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What Wishes Can't Mend

What Wishes Can't Mend

What Wishes Can't Mend


From the ashes of Domain (with some lineup changes mainly the introduction of new lead singer Corey Digiacomo) came What Wishes Can't Mend in 1998 based out of West Palm Beach. They played a furious blend of emotional metal and hardcore comparable to those of the signature Florida metalcore sound that would soon become popular with the likes of Poison the Well and Remembering Never yet never incorporating overly redundant chugging mosh parts. Instead they favored a noisier approach to being heavy, loud and melodic. Read more on Last.fm
From the ashes of Domain (with some lineup changes mainly the introduction of new lead singer Corey Digiacomo) came What Wishes Can't Mend in 1998 based out of West Palm Beach. They played a furious blend of emotional metal and hardcore comparable to those of the signature Florida metalcore sound that would soon become popular with the likes of Poison the Well and Remembering Never yet never incorporating overly redundant chugging mosh parts. Instead they favored a noisier approach to being heavy, loud and melodic. Unfortunately, they never really got the recognition a lot of people felt they deserved because of their lack of ability to tour due to Corey's various complicated medical conditions.

That's not to say they never toured, just never too extensively. Around 2002 the band went on hiatus while Corey was treated for a medical illness. During this time, the band played a handful of karaoke shows (where the audience was provided the opportunity to be the lead singer) while Corey recovered. Making a comeback in 2003, WWCM reentered the local scene in full effect but it was bittersweet as in the summer of 2004, the band members started to encounter a plethora of personal issues which eventually lead to the band breaking up.

They played a giant reunion show of sorts in 2005 at the Alley in Miami with Tyranny of Shaw, Pygmy, and Adore Miridia. 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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