Remembering Kyle Pavone: WCAR’s 5 Best Videos

By now you know that We Came As Romans announced the shocking news that their vocalist, Kyle Pavone,  passed away August 25th 2018.  The cause of death has yet to be determined.

Whether you’re just discovering We Came As Romans or if your a longtime fan, Check out our 5 favorite WCAR videos:

5. The World I Used To Know

This video was the first single off of WCARs’ self-titled 2015 Album & received mixed reviews initially from old-school fans who decried the new “pop” direction of the band. Heavily featuring the “clean” singing of Kyle Pavone, The World I Used to Know has gone on to become one of the band’s most popular videos to date.

4. A War Inside

2011’s Understanding What We’ve Grown to Be saw WCAR experience unprecedented popularity, reaching #21 on the US charts. Along with their new found fame, WCAR became a top headlining act as well as a legitimate draw on the Warped Tour. A War Inside puts you front & center inside WCARs’ blistering live set.

 

3. Who Will Pray?

Who Will Pray was the final single off of WCAR’s self-titled album. It makes the list mainly for the sweet spandex worn by Pavone & Dave Stephens.

2. To Plant a Seed

To Plant a Seed was the first single off of the band’s first full-length album. The single would offer a glimpse of what was to come & remains one of WCAR’s best videos.

2. Cold Like War

Cold Like War was one of the final singles released by WCAR before Kyle Pavone’s death. The video is dark & the song is one of the heaviest songs WCAR have ever released as a single. Cold Like War showcased a darker & more raw sound. Sadly we won’t get to see WCAR continue to evolve with Kyle Pavone on vocals. We Came as Romas has yet to announce any plans after Pavone’s death as far as if or when they will replace Pavone.

 

 

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