The Bad Christian guys have an outstanding podcast, and this past Sunday, they had Aaron Gillespie (The Almost, Paramore and, most famously, drummer for Underoath) on the show. He talks about his latest album, Grace Through Wandering, and that he’d be open to a reunion if the other guys were up for it.

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I’ll say this, with running the risk of offending a lot of people, and I kind of just don’t care, to be honest. If (Underoath) wanted to reunite tomorrow, I would seriously pray about it, and probably do it, Christian band or not.

Quote via press release via Bad Christian. Podcast courtesy of Bad Christian as well.

Watch Underoath live from the HM Stage at Sonshine Festival in 2012.

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