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Rock Out with Wage War and Nothing More on Their Co-Headlining North American Tour


WAGE WAR + NOTHING MORE are pleased to announce their co-headline North American 2024 tour including special guests Veil of Maya and Sleep Theory. Beginning on Tuesday, April 16 in Charlotte, NC, the tour will end on Friday, May 17 in Indianapolis, IN. All dates are below. You can access and purchase tickets here.


In 2015, Wage War emerged on the scene with their debut, Blueprints, featuring Briton Bond on vocals, Cody Quistad on rhythm guitars and clean vocals, Seth Blake on lead guitars, Chris Gaylord on bass, and Stephen Kluesener on drums. The Florida quintet broke through with the release of 2017's Deadweight, which produced two fan favorites, "Alive" and "The River." Several magazines, including Metal Injection, New Noise, Metal Hammer, and Rock Sound, praised the release for its "constantly evolving genres." The band recorded in Los Angeles for the first time for 2019's Pressure with producer Drew Fulk (Motionless in White, Lil Peep, IDKHOW), delivering a bold body of work, logging countless miles on the road, accumulating millions of streams, and garnering press accolades from Billboard and Modern Drummer. It wasn't until 2021's Manic that the fivesome reached their peak. It was a head-turning chart success, landing on multiple Billboard charts — #5 Digital; #8 Hard Music; and #12 Rock. Fans were able to catch Wage War at numerous festivals which include Welcome To Rockville, Download, Rock am Ring, and Park. These past few years, they have hit the road with massive artists which include A Day To Remember, Three Days Grace, Falling in Reverse, and more. Their single from their latest album Manic, "Circle The Drain" hit #1 on Octane BIG UNS Countdown. Wage War remains hard at work on their eagerly awaited fifth album.






Nothing More is regarded as one of rock's most popular acts, bridging the gap between populism and intimacy with every performance. An unapologetically massive anthem is built from catchy hooks by this San Antonio, Texas-based band. Emotionalism that goes beyond crowd-pleasers leads to heady, confessional, thought-provoking content. The rich melodicism reminds one of Tool or Deftones with every listen, offering fresh rewards. BETTER NOISE MUSIC released SPIRITS the deluxe version of Nothing More's critically acclaimed 2022 album, which was nominated for three Grammy Awards. The group consists of Jonny Hawkins on vocals, Mark Vollelunga on guitars, Daniel Oliver on bass, and Ben Anderson on drums.  SPIRITS combines unapologetically massive anthems, catchy hooks, and progressive music with introspective, philosophical lyrics and thought-provoking emotionalism. It was accompanied by their very own meta-personality test, SPIRITS TEST which was the inspiration for NOTHING MORE's first-ever graphic novel SPIRITS VOL.1 via Z2 Comics.



WAGE WAR + NOTHING MORE ON TOUR: WITH VEIL OF MAYA + SLEEP THEORY:

4/16 — Charlotte, NC  — The Fillmore

4/17 — Birmingham, AL  — Avondale Brewing Company

4/18 — New Orleans, LA  — The Fillmore

4/20 — Austin, TX  — Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater*

4/22 — Grand Junction, CO  — Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park (Outdoor)

4/24 — Riverside, CA  — Riverside Municipal Auditorium

4/28 — Albuquerque, NM — Revel Entertainment Center

4/30 — Kansas City, MO — The Midland Theatre

5/1 — Des Moines, IA  — Val Air Ballroom

5/3 — Green Bay, WI  — EPIC Event Center

5/4 — East Moline, IL  — The Rust Belt

5/5 — Omaha, NE  — The Astro

5/7 — Madison, WI  — The Sylvee

5/8 — Grand Rapids, MI  — GLC Live at 20 Monroe*

5/10 — Bethlehem, PA  — Wind Creek Event Center*

5/14 — Norfolk, VA  — The NorVA

5/15 — Greensboro, NC  — Piedmont Hall

5/17 — Indianapolis, IN  — Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

*NO SLEEP THEORY


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