Tag: Wage War

Bootleg: “Low” from Wage War!

Pro-shot on the 25th Anniversary Vans Warped tour show in Mountain View California, here’s Metalcore merchants Wage War performing their classic “Low“. Should it go ahead, the band have a short European tour trek around their performance at Download Festival with tickets for their the originally planned run to remain valid for the 2021 shows.

NEWS: Wage War announce June 2021 European Tour!

2021 is already shaping up to be a year that tries to make up for lost time on the touring front for a lot of bands and Wage War are no different. They’ve added an extra date to a European tour trek next summer that has some gaps in it to be filled still. So

Playthrough: “Who I Am” from Wage War!

Another from the Guitar World Sick Riffs series sees Wage War guitarist Cody Quistad get in on the action with “Who I Am” from the bands current album “Pressure” from his house in Nashville, Tennessee. Given the bands DJent or Tech-Metal moments it’s interesting that he’s using just a six string that he’s playing.

Playthrough: “Alive” from Wage War!

10th July 2021 will see Wage War join Stray From The Path and Great American Ghost in supporting The Ghost Inside for one night only at The Palladium in Worcester Massachusetts, providing of course that TGI can find a replacement bass player having axed Jim Riley following this incident. While we wait on that news,

Bootleg: Wage War in Ohio!

Leo Sypniewski has provided us with a trio of tracks culled from the set of Wage War at the The Phantasy Night Club on The Pressure Tour. Pro-Shot and mixed with enhanced camera audio, it was filmed on 5th October 2019. The band have also begun to put together stripped down performances of songs with

Review: “White Rabbit” EP by Dweller

The initial idea for the band that would become Melbourne Australian natives Dweller was formed in the minds of Rory Bond (Guitars) and Ryan Mickan (Vocals) around a decade ago. But as it does, life got in the way until 2018 when the pair began recording parts together. Bassist Matt Manders was in the fold

Review: “The Death Of Me” by Polaris

Two years ago, Australian Progressive Metalcore act Polaris made waves with their debut full length album “The Mortal Coil” which took vocalist Jamie Hails, guitarists Ryan Siew and Rick Schneider, bassist Jake Steinhauser and drummer Daniel Furnari around the Globe several times. A relentless touring schedule meant that we have seen them rise from supporting

Live Review: Wage War w/Thornhill & DED @ O2 Academy Islington

The O2 Academy Islington London is our destination tonight for the penultimate show of the UK leg of the “Pressure” tour and there are two immediate no-no moments as we enter the venue that have facepalm written all over them. The first is that “Stitch” by Wage War is playing over the PA as the

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Most Disappointing Albums of 2019!

We’ve got a short attention span so… what were we talking about? Oh yeah. Our very own Awards Season is in full flow with a series of Top #5’s to blow your mind! As with 2018, the categories are simple. Top #5 “Live Bands“, “Disappointing Albums“, “Anticipated Releases“, “Best EPs” and “Best Albums“. It couldn’t

Playthrough: “Nurture” from Thornhill!

Soon to be accompanying Nu-Metal revivalists DED in support of Wage War of the European leg of the “Pressure” tour, Melbourne Australian Alternative Metalcore quintet Thornhill have been swimming in “The Dark Pool” via UNFD since the end of October. Guitarists Ethan McCann and Matt Van Duppen have taken to the studio to record a