The release of last year’s Pressure for Florida metalcore band Wage War showed the successful band at a definite crossroads. While not necessarily as bad of an album as some critics claimed, much of Pressure felt like it was stuck in neutral. That being said, Wage War isn’t far removed from two solid metalcore albums in both Blueprints and its sophomore followup, Deadweight. The band’s nu-metal influenced metalcore doesn’t necessarily reinvent the real, but those two albums were delivered with passion and conviction – and their accessibility certainly helped too.
It’s with all that being said that many fans are curious to know when their next album will be released. While it’s been not quite a year since the release of Pressure, new music might be coming sooner than you think – especially if the teaser the band just released on social media is any indication.
having released a successful debut EP and signing with Sharptone Records a couple years ago, Savage Hands deliver post-hardcore with huge hooks. Their debut album, The Truth In Your Eyes, drops this Friday – and we were fortunate enough to interview vocalist Mike Garrow from the band as well. Check out our discussion below, and read our review of the record here.
Florida’s metalcore favorites Wage War will release their third album Pressure on August 30 via Fearless Records. The album is the follow up to 2017’s well-received Deadweight and is available for pre-order here. Alongside this news, the band has shared a new single to go along with it, “Who I Am” – as well as a fall headlining tour with special guests.
After being silent since 2015, Hungarian metalcore act Faminehill have announced their signing with Famined records and have dropped a new single, “Ruin“, from their upcoming album due out April 5th, 2019. Fans of bands like Wage War will find similarities in the song, and although the band treads familiar waters, their sound is well crafted and very well executed. Check out the video below, and follow the band on Facebook to stay connected with the band, and be sure to preorder “Ascend” here via your preferred service. Continue reading →