To Plant a Seed

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All Music Guide - Andrew Leahey
To Plant a Seed, the first full-length release by We Came as Romans, is a hardcore album with a twist. In addition to the expected guttural vocals, double kickdrum thunder, and heavy guitar riffage, the band devotes ample time to melody, with co-vocalist Kyle Pavone adding some crooning relief to the mix. Pavone also plays piano, and the band laces its minor-key anthems with symphonic instruments, including violin, cello, and orchestral percussion. Those looking to bang their head will still find plenty of traditional hardcore elements here, particularly the horror-movie screaming of frontman Dave Stevens, but To Plant a Seed is more concerned with establishing the band's...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Andrew Leahey
To Plant a Seed, the first full-length release by We Came as Romans, is a hardcore album with a twist. In addition to the expected guttural vocals, double kickdrum thunder, and heavy guitar riffage, the band devotes ample time to melody, with co-vocalist Kyle Pavone adding some crooning relief to the mix. Pavone also plays piano, and the band laces its minor-key anthems with symphonic instruments, including violin, cello, and orchestral percussion. Those looking to bang their head will still find plenty of traditional hardcore elements here, particularly the horror-movie screaming of frontman Dave Stevens, but To Plant a Seed is more concerned with establishing the band's unique identity.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/3/2009
  • Label: Equal Vision Records
  • UPC: 794558017428
  • Catalog Number: 80174
  • Sales rank: 32,530

Album Credits

Performance Credits
We Came as Romans Primary Artist
David Stephens Vocals
David Stephens Vocals
Joey Sturgis Keyboards
Andy Glass Bass, Vocals
Joshua Moore Guitar
Technical Credits
David Stephens Composer, Lyricist
Paul Romano Artwork, Art Direction
David Stephens Composer, Lyricist
Joey Sturgis Programming, Producer, Engineer, Mastering
We Came as Romans Composer
Joshua Moore Composer, Lyricist
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  • Posted July 12, 2011

    christian rock!

    this is pretty much the best christian scream band out there.is there really anything else to explain? Great for teens who want extreme music without content.

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