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The Mutants: Tokyo Nights – album review

The Mutants new album sees London sleaze punk meeting Japanese brethren (and sisters!) in a tag-team surf-punk mash-up.

The Cathode Ray: Infinite Variety – album review

Louder Than War reviews 'Infinite Variety', the second album by arch pop-conceptualists The Cathode Ray.

Such a holy place to be – Holy Holy live review!

So there was the Spider. Bowie drummer Woody Woodmansey live in London.

Ty Segall: Gorilla, Manchester – live review

Psych-rocker Ty Segall rolled in to Manchester earlier this week. Louder Than War's Michael Halpin was there.

Suzi Quatro: The Girl From Detroit City – album review

One of music’s true legends finally acknowledged in a career spanning release.

The Quireboys: Black Eyed Sons – album review

The Quireboys are back with an album to mark their 30th anniversary. Louder Than War's Martin Haslam reviews.

The Ghost Wolves: Man, Woman, Beast – album review

Boy/girl, one string guitar garage snarl from Austin, Texas based The Ghost Wolves on Dead Boy Cheetah Chrome's new label.

Sontaag: Sontaag – album review

Sontaag release their self-titled debut, a progressive effort centred around a sci-fi narrative. Louder Than War's Dom Walsh reviews.

Steel Panther: All You Can Eat – album review

Following Andy's live review of Steel Panther he returns to assess their new album, asking is is "a vast progression from the last one, 2011's "Balls Out" or just more of the same?" and concluding "well, a bit of both really."

Ghost Dance: Stop The World (Expanded Edition) – album review

Louder Than War reappraises the reissued major label soft rock goth album from Ghost Dance, ex-Sister Of Mercy and Skeletal Damily singer.

Cheap Time: Exit Smiles – album review

Latest LP of garage rock with questionable production values from Cheap Time. Chris Lockie listens.

Oh Yes We Can Love: A History of Glam Rock – 5-Disc box set review

For Louder Than War Fergal Kinney reviews a major new box set compilation about glam rock, Oh Yes We Can Love.

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