12 Songs, 39 Minutes


The Florida metalcore group matures on its second LP.

Mastered for iTunes


The Florida metalcore group matures on its second LP.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
196 Ratings
196 Ratings

Already Bound to Be Brutal


Just listen to the singles alone and you'll see what I'm talking about. The first album was really well crafted metalcore that had a decent soul to it. I respect their construction, and I hope this album is as great as their debut.

Here to Stay


This band is absolutely phenomenal. These singles prove that they are the next big thing in modern metal. The screams, the cleans, the guitars, it all complements eachother so perfect, and every song they put out seems to be better than the last, even when you don't think it possibly could be. So excited to hear this album when it comes out and to see them on tour with Parkway Drive.

Can't go wrong


These guys can't release anything bad I swear. This is gonna be SO LIT and I can't wait 4 month, anticipation is going to kill me. 🤘🏿🤘🏿🤘🏿

About Wage War

Down in Ocala, Florida, two guitarists met in high school and the seeds of a band were sown. Those friends, Cody Quistad and Seth Blake, recruited singer Briton Bond, bassist Jordan Pierce, and drummer David Rau, forming the band Empires. In 2013, after a change in lineup (Chris Gaylord on bass and Stephen Kluesener on drums), Wage War were born. The melodic metalcore band combined a brutal punch with a positive message, signing with Fearless Records. They recorded their first album, Blueprints, which was released in late 2015. Co-produced by fellow Ocalan Jeremy McKinnon (A Day to Remember) and Andrew Wade (Neck Deep, A Ghost Inside), the LP was preceded by the ferocious singles "Alive" and "Twenty One." After touring in support of the album, the band returned to the studio to record a follow-up. In 2017, Wage War returned with "Witness," the first single from their sophomore set, Deadweight. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

Ocala, FL
January 1, 2013