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Cursed Sails

Cursed Sails Premiere First Single From Upcoming Debut Album

Cursed Sails are a four piece metalcore outfit that is made up of ex-members of Woe, Is Me, Issues and Of Machines. It seems the group just recently created their Facebook page, but they already are on the fast track to release their debut album with Rise/Velocity Records. The group will be releasing Cursed Society May 13, and less than 24 hours ago they unleashed their very first single as a band. The song is titled “Thunderbird,” and you can listen to it past the break.

If you’re concerned the group will sound like a new version of …

Woe Is Me

Woe, Is Me’s Vocalist Comments Further On Breakup

Woe, Is Me recently and abruptly announced that they would be disbanding, and even canceled their upcoming UK tour. The vocalist wrote a huge statement on the breakup, and has now written up another brief comment on the breakup. He also indicates that he’s going to work on some new material, and plans on looking for some guys to start a new band.

Check out what he had to say by taking a look below the jump. We’ll keep tabs on his, and other …

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Woe, Is Me Announce Breakup

Even from the outside perspective, this breakup couldn’t have been more predictable after all of the drama that’s come from Woe, Is Me over the past couple of years.

Although frontman Hance Allgood, does not say if that drama has directly led to the band’s decision to break up, he does share a lot in a tell-all Tumblr blog post. Included in the post was the mentioning that this does not mean the end for Allgood, nor does it mean that Woe has gone to a definitive end. Seeing as how there are still a November UK tour posted …

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EP STREAM: Woe, Is Me – ‘American Dream’

Woe, Is Me‘s American Dream EP came out earlier today (at least it did my time). To celebrate the release, the band’s label, Rise Records, put the entire EP up to stream for free. You can listen to American Dream by taking a look below the jump.

If you like what you hear, you can pick up the EP at your local Best Buy, iTunes or Best Buy’s online store.…

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STREAM: Woe, Is Me – “Restless Nights”

Woe, Is Me have revealed another single off their upcoming EP, American Dream. This specific track is actually an acoustic one, and it’s titled “Restless Nights.” You can listen to the new song by taking a look below the jump.

If you haven’t pre-ordered the EP yet, you can grab a digital copy by heading over to iTunes. If you prefer a physical copy, the album will be released exclusively through Best Buy August 20 via Rise Records.…

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STREAM: Woe, Is Me – “American Dream”

Woe, Is Me is currently streaming their new song “American Dream” featuring Danny Leal, the current frontman of Upon A Burning Body. The track is the second single to be released off the group’s upcoming EP of the same name, due out this coming Tuesday, August 20. You can catch it here after the jump.

American Dream will be the outfit’s first release since 2012′s Genesis, and the first album to not feature now ex-drummer Austin Thornton, who parted ways with the band in March due to unspecified personal differences.…

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STREAM: Woe, Is Me – “Stand Up”

Seven months after the release of Genesis, Woe, Is Me are back at it again with “Stand Up,” a track that the Atlanta-based metalcore band have been performing live on the Monster Energy Stage of the North American Vans Warped Tour.

UTG wants to know what you think of the song: how does it stack up against the group’s earlier material? At this moment, the song is unavailable for purchase, but you can follow the jump to stream the track through Spotify.…

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Woe, Is Me Announce Headlining UK Tour

Woe, Is Me have announced dates for a headlining UK tour this November. They haven’t announced who their support will be yet, but be sure to keep your eyes peeled for that update in the near future. Ticket sale dates will be announced here soon as well. Take a look below the jump for the list of dates to see if they will be hitting your city.

The band is currently in the UK and Europe, then they will embark on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Be sure to head on over to their Facebook page for a list of …

ISSUES 2013

Issues To Release Acoustic EP

Issues have confirmed in an interview with MindEqualsBlown that they will be releasing their a new acoustic EP later this year entitled Diamond Dreams.

The EP will consist of acoustic versions of songs they released on their previous EP, Black Diamonds, and will feature a completely rewritten version of “King of Amarillo.”

“We changed it to be about us instead of them [Woe, Is Me]. We used the song as a kind of hype to get the band started and now we just kind of turned it around,” said vocalist Michael Bohn.

Pick up Black Diamonds on iTunes

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Woe, Is Me Release “A Story To Tell” Music Video

Rise Records’ Woe, Is Me have released the highly-anticipated video for “A Story To Tell.”

Taken from the group’s Fall 2012 release, “A Story To Tell” showcases the ever-so-slightly softer side of Woe (aka there are more clean vocals than usual). The video is a high-action piece of video that comes complete with guns, soldiers, and all sorts of performance footage from inside areas bands wouldn’t usually perform. A small twist on a tired idea, perhaps, but it’s enjoyable even if you could care less about the music. You can view the video for “A Story To Tell” below.

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Woe, Is Me Part Ways With Drummer

Tonight Woe, Is Me have announced that they are parting ways with their drummer, Austin Thorton. According to their official statement on Facebook, the reason is due to irreconcilable musical differences. You can read the full statement from Woe, Is Me by taking a look below the jump.

So far they have not indicated when or who they will be replacing him, but we will be sure to keep our eyes peeled for that update in the near future.…

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Oh, Manhattan Announce Return; New EP Already In The Works

Previously extinct Atlanta metalcore outfit Oh, Manhattan has now returned to the land of the living, and it looks as if the band has some plans in store for the group’s old (and new) fans.

For those who didn’t know, the group was previously fronted temporarily by Woe, Is Me‘s Hance Alligood in his early days. The band essentially fell apart once Alligood moved onto WIM, but now they’re together once more and ready to take on the world.

The band has quite a few things planned for the near future, including a set at this year’s South By …