A lot has happened since WAR ON WOMEN burst out of Baltimore’s activist community in 2010 as an unapologetically
intersectional feminist hardcore punk band. In their early days, even some of their peers found their politics “extreme”
but in the years since, feminism has undeniably gone mainstream, as evidenced by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements and superstars like Beyonce incorporating it into their personal brands. There’s also been backlash, from the growth of the alt-right out of misogynist message boards, to an actual rapist landing in the White House where he’s spent the past four years pouring gasoline on the flames of hatred and division, rather than striving toward unity. That’s all to say, that in the midst of this tumultuous period of American history, and especially with the crucial 2020 election looming on the horizon, WAR ON WOMEN’s unrelenting vision and ferociously vital messages are more necessary than ever before. Their new album Wonderful Hell is a call to action, even when every step forward feels like it’s met with a landslide back. So take a breath, recharge, and then join WAR ON WOMEN, because it’s time to raise some Wonderful Hell.