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Woe Is Me

Genesi[s]

Rise 700430

Released on November 20, 2012

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Since the release of their 2010 debut; Woe Is Me has hit the ground running and shown no sign of slowing down! Selling over 40,000 albums in that short period of time, they have a healthy fan base who is chomping at the bit for the bands next release. They've also been busy relentlessly touring the US with the likes of Of Mice & Men, We Came As Romans, Attack Attack! as well as a stint on the Vans Warped tour. The band’s accomplishments in the last year have been nothing short of noteworthy, and with the release of their follow up record "Genesi[s]" the band looks to not just keep the momentum going, but to excel things to the next level. Genesi[s] is truly a rebirth. It’s the beginning of something new, something of vital importance to the modern music scene that carries with it a message of consequence. In Woe Is Me, the sludgy, aggressive bottom end of vintage nu-metal collides with modern breakdowns and electronic-enhanced atmosphere, alongside the melodic sing-a-long anthem style of A Day To Remember and the arresting emotional ferocity of screamo standard-bearers like The Used and My Chemical Romance; all with a powerful new twist. Woe Is Me works hard to craft the type of songs that will connect with people in deep and meaningful ways; the type of songs found all over Genesi[s]. When the band looks out in the crowd and sees people screaming the words back at them, they know they’ve accomplished something bigger than themselves.

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2 F.Y.I.  0%
3 A Story To Tell  0%
4 With Our Friend[s] Behind Us  0%
5 Nothing Left To Lose  0%
6 The Walking Dead  0%
7 I Came, I Saw, I Conquered  0%
8 Call It Like You See It  0%
9 I Told You Once  0%
10 Family First  0%
11 Nothing Left To Lose (acoustic)  0%
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