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Finally!

Been waiting 6 months for this album and boy was it worth it, if you like We came as Romans or Jamies elsewhere you will really love this album. Buy it!

Genius

This album is very well constructed. Transitions veterans songs are very smooth and it's the kinda album you'd keep coming back to. If you like some of the samples, I would recommend getting the full album rather than picking certain songs, because it'll make the experience way better. I'd recommend this album to people who like metalcore; bands like The Devil Wears Prada or We Came As Romans. Also, if you like this album, listen to a band "Of Machines", because the drummer/ programmer is an ex-member of the disbanded band, so the albums have a similar sound.

Found and proud

I stummbled across these guys on one of my random searches for good new music on iTunes as it can pay off sometimes. This time it did in bucket loads and I'm happy to get on the wagon early! Full of grit and punch with a good blend of that "good cop, bad cop" sound that is growing ever popular. Many bands get it wrong but these don't. Intricate and well thought out patterns make this a must for fans of a dangerously predictable genre and puts them high in the category. Like this? Try sleeping with sirens for a softer yet familiar approach.

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A band whose internal struggles seemed almost as tumultuous as their music, Woe, Is Me was a metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 2009, the band made a splash in 2010 with their debut album, Number[s], which jumped to number 16 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. A second album, Genesi[s], arrived in 2012, followed by an EP, American Dream, in 2013. Despite a successful career that saw them signed to Rise Records, the band struggled to maintain a solid lineup. Their final lineup featured...
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