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Come What May

Come What May

Come What May


There are at least three artists with this name. 1) Since the band's inception in the Spring of 2009, Come What May has been unmatched in growing their musicianship and punishing live show to a level comparable to internationally touring acts. With music ranging from highly intricate, aggressive sections, to incredibly accessible and melodic passages, the band has displayed a level of musicianship that many groups are unable to achieve in their careers. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least three artists with this name. 1) Since the band's inception in the Spring of 2009, Come What May has been unmatched in growing their musicianship and punishing live show to a level comparable to internationally touring acts. With music ranging from highly intricate, aggressive sections, to incredibly accessible and melodic passages, the band has displayed a level of musicianship that many groups are unable to achieve in their careers. Come What May has booked two successful tours of the Southeast and recorded two EPs. In March 2012, the band went to The Sound Barn in North Carolina to record their debut full-length "Strange Dialect," which was released on June 12th.

Come What May has displayed incredible maturity and drive with no signs of slowing or stopping the group's collective potential. The members involved take immense pride in promoting a positive message and innovation of their craft. It is this unmatched passion and drive that have elevated the group to its position as one of the hardest-hitting rock bands in the Southeastern United States today. 2) An experimental emo band from Mount Morris, Illinois. Their music was somewhat similar to Antioch Arrow’s album “Gems of Masochism” - hypnotic, claustrophobic and nervous, with a dark edge to it.

They got together sometime in mid 2000 and later broke up/got together an unknown number of times, before disappearing from the public eye for good. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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