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Ginger Wildheart’s top 10 favourite albums part 2

You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead: So Divided High octane modern band who certainly don'y play by the rules and have...

High On Fire: NQ Live, Manchester – live review

...the old Motorhead manta certain applies, “Everything louder than everything else”.

K-X-P: II – album review

"The record should make them bigger and more popular ..."

Girlschool: The Bronze Years Boxset – album review

a head rush of proper old British Biker Rock’n’Roll metal punk over three albums and a patchy cross between American Rock and British Glam sensibilities on the fourth.

Revenge of the Psychotronic Man – interview

We chat to the band following the release of their latest album

Dinosaur Jr – interview

Dinosaur Jr's Murph talks to us ahead of Tokyo performance.

Supersonic Festival: Birmingham – festival review

Noise is still for heroes. See you at Supersonic 2013.

Recent Ace Records Releases Roundup

A round-up of the latest releases from Ace Records

Maximum RnR, The Dementias and Vincent And The OnePotts – live review

The singer ends up by the end of the second song with his trousers round his ankles.

New band of the day : Black Moth

great filthy noise from Leeds

An epic interview with Lemmy – by John Robb

'It was like an alien had come to visit us with guitars…\' an epic interview with Lemmy

Send in the cavalry, Lemmy sticks it to the bankers

fed up with the bankers? wondering what rock n roll is gonna do about it? Motorhead have released a brilliant new single and it's also...





Fader: In Shadow – album review

Electronic, pop and experimental – it’s all here.

Dr Who – The Abominable Snowmen – album review

Dr Who The Abominable Snowmen brings to life a long lost episode of the much loved TV favourite. Matt Mead walks into a police box to review for Louder Than War.

Paul and The Tall Trees – So Long – album review

Paul & The Tall Trees release their new long player So Long on Big Crown records continuing their rapid clime to the upper echelons of soul. Matt Mead reviews the album for Louder Than War.

The Sisters Of Mercy: Roundhouse, London – live review

The realisation that Eldritch is still a magnificent mystery is present amongst the crowd and The Sisters Of Mercy remain, on any Eldritch line up, in the skin. I hope he never changes.Shuffling out, I notice that everybody is smiling. There is jubilance in the dark.

Ronnie Burns: This Is Ronnie Burns – album review

Ronnie Burns - This Is Ronnie Burns RPM CD/DL Released 20 September 2019 Compilation of the works of...