Manic - Wage War


Wage War

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2021-10-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11
  • ℗ 2021 Fearless Records, Distributed by Concord.

Manic ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Relapse Wage War 2:59
Teeth Wage War 3:08
Manic Wage War 2:44
High Horse Wage War 2:48
Circle The Drain Wage War 3:35
Godspeed Wage War 3:06
Death Roll Wage War 3:01
Slow Burn Wage War 3:09
Never Said Goodbye Wage War 3:19
True Colors Wage War 3:09
If Tomorrow Never Comes Wage War 4:40


  • Purely what I wanted!

    By jualsvzvajaodhxgwjqa
    Title explains it all.
  • Sellout

    By poopnoodleboogie
    Welp, looks like another one looking to get radio time. The only saving grace is “death roll”. The rest can all get flushed.
  • Overdue & Underhyped

    By Pandasaurus-Rex
    This is the Wage War we were craving last round. Well done, boys 🤙
  • Best Yet

    By Austinlada
    Hard hitting start to finish, great lyrical messages, love the breakdowns, all of it is fantastic. Great work guys!
  • -Core AOTY🔥

    By BrickHouseCrouse365
    Wage War came out swinging with this release and dropped, IMO, the hottest -core album of the year. What an absolute BANGER. This will be on repeated for months/years to come.
  • This band🤘🏼🤘🏼

    By cmu1320
    Every album this band just blows my mind, also one of my favorite bands to see live🤘🏼
  • Love it… but just 36 mins?

    By Terpski97
    I have every other Wage War album over the years and still love all their stuff. This new album is just as solid… but at only 36 mins total, that feels pretty weak.
  • Pure metalcore mania!

    By Love the catchy beat
    After listening to all 3 albums over the span of 2 days, I was quickly intrigued by the band and their more positive take on metalcore. When I saw they had a new album coming out, I decided to take a shot in the dark and preorder it a week before it came out, and it was a fantastic decision. This album is so so good. There are heavier tracks for fans who want a punch (High Horse, Death Roll), slightly softer tracks for those who want a good melody (Slow Burn, Never Said Goodbye), and then stuff that is them succeeding with experimenting on sound (Relapse, Manic). Each song feels passion filled, and both Briton Bond (lead vocals) and Cody Quistad (Clean Vocals) do an amazing job in this album. I highly recommend this album to anyone. They may find some stuff to not be to their liking, but chances are there’s at least a few songs they’ll fall in love with.
  • Solid

    By Judgement757
    4 for 4 bros
  • Right up there with Deadweight for me!

    By jhorst40
    Great album! Definitely is an awesome step forward from Pressure!