Wage War's huge UK tour hit London town with Thornhill and DED along for the ride. Jez Pennington was there to capture all the action.
“I don’t think anybody in this band wanted to write the same record again." - Briton Bond.
Where's the tree, because this feels an awful lot like Christmas.
This is 'Me Against Myself'.
It's all happening!
It looked like Wage War might not be able to perform their set last night at Warped Tour, after a freak storm evacuated the venue, and blew out the Monster Stage PA system, but the lads defied the odds and it was pretty spectacular. Maggie Friedman was on hand to capture the action.
They may have been the second band on the Jagermeister Stage, but Wage War were one of the biggest sets of the weekend at Slam Dunk.
They're already coming back!
The metalcore vocalist is the latest to enter the hotseat.
It's all happening, and it's all very exciting.
Plus, The Plot In You have been added to the lineup.
When he's not tearing up stages the world over with A Day To Remember, frontman Jeremy McKinnon somehow finds the time to produce hits with a whole bunch of other bands. Busy guy.
Kicking off 2019 in the best way.
Are we about to get new Wage War music?
Corinne Cumming captured all the action from on and off stage at August Burns Red's London headliner, with support from Wage War.
A masterclass in how to make an epic song even more epic.
It takes a village.
There are few things we we love more than a mosh call. That one moment in a song when you know it is going to go down in a big way. The catalyst for absolute hell to be unleashed. We love them so much that we felt like we should list all of our favourites.
Of Mice & Men hit London's Koko with support from Sylar and Wage War.