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Wage War

Wage War - Deadweight

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.

TAGS: Hard Rock | Metal

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"Don’t Let Me Fade Away"


  1. 1. Two Years
  2. 2. Southbound
  3. 3. Don’t Let Me Fade Away
  4. 4. Stitch
  5. 5. Witness
  6. 6. Deadweight
  7. 7. Gravity
  8. 8. Never Enough
  9. 9. Indestructible
  10. 10. Disdain
  11. 11. My Grave Is Mine To Dig
  12. 12. Johnny Cash

Upcoming Tour Dates

  • Feb 26
    Fresno, CA, US Wage War at Strummer's
  • Feb 26
    Fresno, CA, US Wage War with he.cried.wolf, Reminitions, and Tamerlane at Strummer's
  • Feb 27
    San Diego, CA, US Wage War with Sight Unscene and A Hero Within at Soda Bar
  • Mar 01
    Mesa, AZ, US Wage War with Orenda at The Underground
  • Mar 03
    San Bernardino, CA, US Self Help Fest 2018
  • Apr 14
    Solothurn, Switzerland Of Mice & Men with Wage War and Sylar at Kulturfabrik Kofmehl
  • Apr 21
    Bristol, UK Of Mice & Men, Wage War, and Sylar at O2 Academy Bristol
  • Apr 23
    Manchester, UK Of Mice & Men with Wage War and Sylar at O2 Ritz Manchester
  • Apr 25
    Digbeth, UK Of Mice & Men, Wage War, and Sylar at O2 Institute Birmingham
  • Apr 26
    Norwich, UK Of Mice & Men with Sylar and Wage War at Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
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