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Lord Kesseli and the Drums – EP Review

Lord Kesseli and the Drums (Ikarus Records) DL/LP Out Now Switzerland. Home of Nucleic Acid, Absinthe, Velcro, the Swiss Army Knife and the Toblerone. It's also been home...

Premiere: MJ Hibbett and The Validators ’20 things to do before you’re 30′

We premiere the new single 20 Things To Do Before You're 30 by MJ Hibbett and the Validators

Metalheadz Music – Release Roundup

As is the norm with all things Metalheadz there has been an onslaught of top quality releases lately with more to come. Simon Tucker...

Interview: My Favorite and Death Party Records

Enduring class-act My Favorite release a great new single on the revived and relocated Death Party Records. Glenn Airey has a chat with main players Michael Avishay and Michael Grace Jr. Pic by Jenny Panic.

Announcing BAT-BIKE’s first studio album: Getting Back

To start 2016 on a high, BAT-BIKE release their first studio album, ‘Getting Back’, on the 29th of January on Trashmouth Records. The experimental...

Meatraffle: Hi Fi Classics – album review

Meatraffle - Hi Fi Classics (Trashmouth Records) Out Now LP/ DL 8/10 Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews the new opus  from Meatraffle. The lead track from the forthcoming album...

Interview: Liam May of Trashmouth Records

Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie interviews Trashmouth Records's head honcho Liam May. Trashmouth Records already have a whiff of notoriety about them, due to their...
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Everything Everything: Re-Animator – album review

Everything Everything - Re-Animator (AWAL) LP | CD | DL Out Now 6/10 Though far from their most...

The Apartments: In And Out Of The Light- album review

The Apartments In And Out Of The Light Talitres Records CD | DL Out now! Brand new LP by...

Dave Kusworth RIP

Legendary Birmingham rock n roller who was more Keef than Keef, Dave Kusworth has died at the age of 60.

Good news for bands as Halifax’s Square Chapel reopens for business

In a rare bit of positive news for the nation’s bands, Halifax’s Square Chapel...

Mercury Rising – a look forward to next week’s Hyundai Mercury Prize

It’s quite possible that this year’s Hyundai Mercury Prize has slipped under the radar....