We Came As Romans: 6/8/2017

We Came As Romans formed in Michigan in 2005 after one name change and multiple lineup changes. The current lineup is Dave Stephens, Kyle Pavone, Joshua Moore, Lou Cotton, and Andy Glass. The band is considered to be post hardcore and metal-core. The band’s lyrics give off a positive vibe talking about purpose, hope, brotherhood, and morality. Over the years the band has changed styles towards an alternative metal sound that is more “Radio friendly.” The band is releasing their fifth studio album this year called Wasted Age.

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The bands opening for We Came As Romans (WCAR) were Tetelestai, Sleep Monroe, Unborn Society, American Sin, and I See Stars. Each band got the crowd excited for WCAR to take the stage. After I See Stars left the stage, it was a waiting game for WCAR to step onto it. WCAR opened up their set with “Tracing Back Roots” and “Ghosts” from the album Tracing Back Roots. The band was able to get away with playing older songs off the album To Plant A Seed and Tracing Back Roots because they have played in Rochester, New York a lot over the years. WCAR also played their latest single called “Wasted Age” to give the crowd a taste of the new album set to be released this year.

  1. Tracing Back Roots
  2.  Ghosts
  3. Tear It Down
  4. Fade Away
  5. Regenerate
  6. Wasted Age
  7. Present, Future, and Past
  8. Mis//Understanding
  9. To Move On Is to Grow
  10. Who Will Pray
  11. Road’s That Don’t Come to an end and Views That Never Cease
  12. Broken Statues
  13. To Plant A Seed
  14. The World I Used To Know
  15. (ENCORE) Hope

 

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