WAGE WAR – Share Lyric Video For New Song ‘Teeth’

WAGE WAR share lyric video for new song ‘Teeth’

Fourth album Manic out 1st October via Fearless Records

Band return to the UK in March to support I Prevail


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 released a lyric video for new song ‘Teeth.’ ‘Teeth’ is taken off their fourth full-length Manic. The album is out 1st October on Fearless Records. Pre-order the album here.


”Teeth’ is the first taste of some of the new sonic territory on Manic,’ the band says. ‘We wanted to experiment with some different sounds and production and see what we could do. ‘Teeth’ is simply about a toxic, one-sided relationship. We’ve all had them — and this is [about] a cutting of those ties.’

The band also spoke about the upcoming album saying ‘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.

Manic encompasses everything we’ve gone through as musicians in the last year-and-a-half,” says Kluesener. “The whole industry halted, and we technically lost our jobs. Our scene was among the first to leave and the last to come back. The album captures the whole period.”

Quistad adds saying, “Mania is a wild emotion. The last year was all severe highs and lows. We had some victories, but we’ve also had so many low points. We’ve built this thing for the last 10 years and put all of our chips into it. We’ve missed birthdays and funerals, but we’ve done some extraordinary things. Last year, we found ourselves wondering if it would ever come back. That’s really what the album is about.”

Ultimately, Manic is a triumph and a definitive artistic statement for Wage War. It represents the apex of an intense creative journey. They built a diehard audience with Blueprints [2015] and Deadweight [2017] and through incessant touring. 2019’s Pressure exploded right out of the gate. “Low” piled on 24.9 million Spotify streams with “Who I Am” at 10.7 million Spotify streams and “Me Against Myself” at 8.4 million Spotify streams. Beyond bringing their total stream tally past a-quarter-of-a-billion, it landed on Loudwire’s “50 Best Metal Albums of 2019,” while Billboard praised the album’s levity. American Songwriter called attention to the evolution of the band’s songwriting and sound, while New Noise Magazine awarded it 4-out-of-5 starsElsewhere, Alternative Press raved, “Wage War are unapologetically changing the game on all fronts on Pressure.”

High Horse
Circle the Drain
Death Roll
Slow Burn
Never Said Goodbye
True Colors
If Tomorrow Never Comes

Wage War return to the UK this March to support I Prevail on their upcoming tour.
You can see the band at the following dates:

11th March – Guildhall Portsmouth

12th March – o2 Academy Leeds

13th March – o2 Academy Birmingham

15th March – Academy Dublin

16th March – o2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester

18th March – o2 Academy Liverpool

19th March – o2 Academy Glasgow

21st March – Rock City Nottingham

22nd March – o2 Academy Bristol

23rd March – o2 Academy Brixton

Tickets on sale now

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