Produced in 2013 with the instrumental portion of metalcore giants As We Lay Dying from then on group’s lead singer, Tim Lambesis, was sentenced to six years in prison for wanting to enlist popular man to away his estranged wife, San Diego-based hard rock and roll quintet Wovenwar feature the talents of AILD alumni Nick Hipa (guitar), Phil Sgrosso (guitar), Josh Gilbert (bass), Jordan Mancino (drums), and Oh, Sleeper vocalist Shane Blay (lead vocals, guitar). Ditching the screamo vocals that dominated AILD and only a cleaner strategy that leans harder toward the melodic hard rock and roll edge from the metalcore range, Wovenwar released their first one, “All Rise,” in Apr 2014, accompanied by their Steel Blade-issued eponymous full-length debut in July of this year. After an extended amount of intense touring, the music group re-entered the studio room — three different styles in as much metropolitan areas — to commence focus on their following Steel Blade discharge. When the documenting was completed, Sgrosso amicably parted firm along with his bandmates because of variations about touring. The group made a decision to carry on like a quartet, with Blay presuming the additional acoustic guitar responsibilities. A video solitary, “Censorship,” premiered online in Sept of 2016. The full-length entitled, Honor Can be Dead, adopted in October.