Recorded at studios in New York and New Jersey during the latter months of 2012, the third album from Philadelphia's WOE is a robust and penetrating album. It benefits from 18-months of live performances; something unavailable to WOE in the early years. "This is music that was made to be performed live," notes vocalist/guitarist Chris Grigg.
A/V Club calls WOE, "one of the best young american black metal bands willing to play around with the boundaries of the genre." Metal Sucks says, "sincere and relentlessly creative, WOE put a new spin on an old method. The band crafts something that gives you a good sense of hte possibilities that still exist in the genre. This is the sound of black metal to come."
Withdrawal was produced by Grigg and mastered by Colin Marston. The album reunites the band with artist and long-time friend Justin Miller.
Bandcamp exclusive of the album in 24-bit.
released 23 April 2013
produced by Chris Grigg. mastered by Colin Marston (Krallice)