|To Plant a Seed|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 3, 2009|
|We Came as Romans chronology|
|Singles from To Plant a Seed|
To Plant a Seed is the debut studio album by American metalcore band We Came as Romans. It was released by Equal Vision Records on November 3, 2009 and was produced by Joey Sturgis. Artwork for the album was done by Paul Romano to which coincides to We Came as Romans' positive message as explained by guitarist Joshua Moore that the lyrical themes on To Plant a Seed are based-up spreading this message.A deluxe edition of the album was released on January 18, 2011 which includes one bonus track and a DVD entitled To Plant a DVD.
The songs "Dreams" and "Intentions" were re-recorded from the band's Dreams EP.
|Review Rinse Repeat|
|Ultimate Guitar Archive||(9.1/10)|
All songs written by Joshua Moore and Dave Stephens.
|1.||"To Plant a Seed"||3:51|
|3.||"Intentions" (featuring Tyler Smith)||3:01|
|4.||"Roads That Don't End and Views That Never Cease"||3:49|
|6.||"We Are the Reasons"||3:43|
|8.||"I Will Not Reap Destruction"||3:58|
|9.||"Searching, Seeking, Reaching, Always"||2:56|
|10.||"An Ever-Growing Wonder"||3:57|
|11.||"To Move On Is to Grow"||3:47|
To Plant a DVD chapter listings
|U.S. Billboard 200||175|
|U.S. Billboard Hard Rock Albums||13|
|U.S. Billboard Independent Albums||25|
|U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers||6|
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[The] first full-length release by We Came as Romans is a hardcore album with a twist. ... Those looking to bang their head will still find plenty of traditional hardcore elements here, particularly the horror-movie screaming of frontman Dave Stevens, but To Plant a Seed is more concerned with establishing the band's unique identity.