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Fat Goth: One Hundred Percent Suave – album review

Dundonian quirk-rock loons and Louder Than War faves Fat Goth return with third album musing on the weirder pleasures of the flesh. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

Satyricon: Satyricon – album review

Stalwarts of the infamous Norwegian Black metal scene, Satyricon (who also contain some of the founding fathers of said scene) have recently returned with their 8th studio album in ten years. Dom Walsh reviews it for us.

Watain Interview – and Preview of UK Tour

Louder Than War interviews Watain. "Some people considered the world trade centre collapse as a terrorist action, others as an act of utmost Divinity!"
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Cabbage: Amanita Pantherina – album review

Cabbage are back with an incendiary album of abrasive wonk punk that ups the game reckons Wayne AF Carey...

Deftones: Ohms – album review

Deftones Ohms Reprise, Warner Bros All formats Out 25 September   Deftones release their first album since 2016's Gore, but...

Anti Pasti – 1980-1983 The Albums – album review

Anti Pasti - 1980-1983 The Albums Captain Oi 3CD/DL Out now New 3CD set featuring everything recorded by...

Dave Brock still space rocking away as he nears his eighth decade

There’s not many artists who can credibly claim to have invented a new genre...

Listen to This! KnightressM1 rewrites progressive female-fronted metal

If you never thought it was possible to combine elements of Whitesnake, Kristin Hersh’s 50FOOTWAVE, Florence and the Machine, Perfect Circle and Metallica in one virile potion, think again.