12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
117 Ratings

117 Ratings

true rebel6 ,

do the pros outweigh the cons?

i see a pretty good split of opnions on this album. you always take a risk when you evolve your sound or change directions. For me, Wage War has this raw dynamic, a little rough around the edges. They proved you can have positive metal and still be heavy. Blueprints and Deadweight gave you sense of their emotional state and vision. This album lacks that for the most part, and it seems too cookie cutter and over produced. All being said, They did put some good headbangers on this album

Jacobs cool iPod ,

First impression

It’s a good album, but definitely a step down in my opinion and didn’t have as much creativity as deadweight. Some songs just sound like what every band is doing and that’s the whole “evolution” trend. In other words going in a more pop direction. Which seemed interesting at first, but is now just boring. Evolution is creating something new with your art not becoming a copy or someone else’s “evolution”. Sorry Wage War I love you guys, but albums like this are why a lot of promising bands lose their fan base/popularity/reputation. I hope for it too grow on me soon, but for now it’s just a bit mediocre and bland.

Brando4444 ,

Enjoyable singles but definitely getting repetitive.

I’ve enjoyed a couple of the singles so far especially Low, but the songs are getting really repetitive with the same structure. The clean choruses are hit or miss and the lyrics are getting somewhat repetitive and cliche. Lyrics are definitely not on par with bands such as August Burns Red, Currents, and Silent Planet. I definitely respect the band’s musicianship. Always digging the epic riffs, the great instrumentation, and the awesome vocals. I feel like they could do so much more with the song structures and lyrics though. The songs are starting to sound way too similar.

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