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CO-HEADLINING NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2024 WITH NOTHING MORE + SPECIAL GUESTS VEIL OF MAYA + SLEEP THEORY KICKS OFF 16TH APRIL.

The band has built its reputation on the back of smart songwriting that expertly pits hooks against heaviness and sprinkles melody amidst the maelstrom. On “Magnetic,” the Florida five-piece continues this tried and true formula that has been so effective for them. But they take it up 10 notches and throw more than a few sonic curveballs in the space of four minutes. The melodic verses and choruses grab your attention and the hard-charging and unholy roars and thick riffs keep it. “Magnetic” should write you a rent check because it will live in your brain, thanks to its supreme catchiness. It is indeed “Magnetic.”

“‘Magnetic’ is a song about an attraction to someone that you just can’t seem to quit,” the band explains. “Despite knowing what may be best, we’re pulled back to a feeling that inevitably takes control. Fate decides our future.”

In other Wage War news, the band will kick off its Spring 2024 co-headline tour with Nothing More on Tuesday, April 16 in Charlotte, NC. The trek runs through Friday, May 17 in Indianapolis, IN. All dates are below. Get tickets here.

WAGE WAR + NOTHING MORE ON TOUR:
WITH VEIL OF MAYA + SLEEP THEORY:
4/16 — Charlotte, NC  — The Fillmore
4/17 — Birmingham, AL  — Avondale Brewing Company
4/18 — New Orleans, LA  — The Fillmore
4/20 — Austin, TX  — Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater*
4/22 — Grand Junction, CO  — Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park (Outdoor)
4/24 — Riverside, CA  — Riverside Municipal Auditorium
4/28 — Albuquerque, NM — Revel Entertainment Center
4/30 — Kansas City, MO — The Midland Theatre
5/1 — Des Moines, IA  — Val Air Ballroom
5/3 — Green Bay, WI  — EPIC Event Center
5/4 — East Moline, IL  — The Rust Belt
5/5 — Omaha, NE  — The Astro
5/7 — Madison, WI  — The Sylvee
5/8 — Grand Rapids, MI  — GLC Live at 20 Monroe*
5/10 — Bethlehem, PA  — Wind Creek Event Center*
5/14 — Norfolk, VA  — The NorVA
5/15 — Greensboro, NC  — Piedmont Hall
5/17 — Indianapolis, IN  — Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
*NO SLEEP THEORY

ABOUT WAGE WAR:
Traveling a constant forward trajectory at lightspeed, Wage War not only push their own sound forward, but they also propel heavy music into new territory. The Florida quintethave always tempered a pummeling metallic onslaught with unshakable melodies. A near-decade grind naturally brought Wage War to this point. They have unleashed a string of fan favorite albums, including Blueprints [2015], Deadweight [2017], Pressure [2019], and Manic [2021]. Beyond looks from SPINModern DrummerAmerican SongwriterRevolverGuitar World, and more, KERRANG! hailed the latter as “their greatest album yet,” and DORK raved, “It’s an embracing of being metalheads, popheads and just fans of good songs. On more than one occasion, there’s an earworm poking its head up through the dirt.” They also put up numbers, tallying hundreds of millions of streams boosted by the likes of “Stitch,” “Low,” “Manic,” and “Circle The Drain.