New Woe Song Online

2013-02-13 by RedTravis713 | 18 Comments
American Black metal band, Woe, are streaming their brand new song "Carried by Waves to Remorseless Shores of the Truth". The song will be featured on their new album, Withdrawal, which is set to be released on April 23 via Candlelight Records. You can hear the song here: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/14930-carried-by-waves-to-remorseless-shores-of-the-truth/
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ButtsweatAndTears
February 13th 2013
340 Comments


Wooh read it as Woe, Is Me....
Got Scared..

Inveigh
February 13th 2013
25405 Comments


their last album was awesome, stoked to hear this

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Enslaved
February 13th 2013
38 Comments


Woe, I've never heard this band.

J0ckstrapsFTW
February 13th 2013
3665 Comments


Whoa woe woe

nononsense
February 13th 2013
3440 Comments


I was gunna ask why is this band still relevant, but then I realized it wasn't Woe, Is Me. But then I realized, black metal sucks too.

So this band sucks.

TheSpirit
February 13th 2013
18043 Comments


you're retarded




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Asdfp277
February 13th 2013
1496 Comments


trollz hard

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nononsense
February 13th 2013
3440 Comments


You're retarded.

Enslaved
February 13th 2013
38 Comments


nononsense,

why don't you tell us what you listen to?

nononsense
February 13th 2013
3440 Comments


My Bloody Valentine, Bjork, This Town Needs Guns, Rush, The Weakerthans, Gaslight Anthem, Ween, Deer Tick, Shai Hulud, Misery Signals, Erra, Alexisonfire, My Morning Jacket, etc.

MoosechriS
February 13th 2013
5080 Comments


Gonna check this out, the two albums and split theyve put out have been awesome

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Ire
February 13th 2013
41845 Comments


boring band

FearThyEvil
February 13th 2013
12924 Comments


My Bloody Valentine, Bjork, This Town Needs Guns, Rush, The Weakerthans, Gaslight Anthem, Ween, Deer Tick, Shai Hulud, Misery Signals, Erra, Alexisonfire, My Morning Jacket, etc.

Your 5's tell us otherwise.

Athom
Emeritus
February 13th 2013
17240 Comments


Shit slays.

nononsense
February 13th 2013
3440 Comments


My Bloody Valentine, Bjork, This Town Needs Guns, Rush, The Weakerthans, Gaslight Anthem, Ween, Deer Tick, Shai Hulud, Misery Signals, Erra, Alexisonfire, My Morning Jacket, etc.

Your 5's tell us otherwise.

Are you retarded? I have some of those bands albums a 5, some a 4.5, some a 4. Just because I don't 5 them all doesn't mean I don't listen to them.

Ire
February 13th 2013
41845 Comments


fearthyevil bashing anyone's taste is cute

zaruyache
February 13th 2013
7866 Comments


Song was ok-good.

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
February 13th 2013
19363 Comments


band blows hard

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