Deadweight

Wage War - Deadweight
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 21 ratings
Liked by 3 people
August 4, 2017 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Metal Hammer
Overall, this slickly produced mix of unapologetically aggressive vocals, soaring choruses, crunchy riffs and effective breakdowns is authentic, emotional and strangely therapeutic.
80
Exclaim!

Fans of metalcore will know that Wage War aren't doing anything particularly new on Deadweight, but their efforts to blend heavy music's subgenres sets them a cut above their contemporaries.

75
Metal Injection

All in all, while this isn't the freshest or even honestly the best metalcore album around, there is still a lot of things that are done extremely well on Deadweight. It's a pretty solid album, but I would really only recommend it to other fans of this subgenre.

CherryChase
76

The epitome of late 2010’s bouncy metalcore
This would not have been as fun of a listen as it was without the dense as hell production & mix.

twodaysslow
77

The aggressiveness is there and so are the chunky riffs.

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Track List

  1. Two Years
  2. Southbound
  3. Don't Let Me Fade Away
  4. Stitch
  5. Witness
  6. Deadweight
  7. Gravity
  8. Never Enough
  9. Indestructible
  10. Disdain
  11. My Grave is Mine to Dig
  12. Johnny Cash
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Added on: August 27, 2019