UNDEROATH haben sich kürzlich in einem Interview darüber geäußert warum sie beim Indie Label Tooth and Nail blieben obwohl sie nach dem Erfolg von "They're Only Chasing Safety" von Major-Label umworben wurden.
Die Band hatte folgendes zu sagen:
"Major labels, I think, as a whole, don't really get it a lot of times," [...] "They don't understand how bands like us work. They understand how Madonna works and how 50 Cent can sell 8 million records. But they don't get heavy bands. We don't really agree with a lot of the business practices major labels employ sometimes. We weren't feeling what they wanted us to do. But we got a lot of free dinners out of it. We told our manager to set up meetings with whoever asked, because we like free food. Free dinners are always a good thing."
Der neue Longplayer "Define the Great Line" erscheint am 20. Juni 2006 via Solid State/Tooth and Nail:
"We've tried things we'd never tried before, and it's just going to be completely different. This album's way heavier, with more energy to it. It's more technical musically it's not a bunch of verse/chorus songs."