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On its third album, The Almost embraces a Southern rock sound while confronting a host of terrors and temptations. Lead singer Aaron Gillespie gives Fear Inside Our Bones a sense of inner conflict that goes beyond personal confession to touch on broader spiritual themes. He matches the rage and anguish within his band’s lyrics with muscular arrangements driven by scorching slide guitars and pummeling drumwork. The spine-cracking force of the opening track, “Ghost,” signals that the album won’t be a gentle ride. Tunes like “I’m Down,” “I Won’t Let Go," and the title number continue in a similar vein as they cry out for redemption amid blazing riffage and merciless beats. The Almost switch to a more melodic ‘90s-style pop approach on “Never Be Like You” and “Fight Song” without lessening the confrontational thrust of their lyrics. “The Florida Sun” takes a more nostalgic tack as Gillespie recalls the home he left behind. Those looking for more explicit affirmations of the band’s Christian faith will find “Love Is Coming Down” especially inspirational.

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Honestly, I think Aaron should have tracked drums on this record like he did the last two. The drums are just too simple, and that's what makes FIOB a mediocre record. Oh, and the mix is awful as well; way too muddy, but maybe that was the sound they were going for? One of the pluses of the record was having guys like Aaron Sprinkle, Seth Mosley, and AJ Cheek co-write some of the songs. Overall, FIOB is just "ok," nowhere comparing to the last two records. Definitely a let-down. Sorry guys… maybe the next release.

So Awesome...

I love you guys. Each album has had it's own charm, and Fear Inside Our Bones is no different... Amazing album. Aaron's voice is amazing, and the rest of the band is great too. So sad to see Underoath's Farewell Tour coming to a close, but at least there's a bright future with The Almost. Looking forward to what you guys continue to crank out... And hope to see ya on tour sometime too.


Such an amazing record, do yourself a favor and buy it!


Formed: 2005 in Salt Lake City, UT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Almost is an emo solo project by Aaron Gillespie, drummer and occasional lead singer for Underoath, the Christian metalcore outfit he co-founded in 1998. Choosing to come out from behind the skins like his idol Dave Grohl before him, the Florida-bred Gillespie (who relocated to Salt Lake City in early 2007, following his marriage) wanted to explore a different outlet for his songwriting outside of his hard-hitting main gig. Written as Underoath were recording their critically acclaimed 2006 album,...
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