Execution Day Release New Single “Woe”

Formed just outside of Pittsburgh, Execution Day is a quartet that delivers a unique form of modern metalcore that is noticeably their own. This was first evident on their viral cover of Logic’s hit “1-800-273-8255“. Today, the group is back with a new single and music video called “Woe.”

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When “Woe” starts, you think you’re in for a standard pop rock anthem, but the dynamic track takes a dramatic left turn as it dives into guttural vocals and crowd-killing riffs before it spins back around with the soaring hook. The song is about overcoming struggles with depression and anxiety, and is a reflection of the band’s own personal experiences.

The first line of the chorus, ‘it’s hard to see the sun through the rain’ sums up the song pretty well,” says vocalist Dylan Dively. “Sometimes with everything going on in life the bad over shadows the good, and it’s something that we all need to over come and conquer.

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