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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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  • IBurnedAllShit

    If you like WCaR check For All Eternity

    15 Sep 1:09pm Reply
  • SXR85G

    yes bro same opinion. TBR have some rhythmic songs but is not metalcore anymore. I miss the harder symphonic progressive sound from UWWGTB. Just lock at OM&M and BMTH. They aren't better with their new albums.

    10 Sep 3:40pm Reply
  • PastSanctuary

    i don't dislike TBR for that reason. the other two albums had interesting hooks and a couple good riffs. i may like Fade Away a lot, but the other songs on it just seem bland. I Am Free is probably the best example of this.

    7 Sep 10:36pm Reply
  • TDcore

    To Plant A Seed > Tracing Back Roots > Understanding What We've Grown To Be. People need to stop pretending TBR wasn't a good album. Just because they minimalized the uncleans doesn't make it bad. There's no good reason not to like this album.

    2 Sep 5:36am Reply
  • RiasPure

    This band used to be so horrendous live but I saw them earlier this year and I was very pleasantly surprised at their improvement. Not perfect by any means, but definitely enjoyable instead of just sounding like nails on a chalkboard.

    1 Sep 6:39pm Reply
  • Iceman893

    Their first two Albums are AWESOME!! But they newest one just sucks ... I regret spending money on it.

    26 Aug 3:17pm Reply
  • Nyappybunny

    Fade away <3

    28 Jul 5:10pm Reply
  • njdekroon90

    Love We Came As Romans? seriously check these guys out! You won't regret it! - Pay what you wish or free! -

    11 Jul 3:14pm Reply
  • ikhlasmulla

    A War inside is their best song ever

    11 Jul 3:45am Reply
  • e6eeeff320e2fbf

    Hope <3

    22 Jun 7:25am Reply
  • NightHuntressXx

    These guys did an awesome acoustic show in dublin yesterday, great guys :)

    19 Jun 12:49pm Reply
  • R-e-s-i-n

    Хм, а неплохо. Вроде~

    13 Jun 11:39pm Reply
  • Entripy777

    bayharbour: Reawaken, Metalcore from Australia

    13 May 11:07pm Reply
  • sunjay140

    They would be better without the generic cleans.

    13 May 2:06am Reply
  • bobo9390

    The word just takes on an insulting connotation amongst those who heavily respect the traditions of certain genres, whether it be punk, hard rock, or any of metal's various subgenres. There's two sides to that debate.

    25 Apr 7:03am Reply
  • bobo9390

    "New genre: Hipster dancecore" I don't disapprove of this. Whenever the word "hipster" gets attached to a band's genre, you know they're at the very least innovative. That word is typically reserved for bands that ignore and disrespect traditions and standards of their genres, which is how progress happens.

    25 Apr 7:01am Reply
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  • Gloczek

    They finally improved their vocals

    10 Apr 9:11pm Reply
  • HeavenDuff

    New genre: Hipster dancecore

    4 Apr 3:58am Reply
  • Dylan1195

    On some websites that have their biography it says Kyle provided unclean vocals for new album, was that a typo or is it true. I only hear Dave's uncleans

    1 Apr 12:43pm Reply
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