God Lives Underwater was an Industrial rock band from rural Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia), formed in 1993 by band members David Reilly and Jeff Turzo. God Lives Underwater was originally signed to American Recordings after being discovered by Rick Rubin, who subsequently produced the band's first two albums. Prior to the band's breakup, they consisted of 4 members, David Reilly, Jeff Turzo, Andrew McGee, and Scott Garret, and had one ex-member, Adam Kary.
The band produced an Extended Play (EP) in 1995. Later that year, they released their first studio album, Empty. In 1998, they released another studio album, Life in the So-Called Space Age. It was their first and only album to ever chart, peaking on Heatseekers, and 137 on the Billboard 200. Later that year, the released their second EP, Rearrange. In 2004, God Lives Underwater released their last album, Up Off The Floor. One year later, lead singer David Reilly died in his sleep, after the band's breakup.
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