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Fvnerals and Dystopian Future Movies: Nottingham – live review

Hometown show for Dystopian Future Movies on their co-headline tour with Fvnerals.

Death Cab For Cutie: Manchester Academy – live review

Death Cab for Cutie w/ Chastity Belt Manchester Academy 1 3rd November 2015 Death Cab for Cutie return to the UK to promote their latest album "Kintsugi"....

Landmarks: Fighting Gravity – ep review

Manchester pop-punks Landmarks wear their hearts on their sleeve, but aren't afraid about getting them soaked in beer either. Louder Than War's Dave Beech rather belatedly reviews their latest EP.

Day Three: Primavera Sound – live review

As the festival closes we're left with so many lasting memories and we have not one but two Seaford Mods reviews from todays blasphemous performances.

Welcome To Live At Leeds: Leeds University – live review

A phenomenal evening provided by 3 of Leeds finest bands, one hometown gig is exciting but when you get three in one night it becomes excitement overload!

Hysterical Injury: Blood Burst – ep review

The phenomenal Hysterical Injury are back with an insane new EP, that sees them showcasing a variety of facets to their sound. Lee Hammond is completely blown away by their versatility and brilliance.

The Front Bottoms: The Garage, London – live review

The Front Bottoms The Garage, London September 5th 2014 The pop-punk/emo revival of the last few years has left a bitter taste in the mouth's of purists,...

Joyce Manor: Never Hungover Again – album review

At 10 tracks and 18 minutes, Joyce Manor's Never Hungover Again is a rush of fraught pop-punk energy.

Blackthorn Festival Day 2: Blackthorn Farm, Stockport – live review

Blackthorn Festival seems to work as a microcosm of your traditional festival experience. Dave Beech reports back from day two of the Stockport jamboree.

Boris: Noise – album review

Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews the new album from one of London's most prolific recording bands, Boris.

Terrafraid: Despondent – album review

Scottish upstarts Terrafraid release Despondant via BandCamp. Louder Than War's Ian Critchley reviews.

Perfect Pussy: Say Yes To Love – album review

A feminist punk-pop missile aimed at the heart of the alt-rock mainstream says Louder Than War’s Paul Margree about Perfect Pussy's brilliant new album.





Shura: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Shura The Ritz, Manchester Monday 18th November 2019 Paul Clarke enjoys a masteclass in moody electropop as...

Kristin Hersh: Trades Club, Hebden Bridge – live review

Kristin Hersh Hebden Bridge Trades Club Tuesday 12th November 2019 Paul Clarke (words and pictures) enters the...

Cerebros Exprimidos: Las Maquetas 1985 – 1988 – album review

Cerebros Exprimidos - Las Maquetas 1985 - 1988 (Punkaway) CD Out Now The demos by Mallorcan hardcore...

Metronomy: The O2 Institute, Birmingham – live review

Metronomy The o2 Institute, Birmingham November 16th 2019 Metronomy bring the UK leg of their successful ‘Metronomy...


Of course this was always going to a great experience. Anton never lets you down and the second single taken from their album, Ghost Rider’ is tripped out lysergic ooze and a wonderful suspension of belief