Metalcore group Wage War are diving head first into the new year, giving fans their first taste of a new album since 2017. The new single and video titled “Low” features colorful, epileptic sequences accompanied by an abundance of melancholic lyrics.
The Florida-natives have been on the rise since the release of their 2017 sophomore album, Deadweight, which was followed by their first-ever national headlining tour and a top spot on the farewell cross-country Vans Warped Tour. “Low” was originally demoed on the road before the band returned to Florida where producer Andrew Wade and A Day to Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon produced the final track.
The group is featured on several upcoming festivals in May, including Epicenter Festival, Welcome to Rockville, and Sonic Temple.
Watch the new video for “Low”
Wage War’s Gear
Bassist, Chris Gaylord, plays a Music Man StingRay four string bass with Power Slinky Strings and a .135 individual.
Guitarists Seth and Cody count on Ernie Ball Not Even Slinky strings with an added .080 individual.