We Came As Romans : The HardDrive Live Tour
Like Moths To Flames, Red Sun Rising, Engraved In Armor
Sunday, Oct 25, 2015 7:30 PM PDT
(6:30 PM Doors)
Senator Theatre, Chico, CA
Due to unforseen circumstances the WCAR show at the Senator Theatre is canceled. Refunds are available at place of purchase.
We Came As Romans will release their highly anticipated, fourth full-length album on July 24, 2015 via Equal Vision Records. The self-titled release was recorded with multi-platinum award winning producer David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore, Of Mice and Men). Internationally, We Came As Romans will be released in partnership with Spinefarm Records. On the new album, the Detroit-based band confidently shows off a newfound sense of maturity, honesty, depth, and a balanced understanding of the world around them, through the intense juxtaposition of the beauty and harsh injustices of growing up and experiencing life for all that it is. We Came As Romans have not only found themselves on the new album, but they’ve found each other and have banded together to take on the world around them – with a massive and dedicated army of fans in tow.
”This record closes a chapter for our band,” shares vocalist Dave Stephens. “We’re not going anywhere, but we view things differently and we’re much older than we were when we wrote our debut record, To Plant a Seed , which started our story. As the man on the album cover suggests, we’re now grown men and we’re not blessed with the innocence or the youthful spirit of a child as we once had. Living life with hope for things to change isn’t a bad thing, but we’d rather speak up and start taking action towards it.” Written in New Jersey, New York City, Detroit, Los Angeles, and Nashville over the course of several months and countless sessions, We Came As Romans offers the band’s most dynamic tracks to date, with a mix of arena-ready anthems (“The World I Used To Know“, Memories”, “Who Will Pray?”), their hardest hitting work ever (“Regenerate“, “Tear It Down”), and several songs that showcase the band in a truly unexpected and refreshing light (“12:30”, “Savior Of The Week”).