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“Underlined have signed with Standby Records, home of Black Veil Brides, Modern Day Escape and Hopes Die Last. Their debut LP, Deadtime Stories, will be released this fall. Check out their first single, "The Suffering," below.”

“If you cut your metal teeth on the industrial metal sound, Yell! Magazine thinks you’re going to appreciate Underlined. There’s been a void in this sound over the last decade or so, and while Ministry keeps producing great tunes, the genre’s popularity has sunk since Trent Reznor has opted to do film scores and Marilyn Manson has moved on. One of the only vehicles for this sound, and certainly the most popular, is Slipknot, and their not exactly industrial. Underlined is somewhat of a super group (see the press release below), and judging from their first single, “The Suffering,” they’re going to do an excellent job carrying the industrial metal torch. They’re also going to carry that torch and light a new industrial direction, one that includes horror metal. First, Underlined has the look: they’re masked and evil looking. Fine, that largely belongs to Slipknot. Second, the chorus in “The Suffering” bears an uncanny resemblance to “Cry Little Sister,” from The L”

“South Florida's UNDERLINED has inked a worldwide deal with Standby Records. The band recently finished recording its debut album, "Deadtime Stories", at Cleveland's Studio D Productions with producer Don Debiase for a fall release. ”