Underoath have seen their share of change, from breakups to important members stepping away to a different sound on every album they’ve put out since Spencer Chamberlain joined them on 2004’s They’re Only Chasing Safety.
Before Chamberlain and They’re Only Chasing Safety, though, there was Dallas Taylor and The Changing Of Times (along with two other albums). The Changing Of Times was Underoath’s last album with Taylor, which was released 18 years ago today. To celebrate its life and the rest of the band’s incredible tracks throughout their banger-packed catalog, put your Underoath knowledge to the test with this screenshot video quiz below!
More on Underoath and the Almost
Recently while on the road in Tampa at the Orpheum Jan. 4, Gillespie recruited his Underoath bandmate Tim McTague to join him onstage.
Gillespie shared live photos, touching on the “unnecessary friction” between the band when he started the Almost 15 years ago. Ultimately, they all moved past that point, and Gillespie revealed his bandmates came to see the Almost for the first time ever. The vocalist opened up on the effect their attendance had on the evening.
“There was unnecessary friction between myself and the rest of Underoath when I started the Almost,” the post reads. “Creative differences led to bruised egos, fear and rejection amongst many of us in the band. My new creative outlet became the Almost even though I was very much a part of Underoath.
“Time, maturity and a strong friendship have helped these feelings fade. Saturday night, for the first time ever, my Underoath family came to see The Almost show in Tampa. This was more special than you could ever imagine. Tim had actually helped write ‘Drive There Now’ off Southern Weather (which I’m playing in entirety this tour) and it was truly an honor to share the stage with him in for the song.”
You can see their performance here.