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Sontag Shogun: Tale – album review

Before we start, let’s just call this album beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

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.

Eyes & No Eyes: Eyes & No Eyes – album review

Young Brighton noiseniks Eyes & No Eyes arrive with a sparkling, dense debut album. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

Man Forever (with So Percussion): Ryonen – album review

Exploratory percussion project, Man Forever release a new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates investigates.

Stephen O’Malley | Aluk Todolo: Manchester Deaf Institute – live review

For Louder Than War Dom Walsh reviews the definitive maverick and boundary pushing king of experimental drone doom who is Stephen O’Malley.

Koen Holtkamp: Motion – album review

True originality is here in enormous amounts and Motion really deserves several listens to fully appreciate its true beauty.

Evian Christ: Waterfall – ep review

The last two years have been a whirlwind of activity for Evian Christ, aka Joshua Leary. Simon Tucker listens to his new single.

Jon Porras: Light Divide – album review

Barn Owl member Jon Porras releases his second album of polymorphic drone. Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

Various Artists: EVIL – album review

Simon Tucker is moved by the Deathbomb Arc charity compilation - EVIL - that, motivated by evil and injustice, surprises and terrifies, educates and informs.

Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra: Koko, London – live review

Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra London, Koko 23 February 2014 Montreal's ragged singers give their latest vision of the apocalypse a live airing. Louder Than War's...

Christina Vantzou: No2. – album review

No2 is one of those rare albums. One that has the power to reinvigorate, enthrall, excite, and beguile in equal measure. Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews.

Thee Silver Mt Zion Orchestra: Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything – album review

Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything is Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra’s first full length album following 2010’s Kollapse Tradixionales.

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