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Fear Inside Our Bones, the third long-player from the Clearwater, Florida-based faith-based rockers fronted by Underoath drummer and vocalist Aaron Gillespie, arrives four years after 2009's well-received Monster Monster, which peaked at the number five spot on the Christian rock charts (it hit number 67 on the Billboard 200) on the strength of the single "No I Don't." Recorded live in the studio in four feverish days, the 11-track Fear Inside Our Bones retains the spirit, passion, and edgy charisma of its predecessor, while introducing a more refined, classic rock-influenced element to the band's already meaty and anthemic sound.
Fear Inside Our Bones, the third long-player from the Clearwater, Florida-based faith-based rockers fronted by Underoath drummer and vocalist Aaron Gillespie, arrives four years after 2009's well-received Monster Monster, which peaked at the number five spot on the Christian rock charts (it hit number 67 on the Billboard 200) on the strength of the single "No I Don't." Recorded live in the studio in four feverish days, the 11-track Fear Inside Our Bones retains the spirit, passion, and edgy charisma of its predecessor, while introducing a more refined, classic rock-influenced element to the band's already meaty and anthemic sound.
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Format: CD
Label: TNL
Catalog: 1
Rel. Date: 06/11/2013
UPC: 810488020021

Fear Inside Our Bones
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Fear Inside Our Bones, the third long-player from the Clearwater, Florida-based faith-based rockers fronted by Underoath drummer and vocalist Aaron Gillespie, arrives four years after 2009's well-received Monster Monster, which peaked at the number five spot on the Christian rock charts (it hit number 67 on the Billboard 200) on the strength of the single "No I Don't." Recorded live in the studio in four feverish days, the 11-track Fear Inside Our Bones retains the spirit, passion, and edgy charisma of its predecessor, while introducing a more refined, classic rock-influenced element to the band's already meaty and anthemic sound.
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