Swipe

Music Millennium

A Day to Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade returned to produce Wage War's sophomore full-length 'Deadweight,' which the band started writing immediately after they finished their debut and has some of the group's most melodic moments as well as some of the heaviest to date. Lyrically, 'Deadweight' sees the band exploring both personal to political issues in a way that's as raw and honest as the music that supports them. In a defining new era for the band, Wage War is certain to incite frenzied mosh pits for years to come, as the band displays an aggression that they've have only hinted at in the past.
A Day to Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade returned to produce Wage War's sophomore full-length 'Deadweight,' which the band started writing immediately after they finished their debut and has some of the group's most melodic moments as well as some of the heaviest to date. Lyrically, 'Deadweight' sees the band exploring both personal to political issues in a way that's as raw and honest as the music that supports them. In a defining new era for the band, Wage War is certain to incite frenzied mosh pits for years to come, as the band displays an aggression that they've have only hinted at in the past.
888072026759

Details

Format: CD
Label: FEL
Rel. Date: 08/04/2017
UPC: 888072026759

Deadweight
Artist: Wage War
Format: CD
New: In Stock $14.98
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

A Day to Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade returned to produce Wage War's sophomore full-length 'Deadweight,' which the band started writing immediately after they finished their debut and has some of the group's most melodic moments as well as some of the heaviest to date. Lyrically, 'Deadweight' sees the band exploring both personal to political issues in a way that's as raw and honest as the music that supports them. In a defining new era for the band, Wage War is certain to incite frenzied mosh pits for years to come, as the band displays an aggression that they've have only hinted at in the past.
back to top