Brotherhood lasts forever. No matter what happens, those bonds endure in memories and moments. We Came As Romans hold a similar link betweenthem. After nearly 15 years together, countless sold out shows, critical acclaim, and over 575 million streams, the Michigan quintet - Joshua Moore[guitar], Dave Stephens [vocals], Lou Cotton [guitar], Andy Glass [bass], and David Puckett [drums] weather their darkest time and emerge stronger inthe name of a fallen brother and member: Kyle Pavone.
The group soldier ahead with a sixth full-length opus befitting of his memory. After Kyle’s death in 2018, they made a careful decision to pushforward, returning to the road with Bullet For My Valentine before gathering themselves in the studio with longtime collaborator Nick Sampson andseeking perspective from Drew Fulk [Motionless In White, Lil Peep].
We Came As Romans introduce this next chapter with a pair of singles, “Carry The Weight” and “From The First Note.” Evocative clean guitar echoesat the beginning of “Carry The Weight” before giving way to a hammering groove and cathartic screams that culminate on a hypnotic chant-one of theband’s most irresistible. Meanwhile, “From The First Note” hinges on thick guitars as it delivers a fast and furious elegy. Steamrolling forward on apunk gallop, the chorus rings out, “I can’t replace you.”
In the end, the brotherhood between We Came As Romans lives on.