Georgia post-hardcore powerhouse Woe, Is Me had a tumultuous 2012. They saw heavy turnover in band personnel but regrouped and refined, and today seem to be stronger than ever. Woe, Is Me's second studio album, Genesi[s], was released by Rise Records last year and the group is currently out on tour with Of Mice & Men.

At the band's recent sold-out House of Blues Hollywood gig, Noisecreep had the chance to spend a little time with Woe, Is Me drummer Austin Thornton to hear the band's plans for 2013 and the concert that changed his life.

Thornton, who started the band in 2009 along with Kevin Hansen, Corey Ferris and Ben Ferris is now, along with Hansen the last original member of the band.

Watch Noisecreep's Chat with Austin from Woe, Is Me

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Woe, Is Me's latest album, Genesi[s], is available now on iTunes and Amazon.

Watch 'I've Told You Once (Lyric Video)'


Tour dates w/ Of Mice & Men:

Jan 22nd - Trees - Dallas, TX

Jan 23rd - White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX

Jan 24th - Warehouse Live - Houston, TX

Jan 26th - Rockettown - Nashville, TN

Jan 27th - Masquerade - Atlanta, GA

Jan 28th - Beacham - Orlando, FL

Jan 29th - Culture - FT. Lauderdale, FL

Feb 1st - Lincoln Theatre - Raleigh, NC

Feb 2nd - Recher Theatre - Balitmore, MD

Feb 3rd - TLA - Philadelphia, PA

Feb 5th - Irving - New York, NY

Feb 6th - Royale - Boston, MA

Feb 7th - The Stone Pony (Asbury Park), NJ

Feb 8th - Club Soda - Montreal, OC

Feb 10th - Phoenix - Toronto, ON

Feb 11th - Crofoot - Detroit, MI

Feb 12th - Bottom Lounge - Chicago, IL