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Underoath made their first covers of national magazines appearing on CCM Magazine in July 2005 and then Alternative Press in September, and in October, They're Only Chasing Safety was re-released in a two-disc set with four formerly unreleased songs.
Also included was re-mastered album artwork by Jacob Bannon of Converge, and a DVD with over two hours of footage of the band touring in support of the album.
As of 2005, They're Only Chasing Safety has sold more than 218,000 copies, with the re-release selling an additional 279,000 copies, making a combined sales of more than 500,000 copies in the US alone.
Chamberlain noted that the vocals for the album would sound less like an imitation of former vocalist Taylor, but more like the vocals of Chamberlain's former band.
After a year of playing at festivals and touring the area around Florida, Underoath signed to Alabama's Takehold Records in 1999.
Around this time Luke Morton had left the band without appearing on any of their formal recordings.
The album was released on February 26, 2002, and produced one single titled "When the Sun Sleeps".
The band then began working on their Solid State debut, The Changing of Times, with Cries of the Past producer James Paul Wisner.
Drummer Aaron Gillespie, who attended Morton's church, was then asked to play with them.
Gillespie agreed, and the group recruited guitarist Corey Steger and bassist Octavio Fernandez; the band members were all in high school.
The lyrics were also meaningful to Chamberlain because they had been written about "things that have molded him into who he is today".
An unfinished version of the album was leaked onto Bit Torrent websites and P2P services months before the release date.