Being an Underoath fan from the beginning, I loved their music. Being Christian and uplifting made their albums even better. Define the Great Line is no exception.
The first thing you will notice different from The're Only Chasing Safety is the vocals. Spencer Chamberlin is MUCH harder on these vocals, which I really like. He sounds clear and great. The songs are also very satisfying and great to lsiten to. The album starts out with an engine starting noise, then screams "WAKE UP WAKE UP MY GOD..." and so on. GREAT way to start a CD.
I feel that the instruments are better in this also. I like the more hardcore tone to them, and they are not as soft, such as with Spencers screaming/singing. It seems more "unrefined" which I like. The sound quality is also better on Define the Great Line because it is louder, which makes for a more pleasurable listening experience.
True Underoath fans will love this CD. It sounds more like their older albums, such as Cries of the Past, but has a different screamer who, in mu opinion, is better. Buy this album as soon as you can.