Michigan post-hardcore outfit WE CAME AS ROMANS will release its fifth album, "Cold Like War", on October 20 through SharpTone Records.
According to a press release, the disc represents adversity — in all of its various forms. It is a thrilling, energetic and immensely catchy compendium of songs that run the full gambit of emotion — aggression to sorrow, love to hate — to capture the fullest extent of the conflict and turmoil WE CAME AS ROMANS endured to make it to this point in their careers and their lives.
"'Cold Like War' is about struggle, those trials," says guitarist and songwriter Joshua Moore. "They can turn us towards each other, towards those we love, towards those who have supported us. Because the last two years to us have felt like this giant war — an internal war — to figure out the right path for our band… to figure out how to stay together and be happy again."
The video for the "Cold Like War" title track can be seen below.
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"Cold Like War" track listing:
01. Vultures With Clipped Wings 02. Cold Like War 03. Two Hands 04. Lost In The Moment 05. Foreign Fire 06. Wasted Age 07. Encoder 08. If There's Something To See (feat. Eric Vanlerberghe from I PREVAIL)
09. Promise Me 10. Learning To Survive
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