As always, hearing a new Woe song made me re-listen to Oh, Manhattan. Seriously, one of my favorite post-hardcore records - Hance's screams are Keith Buckley-esque, and I love the way his cleans sound on that album.
Is this Hance's old band? If so then wow. This song and band in general need all Hance and none of that other screamer but I guess having only five members in their band is too little of a number for them. Hehe
This album went from being highly anticipated to not at all for me. I don't get why it was such a huge deal that members left W,IM that it caused the new members to latch on and talk all this shit. I mean, if Tyler and Michael never left then Hance and Doriano technically wouldn't have a job in such a well-known job so shouldn't they be happy?...This is all likely Austin's mastermind, who's pinning himself to be be quite the douche after all this. All these lyrics are doing is building up hate amoung very impressionable teens against a SPECIFIC person rather than the general ambiguity usually used within this scene. Finally, why do they keep on singing about [ex W,IM members] talking shit? Besides on King Of Armadillo it seems like they don't really give a shit.