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Wovenwar's popularity is steadily rising. After a blow of fate, the band managed to reinvent itself with a new album and accompanying tour, and prove that their potential, expertise and experience still appear to metal fans everywhere. So make sure you grab some Wovenwar tickers as they began touring at the time of the album's release, and haven't let up since.
There are plenty of chances to get Wovenwar tickets. They plan to perform in Paris, France at Le Backstage By The Mill. Next, they'll head to Patronaat in Haarlem, Netherlands, followed by Biebob in Vosselaar, Belgium. They'll then head to Germany, where they have several scheduled shows, including Strom Linienclub in Munich. After Germany, they'll make stops at KiFF (Aarau, Switzerland), Factory in Milano, Italy, and Szene Vienna in Austria. Then they'll head back to Germany, to play at Magnet in Berlin and Logo in Hamburg. Their UK stops include Rock City Basement in Nottingham, Sound Control in Manchester, The Underworld in London, Bristol Exchange in Bristol, and King Tuts in Glasgow.
Wovenwar was not always Wovenwar. The band was originally called As I Lay Dying. As I Lay Dying had plenty of success: several releases performed well on the Billboard 200, and they toured with the likes of Slipknot and Slayer. After breaking with their former lead singer, the other band members wanted a fresh start, and they now have an interesting mission statement. Nick Hipa says that the meaning behind their name has to do with people being born pure, and the capability of negative influences like hate and war being woven into people as they grow. He maintains that people can chose to have other characteristics woven into them and can choose those characteristics accordingly.
It's impossible to discuss the band without mentioning their history with the infamous American band As I Lay Dying . At the beginning of 2012, after As I Lay Dying released the excellent album Awakened, the band became known not through their music, but through the dark path vocalist Tim Lambesis found himself. The band, based in San Diego, California, then reformed as Wovenwar. It consists of vocalist Shane Blay, Nick Hipa and Phil Sgrosso on guitar, Bassist Josh Gilbert, and Jordan Mancino on drums.
Their debut album, Wovenwar officially announced their arrival. It appealed to loyal fans, as well as those unfamiliar with As I Lay Dying. It allowed the band to continue where they left off, on their own terms.
"Wovenwar" includes the group's very first single, "All Rise". "Prophets", "The Mason", and "Tempest" are other notable singles.
The band's set is full of energy -- their style is rock, after all. Their catchy beats and elaborate guitar solos make them a fan favourite, and fans scramble to get Wovenwar tickets whenever they can. The performance itself is pretty straightforward; there's not a lot of talking between songs. It's a relaxed atmosphere, with the majority of the audience opting to stand. Throughout their shows, the band tends to deliver a very nice airy feeling, with clear and smooth production. Although their musical genre is rough, their guitar play is never too violent, but is actually very present, rhythmic and efficient."
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