October will see US Metalcore merchants Wage War back upon our shores, this time in support of their well received album “Manic” and they’ll be bringing with them not only fellow countrymen The Devil Wears Prada but also Denmark’s finest Siamese. Curiously enough there is a three day gap in the run so there maybe
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The Tabernacle in Atlanta Georgia was the venue and 13th January was the date that saw Wage War deliver “Stitch“, “Alive” and “Circle The Drain” as captured in this fan filmed footage. For those keeping track, that’s one from last year’s “Manic“, one from 2015’s “Blueprints” and a song that has achieved the better part of
…with their new album “Manic” out this weekend via label home Fearless Records, Wage War have chosen the title track for the red carpet music video treatment. The album has appeared four days after the bands run with Beartooth and Dragged Under has come to an end but come March 2022 they’ll be upon our
A mid week release for a new single from Wage War might seem like a strange one but we’ve got to hand it to them, it certainly has bite. Following “Circle The Drain” and “High Horse” out of the gate is “Teeth” with enough time to get one more from the eleven tracks out before
The second single in recent weeks from Wage War has triggered the official ‘we have a new album on the way‘ statement that everyone saw coming but no one wanted to admit to. The band have set 1st October for the release of “Manic” via Fearless Records and that news is buried in the commentary
Who wants to go out on a post lockdown tour run without new material? About to join Dragged Under in supporting Beartooth on the US opening tour run in support of “Below” are Wage War and they have dropped their first new material since 2019’s “Pressure” in “High Horse“. They have not only announced fresh
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.
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
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.
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,