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We Came As Romans surge into new, more melodic territory on their fourth studio full-length. With guidance from producer David Bendeth (Papa Roach, Paramore), the Michigan metalcore outfit collaborated alongside other songwriters in Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles. The result is a set of songs that’s as diverse and expansive as it is heavy. While the single “Who Will Pray” begins with gauzy electronics, it blooms into a sledgehammer-like anthem whose soaring chorus is echoed later in the synth-lined pop of “Savior of the Week.”

Customer Reviews

wait! what is this?

ummmmm not bad if I wanted this soft rock stuff... i was hoping for stuff like there old albums.. I cant work out to this.... Jesus.. I googled them hoping and SUPRISE a new album, I almost crapped myself. Bought without even checking it out because it is WCAR. fired up my work out playlist to start adding, neverrrminndd.

What a

Let down. This new album got wayyyy to soft for my taste.

Punk goes Romans

First impressions… I ordered this preorder. So this is after my first listen through. I enjoy the album because it has a few moments that reflect a former band who planted a seed and who spent time understanding what that seed had grown to be. Well now that they have come to this moment I find myself missing the unique lyrical style of the first two albums. They sure have a lot of lyrics in this album. A lot of lyrics that don’t say much. Some songs sound as if they could be "Punk goes pop". Though others have a good matured rendition of who the band has formerly been. All in all this album is still good and I have respect for these guys, but one thing I think is missing is what I loved about the first two albums, and even parts of the third. I used those past lyrics as a rallying cry to live and be a better me (of course that is just a personal preference), but I find it harder to do that with these songs. Also another thing… Its only 10 songs… I would have at least wished to have 12. But alas, a band that, like all bands usually do, has begun sliding into the world of commonality. All hope is not lost, as every band has there own evolution, and though I enjoyed earlier albums more, I know that this is still a fun album to listen too and worth the buy and I am sure my OPINIONS WILL SHIFT WITH REPEATED LISTENS. But my previous comments still ring true. BUY IT AND COME TO YOUR OWN CONCLUSION.


Formed: 2005 in Troy, MI

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

We Came as Romans hail from Troy, MI, an upscale Detroit suburb that gave birth to the band’s blend of post-hardcore and melodic screamo. Guitarist Joshua Moore, bassist Andy Glass, drummer Eric Choi, guitarist Lou Cotton, and vocalists David Stephens and Kyle Pavone headlined shows in the Michigan area before graduating to the national circuit, where they opened shows for the likes of Our Last Night, Gwen Stacy, and The Number Twelve Looks Like You. We Came as Romans took time off in September 2008...
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