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Wage War Premieres New Single, Video; Announces New Live Dates

Aug. 4 — Wage War made its official return this weekend.

The band debuted its new single, ‘High Horse‘ and its companion video Friday. The song and its video are the band’s first new content since the release of its third album, Pressure in 2019.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘High Horse’ is a high-energy composition that exhibits influences of Lamb of God, Slipknot, and even Whitechapel all in one. While those influences are audible, the song still presents a unique, intense identity.

No information about the song’s lyrical theme was provided in the press release announcing the premiere of the new song and its video. However, in listening to the song, the theme seems relatively straight forward. It comes across as an indictment of those people who think they are so much better than others. It presents a defiant message directed at those people, letting them know that they will eventually get knocked down.

The band was excited as it talked about its new single in a prepared statement.

“Over the last year, we have been working the hardest we ever have on music we couldn’t be more proud of,” the statement reads. “‘High Horse’ is just the first taste.”

The video for ‘High Horse’ presents its own share of energy. the quick camera shots inside the warehouse setting in which the band is performing its new single heighten the overall listening experience.

In other news, Wage War is scheduled to launch a new tour next week with Beartooth and Dragged Under. The tour is scheduled to launch Aug. 14 in Las Vegas, NV and to run through Sept. 25 in Gran Rapids, MI. The tour additionally features performances in cities nationwide, such as Denver, CO; Seattle, WA and New Haven, CT.

The tour’s schedule is noted below.

WAGE WAR ON TOUR:
WITH BEARTOOTH + DRAGGED UNDER:

8/14 — Las Vegas, NV —  House of Blues
8/15 — San Diego, CA —  Soma
8/16 — Anaheim, CA —  House of Blues
8/17 — Sacramento, CA —  Ace of Spades
8/19 — Portland, OR —  Crystal
8/20 — Seattle, WA —  Showbox Sodo
8/21 — Spokane, WA —  Knitting Factory
8/22 — Boise, ID  —  Revolution
8/24 — Billings, MT  —  Zoo Montana
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

More information on Wage War’s new single, video, and tour is available now along with all of Wage War’s latest tour dates, news and more at:

Websitehttps://wagewarband.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/wagewar

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/wagewar

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