So Risecore teenheartthrobs WOE IS ME lost like half their members, then got new members then their old members got new members and started similar Risecore type band ISSUES (about the serious issues teens deal with everyday lol). Now because the guys at Rise are pretty genius promoters, they released angsty dis tracks the bands made against each other on the same day, probably to gauge reactions and see which band they should buy a nicer van for in the future. Now that the dust has settle (AKA its been like two weeks) let’s see who came out on top! Its important to note that both songs are pretty much the same, and could be on the same album and no one would really notice, so the victor has to be measure through views and likes/dislikes.
New kids with a song off their “EP”, ha. Let’s look at the MATH:
416,751 Views as of writing this
7,133 likes, 448 dislikes, that’s a 95% upvote, not bad.
“I don’t give a fuck about what the lyrics means, i’m just here because this music make feel good, music don’t need to mean anything, for me, just a thing i use to relax, feel better and sometimes express feelings”- Washington Cruz
“dude in all seriousness though woe is me is dead fuck genisis Issues is where its at it would be an insult to say woe is me is even close to being as good as issues great ass fucking shit guys you got my full support and respect”- tim goodling
REIGNING CHAMPS WOE IS ME:
Noticeably more subtle diss track off their album. They’re playing the ‘we don’t really care about you guys, this song could be about anyone’ card, respek, let’s see if it paid off #MATH:
315,412 Views as of writing this
4,822 likes, 1,947 dislikes , that’s a 71% upvote, pretty embarrassing.
“idk why everyone is crying about the ‘dick in your throat’ line. it doesn’t mean Tyler Carter is gay. it means i left real music and tried to go mainstream and be fake and made gay fake pop songs.” -Marc Collier
“I feel like he is starting to sound similar to Chester from Linkin Park, which definitely isn’t a bad thing” -sheld1
So, scientifically speaking, Woe, Is Me has fallen off hard and is no longer a scene band to jock. They got less views, more dislikes, and much more embarrassing funny comments on their video (tho I only stayed on the first page of comments and there are probably thousands of gems in there). Only logical thing to do is to rep Issues as the new scenecore leaders, and when these bands tour together soon they might even be headlining. Sorry Bros is Me, that’s just science talking.