Woe, "Quietly, Undramatically"

Philadelphia's Woe have released their second full length album, Quietly, Undramatically, on Candlelight Records.  Their first LP, A Spell for the Death of Man, was one of the great surprises of 2008, so this one has been awaited fairly anxiously. I've not heard it yet, but the reviews from across the interwebs, and from some people I know who have heard the advance, are unanimously very, very positive.  This is the first Woe release as a fully-functioning band (featuring members of Absu, Woods of Ypres, and others)  - the earlier stuff features just Chris Grigg. The inclusion of other members of the band can spell only great things for Woe. Out on CD now, maybe (?) vinyl later.

If you don't know the band (shame on you), you can check em out here.  But take my word for it - you won't regret supporting this band. Solid, honest guys who work hard, make excellent black metal, and deserve your support.  You can also check out a free show at Kung Fu Necktie (with Krieg) in Philly on October 28th to show your support as well. Definitely see them if they come to your town.

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