War of Ages

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War of Ages
Also known as Point Zero (2002–2005)
Origin Erie, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Genres Christian metal, metalcore
Years active 2002–present
Labels Strike First, Facedown
Website www.warofagesmetal.com

War of Ages (sometimes abbreviated WoA, formerly known as Point Zero) is an American Christian metalcore[1] band formed during the summer of 2002 in Erie, Pennsylvania.

The band's self-titled debut album War of Ages was released in July 2005 on Strike First Records and in February 2006, they were moved to the Facedown Records roster and recorded their second full-length album, Pride of the Wicked, released in September 2006. Arise and Conquer was released in 2008. The band's fourth offering Eternal, was released April 13, 2010, produced by cc from As I Lay Dying. In a Radio U interview with Jaddeus, Leroy revealed that the new album would feature guest vocals from Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying and Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D.. Their seventh studio album Supreme Chaos was released on July 22, 2014.

Christianity[edit]

The band is known for their strong Christian faith which is expressed in their lyrics. In a 2009 radio interview with The Full Armor of God Broadcast, Leroy professed that as Christians the band wants to "Make a difference in a world that's covered in darkness."[2]

Band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

War of Ages discography
Releases
Studio albums 7
EPs 1
Singles 7
Music videos 8
Studio albums
Music videos
  • "Stand Your Ground" (directed by: Facedown Records)
  • "Strength Within" (directed by: Facedown Records)
  • "Through the Flames" (directed by: Andy Reale)
  • "All Consuming Fire" (directed by: Andy Reale)
  • "Collapse" (directed by: Drew Russ)
  • "Silent Night" (directed by: DJ Cosgrove)
  • "Redeemer" (lyric video)
  • "From Ashes" (directed by: Matt Spencer)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hill, Stephen (16 September 2014). "WAR OF AGES: SUPREME CHAOS". Metal Hammer. Retrieved 28 January 2015. Metalcore crew offer lots of hooks, not a lot of catch 
  2. ^ "War of Ages radio interview". The Full Armor of God Broadcast. Retrieved August 20, 2010. 

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