WATCH: The Word Alive’s Emotional Tribute to We Came As Romans’ Kyle Pavone

The Word Alive are currently treking across the U.S. on tour with BlessTheFall on their Hard Feelings Tour and lastnight The Word Alive shared an emotional tribute to We Came As Romans’ late frontman Kyle Pavone. Pushing for fans to go see We Came As Romans on their upcoming run with Bullet For My Valentine, as they push through to tour without replacing or having Pavone with them. The Word Alive dedicated their 2017 single “Misery” to the late vocalist who died following an accidental overdose last month.

The Word Alive frontman took to Twitter sharing a fans video saying, “It is with a heavy heart that I do this, because it makes it real. I was barely ready myself… My brothers in WCAR are going to be needing the most amount of love you can possibly show a band. Please go see them this fall and sing louder than you ever thought you could.”

See the video of the tribute below:

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