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Underoath’s “They’re Only Chasing Safety” Goes Gold, Picture Available

Underoath officially have two gold records for sales in excess of 500,000 in the United States. The bands 2004 outing “They’re Only Chasing Safety” was certified gold by the RIAA late last year. A picture of a plaque for it, awarded to Tooth & Nail/Solid State Records employee John T. Frazier, can be found on Instagram. Underoath‘s 2006 offering “Define The Great Line” was certified gold back in the same year of its release.


  • adamonfire

    Their best record.

    • WURST

      Only record I ever liked by these dudes.


    I thought the album and the band were pretty terrible, but that’s just me. I suppose going gold is easy with Jesus in your corner.

    • WURST

      Apparently not, it only took 8 years to sell 500k units. Pretty horrible.

      • MARIACHI EL willX

        true, you never hear of a 1 million seller anymore. now we celebrate gold? stop stealing folks.

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