Makuhari ArtJam

We’ve been cleaning the cupboards, and organising our archives – and in the process found a video of the ArtJam at the Makuhari Messe in Tokyo, you may not have seen before.continue reading »

Welcome to our new Underworld Beta site

Over the last couple of months we’ve been working hard to make the website a much nicer, simpler, user friendly environment for you and we’re very nearly there. continue reading »

20 Years, Two Compilations; All the hits and a handful of rarities

Ahead of a flurry of activity in 2012 to mark the twentieth anniversary of their first…….continue reading »

New art from Karl

Karl has been working on a series of new drawings using the ipad

Japanese Red Cross

  Karl Hyde & Darren Price to appear at SonarSound in Tokyo in support of Japanese Red Cross Karl Hyde and Darren Price are confirmed as an urgent last minute addition to SonarSound Tokyo 2011. Due to the recent tragic… continue reading »

Frankenstein Music – OUT NOW!!

Underworld “Frankenstein” Music from the Play “This is a postcard, a memento, a short story, a musical collection of scenes & themes from Frankenstein the play.”Track-listing1. Overture 2. Incubator 3. Industrial Revolution 4. Dawn of Eden 5. Beggars Attack and… continue reading »

Frankenstein Soundtrack Album Release

Underworld are set to release a soundtrack album of Frankenstein. Sign up the the mailing list to be among the first to get information on this release, watch the trailer, see pictures and you can also listen to a snippet… continue reading »

Beautiful Burnout hits stateside

2010 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE FIRST AWARD WINNER! You don’t have to be a boxing fan to fall in love with Beautiful Burnout, the newest production from the National Theatre of Scotland and Frantic Assembly, landing at St. Ann’s Warehouse, NY,… continue reading »

Underworld on Frankenstein

As previously mentioned on, Underworld are contributing the score and all audio effects to Danny Boyle’s production of Frankenstein which hit the stage at London’s National Theatre for previews from Saturday February 5th. Read the Guardian’s recently published piece… continue reading »