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We Came As Romans


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Troy, Detroit MI, United States (2005 – present)

We Came As Romans is a post-hardcore/metalcore band formed in 2005. Hailing from Troy, Michigan, We Came As Romans are pushing the envelope, combining influences such as the intertwined singing/screaming vocals of Underoath, the theatrical, orchestra-infused metal of Chiodos, the crushing breakdowns of The Devil Wears Prada and the positive lyrics of August Burns Red on their debut Equal Vision release, To Plant a Seed. Their second album, Understanding What We’ve Grown to Be, released in September 2011 featured a darker tone than their previous album while still maintaining the band’s overall theme of positivity and brotherhood. They announced that they will be releasing their third album titled Tracing Back Roots on July 23, 2013.

Signed to Equal Vision Records (announced April 16th) after being named Alternative Press’ “Best Unsigned Band” early 2009.

Dave Stephens – Vocals
Kyle Pavone – Vocals/Synth
Joshua Moore - Guitar
Lou Cotton – Guitar
Andy Glass – Bass
Eric J. Choi – Drums


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  • Lights-of-Girl

    Die Musik von We Came As Romans ist einfach klasse. Ich mag diese Band sehr :)

    17 Dec 12:44pm Reply
  • TDcore

    You that I think about it, this band really did help change my life. I used to be pessimistic, angry etc. about everything. I used to gladly support the Army and I thought peace was a jip. But thanks to a lot of stuff that's happened in my life and bands like this and Enter Shikari, Architects etc. I've become a completely different person. So thanks for waking me up to reality WCAR. Love you guys. :)

    2 Dec 9:00pm Reply
  • dAziks

    UWWGTB is way ahead anything they released before/after.

    25 Nov 3:32pm Reply
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  • Youko_o

    "Just lock at OM&M and BMTH. They aren't better with their new albums." That's REALLY funny. [2]

    19 Nov 2:31am Reply
  • SXR85G

    very sad what happened to WCAR after UWWGTB. Since Taylor Swift cover I think about to banish WCAR from my library (2590 times scrobbled)

    18 Nov 11:58pm Reply
  • Zanderich

    not screamo

    15 Nov 7:28pm Reply
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  • TDcore

    Took a break from these guys for awhile, so happy to be back. Such a great band. <3

    23 Oct 7:01pm Reply
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  • casthefirstone

    Their version of "I Knew You Were Trouble" is epic :D I love it! ♥

    17 Oct 7:24pm Reply
  • bluesoul00

    and i must say that their best song is to plant a seed

    16 Oct 12:29pm Reply
  • Szamot97

    Taylor Swift cover is awesome.

    14 Oct 3:27pm Reply
  • kateyzee

    Did anyone else hear their Taylor Swift cover? there's something about it that just rubs me the wrong way. It's odd.

    13 Oct 3:40pm Reply
  • mizi303

    They've matured quite a bit on Tracing Back Roots. Awesome!

    5 Oct 8:46pm Reply
  • TDcore

    "Just lock at OM&M and BMTH. They aren't better with their new albums." That's REALLY funny.

    4 Oct 10:09pm Reply
  • Ivar91

    To Plant A Seed is a perfect album. Those hooks and those guitars. Love it. Their strongest album to date

    3 Oct 4:48pm Reply
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