage on the festival in the early evening while Billy Talent played the main stage.

Billy Talent’s popularity in Germany is astonishing, but luckily there were still a whole bunch of people who opted to watch Underoath perform live instead. One of the major highlights was their performance of the very popular A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White. As soon as the opening chords rang out, the audience erupted in cheers, and the band delivered the song with a raw intensity that captured the emotional depth of the track. Spencer Chamberlain‘s vocals were particularly gripping, seamlessly transitioning between melodic lines and ferocious screams. His singing voice stood out during the entire show.

Another standout moment was the performance of Reinventing Your Exit. The crowd’s anticipation was palpable, and when the iconic intro began, it was met with an overwhelming wave of enthusiasm. The song’s infectious chorus had everyone singing along, creating a powerful connection between the band and the audience.

Underoath’s set was a well-crafted mix of their classic hits and newer material, showcasing their evolution as a band while staying true to their roots. Even if their popularity in Germany has fallen a bit behind, Underoath are exceptional live. Their earlier songs have stood the test of time and their musicianship continues to impress.

Check out some of the images of the band’s epic performance right below and let us know if you are going to see Underoath live during the festival season. Stay tuned to all our Rock Am Ring coverage by following our socials over on XInstagram and Facebook.


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Glenn van den Bosch