WE CAME AS ROMANS Releases New Song 'Wasted Age'

WE CAME AS ROMANS Releases New Song 'Wasted Age'

WE CAME AS ROMANS, newly signed to SharpTone Records, has dropped the brand new song "Wasted Age". The track, which is available for streaming and download at all DSPs, can be heard below.

"When we got together and wrote 'Wasted Age', we realized it was a snapshot of what we've been through and are still going through as a band," WE CAME AS ROMANS said about the song. "We are eager to play this every night on the 'Unbreakable' tour with PARKWAY DRIVE. This one is for our fans who continue to support us. Thank you."

As noted, WE CAME AS ROMANS will also spend their fall on the road, touring with PARKWAY DRIVE. The tour runs through October. The band has also booked additional dates with COUNTERPARTS and FIRE FROM THE GODS.

WE CAME AS ROMANS recently parted ways with drummer Eric Choi. About his departure, the band said, "We've thoroughly enjoyed the ten years we've spent with Eric in this band and the countless memories we've made together. He is an extremely talented musician and a great person, but life happens and we're all torn in different ways as we grow older. Eric has chosen to pursue a different future than we have, and as someone we respect and deeply care for, we need to allow him to live his life. The band will continue on and Eric will be successful in whatever he chooses to do and we only wish him the best."

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WE CAME AS ROMANS' latest, self-titled album was released in July 2015 via Equal Vision Records. The CD was recorded with producer David Bendeth, who has previously worked with BRING ME THE HORIZON, PARAMORE and OF MICE & MEN.


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