"Glass City" appears on new self-titled album, available now; See them on tour with Anti-Flag in May
"…the frontwoman...writes blunt manifestoes, then shouts them rousingly. On her band’s new self-titled album (on Bridge Nine), she’s on high alert, poking holes in hypocrisy and male privilege and cultures of silence about violence against women." - The New York Times
Baltimore's feminist punk heroes War On Women have premiered a brand new video for the track "Glass City" over on Bitch Magazine.  This track appears on the band's recently released, self-titled debut full-length which tackles issues of institutionalized sexism and patriarchy through an uproarious blend of riot grrrl, thrash and rock with sarcastic dalliances and furious aggression.   Featuring 11 tracks, the album was  recorded with J. Robbins at the Magpie Cage (Against Me!, Coliseum, Lemuria) and is a natural progression for the band and a little more polished than their previous efforts, while remaining as blistering as ever. 
War On Women formed in 2010 by several veterans of the Baltimore rock scene, including members of AVEC and Liars Academy.  The band's furious live sets capture all of the brevity and intensity of hardcore punk with another level of lyrical and musical sophistication.  This May, War On Women will support punk rock stalwarts Anti Flag on a string of shows that'll take them from the Midwest out to Denver (with more shows to be announced soon).  
More War On Women info coming soon.  Keep up with them on FacebookTwitter, and listen to their releases onBandcamp.


May 14  Newport, KY @ South Gate House *
May 15  St. Louis, MO @ Fubar *
May 17  Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar *
May 18  Des Moines, IA @ Wooly's *
May 20  Ft. Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre *
May 21  Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theater *
* w/ Anti Flag, The Homeless Gospel Choir

War On Women, War On Women Track Listing:
1.  Servilia
2.  Say It
3.  Meathead
4.  Second Wave Goodbye
5.  Swagger
6.  Roe V. World
7.  Glass City
8.  Jordan
9.  Pro-Life?
10.  YouTube Comments
11.  Diana La Cazadora