If you think that you've already heard it all when it comes to heavy music, you just haven't heard Wage War
. Lyrically, the band explores both personal and political issues in a way that's as raw and honest as the music that supports them. From "3 a.m. run-ins with refugees in Europe to flying home only to be confronted with the aftermath of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, there was no shortage of content to draw from this time around. We didn't hold anything back when it came to this record, so hopefully it's as therapeutic for listeners as it was for us." In a heavy music scene that's increasingly formulaic, Wage War pride themselves on the fact that they listen to and produce a diverse range of music. Although they are referred to as metalcore, they've never pledged allegiance to any genre because they strive to do something that translates to what they love to listen to and thusly incorporate it into Wage War.