Published Apr 09, 2008For many fans having the opportunity to watch a band record their new album rarely surfaces, unless it's a DVD that gets released months after the fact. Luckily followers of Christian metalcore outfit Underoath have the remainder of April to watch a live stream directly from the studio on Stickam.com, as they record their new yet-to-be-titled album for Tooth & Nail/Solid State.
The announcement came today (April 9) that the band would be provide a live feed as they record their sixth album, which is set to release on September 2. Underoath will also be interacting with fans in real time to talk about the recording process, and will also be performing unscripted sets for their faithful.
In case youre unfamiliar, Stickam.com launched in 2006 as an outlet for live interactive video streaming. The main goal is to allow bands to give back to their fans as they watch performers do all the behind the scenes work that is often forgotten. Naturally, there is a social networking community to meet and chat with peers.