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Album: Voyeurist

Artist: Underoath

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Fearless Records, Distributed by Concord.

Tracklist For Voyeurist By Artist Underoath

Title Artist Time
Damn Excuses Underoath 2:37 USD 1.29
Hallelujah Underoath 3:01 USD 1.29
I’m Pretty Sure I’m Out Of Underoath 3:45 USD 1.29
Cycle (feat. Ghostemane) Underoath 4:13 USD 1.29
Thorn Underoath 4:36 USD 1.29
(No Oasis) Underoath 2:49 USD 1.29
Take A Breath Underoath 3:26 USD 1.29
We’re All Gonna Die Underoath 3:19 USD 1.29
Numb Underoath 3:41 USD 1.29
Pneumonia Underoath 7:12 USD 1.29

Reviews For Voyeurist By Artist Underoath

  • Worth the wait!

    By lazlozand
    Such a great album, I can’t say enough good things about the vocals, strings, keyboards, and percussion. Across the board, these guys brought it. If I had to pick one song for someone to check out to make their own judgement though, it’d have to be Numb. Numb is a perfect vocal blend of subtle and scream. Amazing album.
  • Lame

    By Hoellle
    No bueno man.
  • It’s the talent for me

    By LaVidaVerdad
    This album give me all the nostalgic feels with a touch of modern sound.
  • Incredible.

    By Rockdrummer19
    I’m a new UØ fan, having just gone through their older albums. LITSOS was my favorite. I was really excited to hear where their current sound was going to be at. Absolutely phenomenal. Love this album from start to finish. Such a talented group.
  • Great album! Life the progression.

    By axturbovw
    This album is just so good. I love the heavy and experimental vibe.
  • Great!!

    By Somosdel
    Fantastic sounding album!! It has a darker vibe than the previous album but some really catchy hooks buried under the heaviness. Loving it!
  • Meh.

    By Donwave
    Not a fan of this cringe band anymore. They used to be more real and now they’re trying so hard to be the opposite that it comes off fake and cringe. Music and lyrics seem forced. The new stuff makes them very forgettable and soon most people will forget them. Their music used to flow and now it’s dead in the water.
  • Groovy

    By Lorenzo_Von_Matterhorn
    There’s definitely some crunchy riffage here. Reminds me a lot of Disambiguation. An album in my opinion is often overlooked because Aaron wasn’t on it. Yes, some of Spencer’s lyrical choices here are juvenile and at times very cringy but this is still a great record and fits nicely within their catalog. I hope as they progress forward they continue with the sludgy riffs like on Take A Breath
  • Here is the truth

    By Jorgiie17
    It’s one thing you leave your religious part. That’s fine! But to bash and continue to step on a religion many people still believe in is what gets me and others upset.
  • ØG’s

    By ssswyers
    Started listening to you from the beginning. Once again, this album proves to me why your still my all time favorite band. Forever Ø

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