We Came As Romans share new single

2017-09-14 by SteakByrnes | 27 Comments
Metalcore band turned radio rock band reverted back to metalcore band We Came As Romans released a new song titled 'Cold Like War', which is a clear return to their metalcore sound rather than a continuation of their experimentation with a more radio friendly approach. This single is to be on their upcoming album, also titled "Cold Like War", and the album is out on October 20th.

Listen to the new song here:


Tagged: We Came As Romans

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brettgoespunk
September 14th 2017
242 Comments


sick song

sempiturtle
September 14th 2017
1464 Comments


It's alright, better than the last album for sure.

SteakByrnes
September 14th 2017
12647 Comments


Much better than anything off of their last album, I'm kinda looking forward to the album now

Digging: ERRA - Neon

NastyCrab
September 14th 2017
741 Comments


"Metalcore band turned radio rock band reverted back to metalcore band"
Top 10 signs you need to stop being a band

FearThyEvil
September 14th 2017
16042 Comments


bands entire discography is like a 1.5 and this is basically on par.

Clegane
September 14th 2017
219 Comments


there's no reason for this kind of music to still exist.

outliers
September 14th 2017
261 Comments


these guys are the embodiment of all the crappy metalcore you listened to when you were 16

bloc
September 14th 2017
51299 Comments


Not a bad song, but I will forget it in 5 minutes

Digging: Psychotic Waltz - Bleeding

Sinternet
September 14th 2017
16920 Comments


'these guys are the embodiment of all the crappy metalcore you listened to when you were 16'

this so much to the point they were my first ever concert when i was 16, still like a few of their tracks though, this ain't bad and way better than their last album

Digging: Rise Against - The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol. 1

Durrzo
September 14th 2017
1574 Comments


Not a terrible song, but it is extremely basic and forgettable.

Gameofmetal
Staff Reviewer
September 14th 2017
10308 Comments


i respect the effort to bounce back to their "roots" (I guess???) with this but it's just super bland. the whole thing reeks of needing that one extra step to make any of the individual components interesting.

SteakByrnes
September 14th 2017
12647 Comments


I'm more so glad that they stepped away from what they were doing on the last album, because that last album was just abysmal

sempiturtle
September 14th 2017
1464 Comments


These lyrics are basically about how shit their last album was lul

Bigpapad
September 14th 2017
338 Comments


I saw these guys live back in like 2009 with a lineup of other shitty metalcore artists. The concerts were fun but man have I outgrown the music.

SteakByrnes
September 14th 2017
12647 Comments


I'll always have a soft spot for these guys because their EP in 2008 was my intro to metalcore, even if they honestly aren't too great. Their first two albums are still good to me tho

ZodiacalWolf
September 15th 2017
189 Comments


Not a terrible song, but it is extremely basic and forgettable. [2]

ajcollins15
September 15th 2017
34 Comments


I mean it's metalcore...it's like every metalcore song that has come out in the last 10 years! It's not bad but it's not changing the game or anything! The refrain is also annoying as fuck

Danred97
September 15th 2017
1809 Comments


It would be much better without those cleans. Doesn't fit the rest of the song at all.

Shamus248
September 15th 2017
371 Comments


holy fuck this is good..welcome back WCAR

iGuter
September 15th 2017
410 Comments


It's just a new, fun, but safe metal core song that comes from every melodic hardcore band, but when it hits the right nerve you can forgive its shortcomings.

Storm In A Teacup
September 15th 2017
23764 Comments


this is the first bad single they've ever put out. wtf lol

SexualManChocolate
September 18th 2017
235 Comments


Chill out people. WCAR never abandoned their sound. There were plenty of tracks on their last album that were still rooted. Regenerate is probably one of their best songs ever.

SteakByrnes
September 18th 2017
12647 Comments


"never abandoned their sound"

80% of the self titled album was radio rock/pop shit but ok, and even the songs that weren't were pretty shit

SexualManChocolate
September 19th 2017
235 Comments


yeah, because their last album really jeopardized their reputation lol

DyingAtheist
September 19th 2017
191 Comments


And quality of music always directly impacts reputation and popularity, right?

LosProfetas
September 19th 2017
71 Comments


This song is super meh to me. The chorus reminds me of classic WCAR but the verses have this weird Beartooth vibe that I'm not really digging. I'd love it if they went back to their UWWGTB sound.

SteakByrnes
September 19th 2017
12647 Comments


"I'd love it if they went back to their UWWGTB sound"

This times infinity



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