Sleepwave, Featuring Former Underoath Vocalist Spencer Chamberlain, Premiere New Song and Music Video, “The Wolf”


Photo credit: Amber Canterbury

Sleepwave, the new band of former Underoath vocalist Spencer Chamberlain, will release their new album, ‘Broken Compass,’ on September 16 via Epitaph Records. In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere a new song and music video for “The Wolf.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

To pre-order ‘Broken Compass,’ visit iTunes or Epitaph’s webstore. For more on Sleepwave, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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  • UchihaName

    I’m so happy Spence is back making music. By far one of the best vocalists in my opinion. Disambiguation is still one of the best albums iv’e ever heard in my life. This new band is awesome.

  • peterfknparker

    First time I’ve heard these guys, and I can’t wait to hear more! Loving the vibe!

  • Chef Michael

    Saw SLEEPWAVE and NOTHING MORE last week at the CHAMELEON. Both bands were amazing but my main reason for going was SLEEPWAVE. For a newly organized band SLEEPWAVE was tight from their first song until they blew the doors off the place with an ass kicking THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. Met SPENCER after the set. It was a privilege to see this amazing talent in a 750 club. This video is excellent and gives you a taste of a Chambelain show. Go see them!

  • Sean Johnson

    This is an awesome video, definitely looking forward to hearing the new record when it comes out! I think this band has a lot more to offer than just being Chamberlain’s next project, and this video gives us a glimpse at the intesity they bring to a live show as well as the life they can inject into a song! Looking forward to hearing more soon!

  • Mickey Rando

    Being me I was a long time Underoath fan and after their retirement as a band I was shocked and stoked to see Sleepwave come alive and give life to Rock and Roll. Sense their first tour and demo release I havent missed one show. That alone should be reason enough to check these guys out. Big venue or small venue their hearts and souls are put into their performance and they appriciate ever supporting face that came to see them play. Through meeting them all, I found their humble way of being humbling. Keep saving lives Sleepwave I know uou know its more than music. Atlanta, Ga.