What We Call Victory
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Washington, DC metal band What We Call Victory has issued an update from the road, on their "She Needs It" tour, including a couple of videos (below). Here's what they had to say:
"We just want to let you know that the southern states have been treating us quite nicely. It sure will be hard to leave them behind in one week. Big shout out to the south!!! Please keep checking in for updates, videos, and pictures from our trip!"
As previously reported, What We Call Victory recently completed their latest album, "The Learning Curve," which should be released soon.
What We Call Victory has completed their latest album, "The Learning Curve" and posted a new single, entitled "Gabriel's Horn." The album was mastered by Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me) and should be available online soon.
What We Call Victory is wrapping up the mixing of their new album and issued the following update:
"Our second and awesome experience in the studio (Tragic Recordings!) is coming to an end, as the final mixing and editing is finished in about two more sessions. Incase you have not yet heard, our music will be mastered by Jamie King (Between the Buried and Me!) and will be available (at least in digital format) next month. Thank you to those that were good enough to help us out with things such as vocals, artwork, merch, and booking.
"For a music group that does things a bit differently and seemed to always get overlooked in the past.... we've had the best year and a half, while making some amazing friends."
The band has also posted the concepts and lyrics to the songs off this album in a MySpace blog here.
What We Call Victory has issued a short update on their new album and the chance join in on the gang vocals. Here are the importart parts:
"It looks like the new album will be ready a little after the start of the school season. You´ll soon by bumpin and jumpin to some of that stock & unoriginal metal you love dearly.
"If you'd like to participate in doing gang vocals on this recording in the months of Jan. and/or Feb.... Please get in touch with us!! We want our friends to be a part of it."
Maryland metal band What We Call Victory has posted an update and album teaser on their MySpace player. Here's what they had to say about it:
"We are now so close to completing this thing. I can taste it! Hope you enjoy the little preview! Thanks for being so patient!"
What We Call Victory has begun recording their new album and issued the following updates:
"We are having a blast recording the new upcoming album. Drums and bass are already tracked and good to go! Please be on the lookout for a few more short vids everynight. These short vids will be in our VIDEOS SECTION!!
"Not to worry though, a long-legnth video will be posted as we near the end of all tracking so that you can see all of it. Let just say that Ashley of Tragic Recordings (Recorded our first E.P.) is doing a swell job capturing us and helping us out with EVERYTHING."
The band has a number of shows lined up. Here are the latest:
Dec 4, 2009 @ 4:00P - Xtreme Xmas Xtravaganza III Mount Airy, Maryland
Dec 11, 2009 @ 7:00P - Boardz, Southampton, Pennsylvania
Dec 28, 2009 @ 3:30P - Mount Airy Firehall, Mount Airy, Maryland
Feb 26, 2010 @ 5:00P - New Market Grange, New Market, Maryland
Jun 26, 2010 @ 1:00P - House Show, Conowingo, Maryland
Here's the latest studio clip from MySpace:
WHAT WE CALL VICTORY has issue a statement via their Myspace blog, regarding the beginning of recording sessions for their new album. The band says that they will be recording for a minimum of 3 months, and plan to release their new album sometime thereafter. Although they have not set a solid release date for their new album, they encourage fans to look for it in the near future. After the release of the album, the band plans to tour in support of record sales.