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Woe, Is Me is metal straight to the core! Rocking audiences with songs "For the Likes of You" and "Keep Your Enemies Close," the metalcore group keeps audiences on their toes and head a bangin'. Purchase your Woe, Is Me concert tickets now!
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Woe, Is Me Concert Tickets

Metalcore is one of the newest genres of music to emerge over the last few years, and the band Woe, Is Me, is helping lead the charge. Since forming in 2009, the Atlanta-based band has been quickly gaining a loyal fan following, many of whom lineup to get Woe, Is Me tickets.

Metalcore, which is a unique blend of extreme metal and hardcore punk, is unlike few other genres to hit the scene. Woe, Is Me got its start when Austin Thorton, the former drummer from Of Machines, formed the band. Soon after forming, Thorton and the band released its debut album, 2010's Number[s].

Number[s] was substantial hit in the niche metalcore circles and included a number of popular hits such as "For the Likes of You" and "Keep Your Enemies Close." Though it only saw success in a small groups, it set the path for future hits.

In the years after Number[s], Woe, Is Me has seen a number of different members come and go, but one thing has remained - its considerable talent and performing power.