We Came As Romans is now streaming “To Move On Is To Grow” on Facebook.  The new song was recorded in June with Joey Sturgis [The Devil Wears Prada, Attack Attack!].

The band will next head out on the Band Of Brothers Tour, a full U.S. and Canada headlining tour, with In Fear And Faith, Confide, Upon A Burning Body, and Abandon All Ships*.

Tickets for all dates of the Band Of Brothers Tour can be purchased now at WCARtickets.com. This fall, We Came As Romans will also be joining Parkway Drive, Comeback Kid, Bleeding Through, Emmure, and more, in Europe on the Never Say Die Tour.

We Came As Romans is also pleased to announce that they will be heading to Australia for the first time, to perform on the “No Sleep Til” Festival this December.

*Band Of Brothers Canada dates are with In Fear and Faith and Upon A Burning Body only

We Came As Romans tour dates can be seen below:

Band Of Brothers Tour
[w/In Fear and Faith, Confide, Upon A Burning Body, and Abandon All Ships] Aug 27  Mt. Clemens, MI @ The Hayloft
Aug 28  Grand Rapids, MI @ The Mixtape
Aug 29  Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
Aug 30  Evansville, IN @ Boney Junes
Aug 31  Louisville, KY @ Skull Alley
Sep 01  Kettering, OH @ The Attic
Sep 02  Toledo, OH @ Headliners
Sep 03  Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
Sep 04  Vineland, NJ @ Hangar 84
Sep 05  Newport News, VA @ Anti-Gravity Skatepark
Sep 06  Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery
Sep 08  Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
Sep 09  Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Sep 10  W. Palm Beach, FL @ Ground Control
Sep 11  Tallahassee, FL @ Big Daddy’s
Sep 12  Metairie, LA @ The High Ground
Sep 13  Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock
Sep 14  McAllen, TX @ Las Palmas Event Center
Sep 16  Lubbock, TX @ Tequila Jungle
Sep 17  Wichita Falls, TX @ The Hangar
Sep 18  Ft. Worth, TX @ Ridglea Theatre
Sep 19  Tulsa, OK @ The Marquee
Sep 20  Wichita, KS @ Oz Cafe
Sep 21  Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
Sep 23  Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Sep 24  Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Sep 25  Victorville, CA @ Karma
Sep 26  Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk
Sep 27  Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
Sep 28  Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

Band Of Brothers Canada Tour
[w/In Fear and Faith, Upon A Burning Body] Sep 29  Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater
Oct 01  Edmonton, AB @ Avenue Theatre
Oct 02  Calgary, AB @ The Den
Oct 03  Yorkton, SK @ The Spot Nightclub
Oct 04  Winnipeg, MB @ The Royal Albert Arms
Oct 05  Thunder Bay, ON @ The Office (Crocks)
Oct 07  Sudbury, ON @ The Jubilee Centre
Oct 09  London, ON @ Call The Office
Oct 10  St Catharines, ON @ L3 Nightclub
Oct 11  Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks Bar
Oct 12  Montréal, QC @ La Tulipe
Oct 13  Kingston, ON @ Time to Laugh Comedy Club
Oct 14  Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club
Oct 15  Hamilton, ON @  Absinthe Club
Oct 16  Windsor, ON @ The Blind Dog

Never Say Die – European Tour
[w/Parkway Drive, Comeback Kid, Bleeding Through, Emmure + more] Oct 29  Oberhausen, Germany @ Urbinenhalle
Oct 30  Paris, France @ Elysee Montmartre
Oct 31  Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 1
Nov 01  Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy 1
Nov 02  Glasgow, UK @ O2 ABC
Nov 03  London, UK @ HMV Forum
Nov 04  Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramids
Nov 05  Manchester, UK @ Academy 1
Nov 06  Aarschot, Belgium @ Stadsfeestzaal
Nov 07  Tilburg, Netherlands @ 0. 13
Nov 08  Hamburg, Germany @ Grosse Freiheit
Nov 09  Stockholm, Sweden @ Fryshuset/Klubben
Nov 11  Berlin, Germany @ Huxleys
Nov 12  Karlsruhe, Germany @ Substage
Nov 13  Prague, Czech Republic @ Abaton
Nov 14  Krakow, Poland @ Rotunda
Nov 15  Wien, Austria @ Gasometer
Nov 16  Bologna, Italy @ Estragon
Nov 17  Prattein, Switzerland @ Z7
Nov 18  Munchen, Germany @ Backstage Werk
Nov 19  Leipzig, Germany @ Werk 2
Nov 20  Wurzburg, Germany @ Posthalle

No Sleep Til Festival – Australia
Dec 10  Auckland, NZ @ ASB Showgrounds
Dec 12  Perth, AUS @ Arena Joondalup
Dec 15  Adelaide, AUS @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Dec 17  Melbourne, AUS @ Melbourne Showgrounds
Dec 18  Sydney, AUS @ The Entertainment Quarter Moore Park
Dec 19  Brisbane, AUS @ RNA Showgrounds

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