Clearly excited to start unveiling their new material to the world, Floridian metalcore outfit Wage War have dropped not one, but two new singles from their upcoming album, ‘Pressure’.
One of the two new cuts is called ‘Me Against Myself’, and the group’s guitarist/vocalist Cody Quistad commented on what it’s all about.
“‘Me Against Myself’ is probably our farthest journey into the melodic world. From the very first demo, we knew it was special. The lyrics are about as transparent as it gets dealing with the fact that a lot of times, we’re our own worst enemy. We’ve always prided ourselves on being versatile and pushing ourselves to create something new and different, and that’s what this song stands for.”
You can stream and listen to ‘Me Against Myself’ below.
The other new song is called ‘Prison’, and which initially debuted via Sirius XM recently, and this is what the band had to say about it.
“‘Prison’ is one of the first looks at us stepping out of the box on this record. It harbors all the aggression our band is known for — but with some new twists. We had a blast writing it.”
You can give it a spin below.
The band’s third album, ‘Pressure’, is set to be released on August 30th 2019 through Fearless Records.
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