Wear Your Wounds - WYW download mp3 album
Wear Your Wounds – WYW. Label: Deathwish – DW084v. 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).
Wear Your Wounds was created by Converge founder Jacob Bannon. CommunitySee All. 6,583 people like this. 6,654 people follow this. AboutSee All. Contact Wear Your Wounds on Messenger. Wear Your Wounds "Rust on the Gates of Heaven" 2XLP. A photo showing some details of the vinyl version of the album. Photo via Caleb Gowett. Hand calligraphy by Yıldırım Bayazıt Yaylak Photography by Florian Gerbaud Design by non. com) White in Transparent Green (common color) Black (common color).
Dunedevil by Wear Your Wounds, released 19 May 2017 1. Invitation 2. Great White 3. Insects 4. Outsiders 5. Relic 6. Steps 7. Be Still My Heart For one week J. Bannon resided in the C-Scape Dune Shack (formerly known as the Cohen Shack) within the Peaked Hill Bars National Register Historical District in Provincetown, Massachusetts. This primitive environment inspired an outpouring of abstract mixed media work, photography, and music. The visual material from the experience is presented as Dunedevil by J. Bannon . These recordings are presented as Dunedevil, an experimental album from Wear Your Wounds. The release is meant to be an experimental musical companion piece to the J. Bannon Dunedevil art book.
Wear Your Wounds is the product of years of Lo-fi solo recordings by Converge founder Jacob Bannon.
Album WYW. Goodbye Old Friend Lyrics. My friend I see you on the edge I’ll wait for you here I’ll do my best to be the man that you said I hope I see you again I’ll do my best to be the man that you said I hope I see you again We will survive But it will take time I’ll wait just beyond. 2. Giving Up. 3. Iron Rose.
The vast majority of WYW is essentially channelled through a slow-burning, low-fi style which is mostly influenced by post-rock. Even with the heavier nature of the self-titled album opener, there's still a strong, lulling charm which is thoroughly dreamlike and gentle. Unfortunately, after the faint promise of the album opener, the rest of the album merely relies on the same tried-and-tested technique but never reaches such a memorable peak of songwriting prowess. Songs such as "Giving Up", "Hard Road to Heaven" and "Fog" feature a strong focus on piano-led.
Taken from "WYW", the debut album from Wear Your Wounds, in stores April 7th via Deathwish Inc. Together they have created a powerful album that is unlike anything they have ever individually worked on. The album is contains ten emotional songs.