9 thoughts on “ Giving Up - Wear Your Wounds - WYW (CD, Album) ”

  1. The album was originally planned to be a double album titled Wear Your Wounds released by Icarus Records an imprint label of Bannon's label Deathwish. [2] [3] In January , Bannon's solo recordings were said to have been in the editing and mixing process, [4] and it was believed there would be multiple releases which would include the Wear Genre: Post-rock.
  2. 9 rows · Dec 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wear Your /5(40).
  3. Wear Your Wounds Releases Listen/Buy. Indie LP “RUst ON The Gates of Heaven” Album “Shrinking Violet” MuSIC VIdeo “Rust on the Gates of Heaven” MUSIC VIDEO. Deathwish Exclusive - Limited to WYW Exclusive - Limited to Indie Exclusive - Limited to White in Green - Limited to CD. Cassette "ROTGOH" White.
  4. Wear Your Wounds is the product of years of Lo-fi solo recordings by Converge founder Jacob Bannon. On this release he is joined by guest musicians Kurt Ballou (Converge), Mike McKenzie (The Red Chord, Stomach Earth, Unraveller), Chris Maggio (Sleigh Bells, Trap Them, Coliseum), and Sean Martin (Hatebreed, Cage, Kid Cudi, Twitching Tongues)/5(11).
  5. Wear Your Wounds is the product of years of Lo-fi solo recordings by Converge founder Jacob Bannon. On this release he is joined by guest musicians Kurt Ballou (Converge), Mike McKenzie (The Red Chord, Stomach Earth, Unraveller), Chris Maggio (Sleigh Bells, Trap Them, Coliseum), and Sean Martin (Hatebreed, Cage, Kid Cudi, Twitching Tongues).
  6. Apr 07,  · Wear Your Wounds Lyrics: Your scars tell the story / Remind you of who you've been / You've worn those wounds / To hell and back again / My scars tell the story / Remind me of who I am / I'll wear.
  7. Wear Your Wounds is the ongoing solo project from Jacob Bannon of Converge based around lo-fi recordings. Gathering players such as Kurt Ballou and members of The Red Chord, Sleigh Bells, and Hatebreed to contribute. Heavily influenced by Sparklehorse and Songs: Ohia WYW is a very different direction to Converge and pushes into post-rock and multi-layered instrumentation.
  8. Opener "Wear Your Wounds" is a heavy, post-metal crawl, bringing to mind the more melodic side of Neurosis while its follow-up, "Giving Up," plods along via a bouncing piano riff before a rush of percussion and effect-laden guitars swoop in, bringing the song to its noisy conclusion.
  9. Wear Your Wounds. Essex, Massachusetts. J. Bannon Mike McKenzie Sean Martin Adam McGrath Chris Maggio.

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