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Eastern Front: Descent into Genocide – album review

Eastern Front - Descent into Genocide (Candlelight Records) CD / DL Out Now UKBM band Eastern Front formed in back in 2006 with a view to taking a...

Pallbearer: Foundation of Burden – album review

Pallbearer – Foundation of Burden (Profound Lore Records) CD / DL / LP Out Now 9.5 / 10 If you only listen to one doom album in...

DAMA/LIBRA: Claw – album review

DAMA/LIBRA's Claw is dark yet ultimately life affirming says Louder Than War's Paul Margree.

The Soft Pink Truth – Why Do The Heathen Rage? – album review

Black metal and EDM, have never exactly been synonymous with each other, but that hasn't stopped The Soft Pink Truth from putting their own electronic spin on some of the genres most well-loved tracks. LTW's Dom Walsh reviews.

Wolves in the Throne Room: Celestite – album review

Groundbreaking Canadian Black Metal band Wolves in the Throne Room have returned from a hiatus with a new album Celestial Linage.

Mount Salem: Endless – album review

Chicago’s Mount Salem create a superb mix of doom laden rock in their debut album, Endless. Dom Walsh stands in awe.

Taake: Sound Control, Manchester – live review

Norwegian black metallers Taake bring their ritualistic pummelling blast beats to a willing crowd in Manchester. Andy Santiago and Dom Walsh were on hand to witness it.

Temples Festival, Day Three: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day three of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of all heavy music genres. Band of the day: Dragged Into Sunlight.

Temples Festival, Day Two: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day two of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of every heavy music genre out there.

Temples Festival, Day One: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day one of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of every heavy music genre out there.

Seventh Circle: Seventh Circle – ep review

Seventh Circle are a five piece hardcore band hailing from Belgium. Dom Walsh enjoys a maelstrom of rage.

Kvelertak | Empress | Wounds: Cockpit, Leeds – live review

Bare chested frontman Erlend strides onstage with a huge owl on his head, it's wings spread wide and eyes illuminated. Andy Santiago reviews Kvelertak at The Cockpit.

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