Woe, Is Me – Number[s] Review


Woe, Is Me – Number[s]

Release Date: August 31, 2010


Track List:

1. On Veiled Men

2. [&] Delinquents

3. Mannequin Religion

4. Keep Your Enemies Close

5. Hell Or High Water

6. For The Likes Of You

7. I.

8. Our Number[s]

9. If Not, For Ourselves

10. Desolate [The Conductor]

Woe, Is Me is an American, 7-piece metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia, who are signed to Rise Records and Velocity Records.  First off; seven members might sound like a bit much, but in WIM’s case, it is a heavenly combination.  This band is making big time waves on the hardcore scene right now.  They played their first show after they were signed to a record label, and that is something that not many bands have done.  Number[s] is an amazing start for these guys, seeing as all the songs on this disc seem to blend together perfectly.  Austin Thornton (drums) throws down amazing breakdowns for this band.  However, the first thing you will notice about this band is Tyler Carter.  This kid is the next Jonny Craig, but I believe he is better already than Craig.  His lyrics are very well formed, and each line builds on the songs story so well that by the end of each song, you wish it would keep going.  His R&B style is very similar to Craig as well, but I don’t think Jonny has a problem with it, as he does guest vocals on this album.  Watch for this band to come to your town, they are worth seeing, as they are sure to put on a great show.  Pick up this album, you won’t regret it.

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