Today, dynamic London-based duo WARGASM uncover the stunning music video for their latest single “Modern Love.” . It sets the stage for the impending arrival of their anxiously awaited debut album Venom on October 27th.

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The clip continues what has quickly become a tradition of cinematic visuals for the band. Intense closeups evoke the energy of the song on-screen. At the same time, the duo of Milkie Way and Sam Matlock immediately transfix with unbridled charisma as the ultimate 21st century sonic rogues.

Right out of the gate, this atomically catchy banger gained traction on DSPs in addition to attracting acclaim. Beyond plugs from DORK, KERRANG!, and more, Revolver praised it as “slinky,” and Mxdwn proclaimed, “Wargasm are the pinnacle middle ground found in-between heavy metal, electronic, rave, alternative and industrial created by Milkie Way and Sam Matlock.” Rock Sound dubbed it “enthralling.”

On the track the band said: “Love is war. Modern love is war. We live in an age where we’re connected by wires and signals and satellites but we’ve never been further apart from each other. We live in a lonely period of time. “Modern Love” is our answer to the fragility and self harming nature of love in the 21st century. This is our deranged love anthem. A true Britney moment with a Nine Inch Nails backbone running throughout, doused in Deftones inspired guitars. We’re all in love, until we’re not.”

“Modern Love” tempers guttural distortion with glossy synths, striking a balance between heavy musicality and hypnotic hooks. Over a grimy riff that’s as thick as a 2×4, Milkie Way warns, “It’s modern love, and it’s war,” in her unmistakable melodic croon. From there, the song spirals back into the gleeful insanity this duo specialize in!

It also lands in the wake of their recent anthem “Bang Ya Head” [feat. Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit]. Beyond generating 296K Spotify streams and 108K YouTube views on the music video, it picked up widespread praise. Revolver raved, “it’s a party-metal rager in the LB tradition, readymade for breaking stuff, possibly your neck while banging your head, as the song suggests.” KERRANG! christened it “explosive,” and mxdwn applauded, “The track is an undeniable attack on all of the senses, from danceable electronics, to thrashing guitars and powerful vocals courtesy of Milkie Way and Durst.”



As a true standout, “Bang Ya Head” distills WARGASM’s controlled chaos into a focused and frenetic burst of energy. The track itself bounces between glitchy rave-ready electronics, gnashing teeth-gritting guitars, and quotable rhymes only to culminate on a lyrical volley between Milkie Way and Fred. He urges, “Keep banging your head until you’re breaking your neck. Milkie counters with a nod to Bizkit’s classic “My Generation” with the warning, “You’re in the jungle punk!” After the band opened for Limp Bizkit last year on their 2022 tour, they teamed up on the soon-to-be-iconic track. 

The moment doubles as a figurative passing of the torch, enshrining WARGASM as boundary-breaking nu metal’s heir apparent. 

It followed the single “Do It So Good.” The latter has already piled up half-a-million total streams and counting in addition to earning critical acclaim. Beyond plugs from the likes of UPSET and more, Revolver summed it up succinctly as “fiery.” Right out of the gate, Louder named it one of “the best alt. rock songs you’ll hear this week, and proclaimed, “Rowdy and ferocious, ‘Do It So Good’ sees the fast-rising alt rock duo bring the rave to the mosh pit as they fuse together The Prodigy’s anarchic sound with a lethal metal edge.

The music video for the track equally matched the intensity as it sees Milkie Way and Sam Matlock performing live and in a distorted glitch screen video tunnel.

In addition to the album, fans can pre-order limited vinyl variants and exclusive merch at www.wargasm.online.



After touring with Enter Shikari and Limp Bizkit at the end of last year (and into top of this year), Wargasm just supported Corey Taylor on his Us tour. They also performed at this year’s Louder Than Life Festival and Aftershock Festival. All this done in time to head back to the UK where they will be performing at their largest headline shows to date including Shepherds Bush Empire on December 16th and will then join BabyMetal on their European tour. Fans can check out the full list of dates below and at https://www.wargasm.online/tour-dates.
The band have also announced the following album signing events, where they will be playing Guitar Hero with fans.
October 27th – London, Black Heart – Venom Album Pop Up Event 
October 30th – Bristol, Rough Trade – Guitar Hero + album signing 
November 1st – Nottingham, Rough Trade – Guitar Hero + album signing 
In addition, they were selected to perform at Spotify’s misfits 2.0 Anti-Prom on October 26th at The Steel Yard in London. All proceeds will be donated to Youth Music, a charity committed to offering music-making opportunities to young people across the UK. Wargasm will be sharing the stage with Jazmin Bean, Cody Frost, ALT BLK ERA, Deijuvhs, and Tokky Horror for the event and fans can purchase tickets here.
Last year, they unleashed EXPLICIT: THE MIXXXTAPE. It piled up 10 million-plus streams, earned raves from the likes of PAPER Magazine, Loudwire (who hailed it as one of their “Best New Debut Rock + Metal Albums of 2022) and Revolver Magazine who said “Wargasm don’t just have the nu-metal sound, they have the swagger.”  Not to mention they have previously been featured on the covers of Alternative Press and KERRANG! Plus, they took home the first-ever “New Noise Award”  at the 2022 KERRANG! Awards.
December 10th           The Mill                                Birmingham, UK%
December 12th           SWG3                                  Glasgow,  UK%
December 13th           O2 Ritz                                 Manchester, UK%
December 14h           SWX                                      Bristol, UK%
December 15th          O2 Shepherds Bush Empire  London, UK%
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