Wax Futures


Wax Futures are a mathy post-hardcore band from Telford, Shropshire, the birthplace of the industrial revolution.

Like their industrious forefathers the three-piece aren’t afraid to break the mould: mixing deliciously dirty refrains and combining them with pounding percussion to create a sound that would even have the 18th Century Ironmasters tapping their feet.  Now for what the sound like?  Draw a venn diagram of mid-nineties emo and early naughties British post-hardcore and you’ll be somewhere on the mark.

Here is the latest single from Wax Future’s latest album ‘Museum Of Everything’ called ‘The 90’s Called, It Wants Yr Misspent Youth Back’. Watch the music video below!

Over the past few years the band have plied their trade in Birmingham and beyond, having played alongside the likes of Idles, Tall Ships, Alpha Male Tea Party, Bear Makes Ninja, Cleft and The JCQ.  The band have become renowned for their explosive live shows, often leaving a trail of sweat and destruction in their wake.

Also from ‘Museum Of Everything’ is the music video for the single ‘(My Body Is A) Landfill’ watch the video below!

With a string of singles, and 2017’s mini-album ‘The Museum of Everything’ under their collective belts, 2018 looks set to be another busy year with the band wanting to flex their muscles and take ‘The Museum…’ out on the road.  We hope you’ll join them for the ride. Wax Futures are: Graham Reynolds on guitar and lead vocals, Kieran Roycroft on bass and backing vocals, and Danny Jewkes on drums.

Let’s see what Wax Futures has to say about Vocalzone!

“As a band, we have been using Vocalzone since we formed, and would not hit the road without it! Playing in a heavier band I can rely on Vocalzone to keep my throat in condition and ensure I can keep on top of the melodies!”

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Written by Dan Manley

Love for all things heavy, Dan is a big fan of the metal scene! Keep an eye out at your local festival, you see a man in a Vocalzone Tee, chances are it's Dan Manley! Endorsements Co-Ordinator at VZ