“All Rise” for Wovenwar’s First Music Video


With all the drama that came with the trial of former As I lay Dying frontman, Tim Lambesis, it’s great to know that the rest of the members of the band had been able to move on and create something they can be double proud of.

A few months ago, the remaining members of AILD, Jordan Mancino, Nick Hipa, Phil Sgrosso and Josh Gilbert revealed they had hooked up with Oh Sleeper’s Shane Blay to form a new band called Wovenwar. With that announcement, they also released their official first song, “All Rise” as well as that an album would be coming our way this Summer through Metal Blade Records.

After four months, of just having the audio for the lead single from that upcoming, self-titled debut record, we have now received the official music video for the song.

Check out the music video below.

Wovenwar have not let being a “young” band stop them. The group just finished wrapping up a tour with longtime band, Black Label Society, around the United States a few days ago and are scheduled to head across the pond for their own tour beginning next Friday, August 15.


08/15 Hasselt, BEL @ Pukkelpop

08/16 Hamburg, GER @ ELB Riot

08/17 Herford, GER @ X RockFest

08/21 London, UK @ The Barfly

08/22-24 Leeds & Reading Festivals

“All Rise” for Wovenwar’s Debut Single


After announcing last week that the remaining members of As I Lay Dying would no longer be using the band’s name, but rather would form a new group named Wovenwar, they also confirmed that their first single would be making its debut soon. The band not only features Jordan Mancino, Nick Hipa, Phil Sgrosso and Josh Gilbert, but also Oh, Sleeper’s Shane Blay on vocals.

Like it has been stated, the band’s debut song has officially been released after revealing the news to eager and intrigued fans. The song, “All Rise” will be featured on the group’s self-titled debut which will be released sometime this Summer through Metal Blade Records. 

The announcement and the song’s debut comes almost three weeks after a long posted was uploaded to As I Lay Dying’s website that gave fans hope that the band would continue under their original moniker. As it was revealed a few hours after the original post, Mancino, Hipa, Sgrosso and Gilbert released a statement reassuring fans that they were not the ones to post the state, but rather it was former frontman, and current jail-bird, Tim Lambesis. 

Wovenwar aren’t letting the past affect their future; they already have a few tour dates under the new band name. 


08/15 Hasselt, BEL @ Pukkelpop
08/16 Hamburg, GER @ ELB Riot
08/17 Herford, GER @ X RockFest
08/21 London, UK @ The Barfly
08/22-24 Leeds & Reading Festivals