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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

We Sold Out As Romans

Another band in this genre becoming "radio-friendly".

What happened

To the band I used to know
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Not good

I'm all up for change, as WCAR's last album was very different, and I enjoyed the majority of Tracing Back Roots. This album however, they seem to have completely abandoned their creative nature and are pushing full force for mainstream radio exposure and money.


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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