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Wage War announce ‘Manic’ album, premiere new track

Florida hard rock quintet WAGE WAR — Briton Bond [lead vocals], Cody Quistad [rhythm guitar, clean vocals], Seth Blake [lead guitar], Chris Gaylord [bass], and Stephen Kluesener [drums] — have officially announced their fourth full-length Manic. The album is due out October 1 on Fearless Records. Pre-order it here.



Today, the band is sharing the new single “Circle the Drain,” one of the most anthemic songs in the band’s catalog to date. Listen here.

“‘Circle the Drain’ is a song about learning from past mistakes and accepting responsibility in a world that needs change,” the band shares. “It starts with us deciding to be a part of the solution.”

As for the album, Wage War offer, “After a long wait, and endless hours of work, we could not be more ecstatic to announce our new album Manic. We’ve spent the entire last year working so hard to bring you the best Wage War yet, and we’ve never been more sure that we’ve accomplished that.”
The band previously shared the video for “High Horse.”

On Manic, the band masterfully strikes a delicate and well-crafted balance of grooves, riffs, melodies, and electronic flourishes.

After amassing nearly 300 million streams and receiving widespread acclaim from BillboardLoudwireModern Drummer,American SongwriterAlternative Press, and more, the group delivered 11 anthems meant to connect through turbulence.

Wage War will hit the road this summer with Beartooth and Dragged Under. All dates are below.



MANIC TRACK LISTING:
“Relapse”
“Teeth”
“Manic”
High Horse
“Circle the Drain”
“Godspeed”
“Death Roll”
“Slow Burn”
“Never Said Goodbye”
“True Colors”
“If Tomorrow Never Comes”

WAGE WAR ON TOUR:
WITH BEARTOOTH + DRAGGED UNDER:
8/26 — Fargo, ND —  Fargo Brewing Company 
8/27 — Minneapolis, MN —  Fillmore 
8/28 — Kansas City, MO —  Truman 
8/29 — Denver, CO  —  Summit 
8/31 — Oklahoma City, OK —  Diamond Ballroom
9/1 — Dallas, TX —  House of Blues 
9/3 — San Antonio, TX —  Vibes Event Center 
9/4 — Houston, TX —  House of Blues 
9/7 — Fort Lauderdale, FL —  Revolution 
9/8 — St. Petersburg, FL —  Jannus Landing 
9/9 — Atlanta, GA —  Masquerade
9/11 — Appomattox, VA —  Blue Ridge Rock Festival 
9/12 — Mansfield, OH —  Inkcarceration Festival 
9/13 — Philadelphia, PA —  Fillmore
9/15 — New York, NY —  Terminal 5
9/17 — Worcester, MA —  Palladium 
9/18 — Baltimore, MD —  Sound Stage
9/19 — New Haven, CT —  Toad’s Place
9/20 — Pittsburgh, PA —  Stage AE
9/22 — Chicago, IL —  House of Blues 
9/24 — Detroit, MI —  St. Andrews Hall
9/25 — Grand Rapids, MI  —  20 Monroe Live



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