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Marilyn Manson – Manchester O2 Apollo – live review

Marilyn Manson O2 Apollo, Manchester 4 December 2017 Nigel reports back from a ‘difficult’ Marilyn Manson gig at the O2 Apollo, Manchester for Louder Than War. A first...

Vukovar: Puritan – album review

It is, nothing short of brilliant

Di Auger: Drinking Songs For The Dead – album review

Di Auger build on Toronto's fine Goth/ Industrial heritage with their fourth album Drinking Songs For The Dead.

Einstürzende Neubauten: Boiler Shop, Newcastle – live review

A beguiling and brilliant set from German Industrial pioneers Einstürzende Neubauten in a venue which couldn't have been anymore suited to them.

Tensheds: The Dandy Punk Prince – Guest review by Liz Keating (We Are Quasars)

Tensheds is certainly a unique talent and, while his music resides in a very definite niche

Marc Almond: Trials Of Eyeliner (The Anthology 1979/2016) – album review

Trials Of Eyeliner is the exceptional story of a national treasure.

The Mission: O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London – live review

The Mission O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London 8th October 2016 2016 marks the 30th anniversary for goth legends The Mission and they celebrate with a new album...

Preoccupations: Preoccupations – album review

Preoccupations  - Preoccupations (Flemish Eye/Jagjaguwar) CD/LP/Cassette/DL 9/10 Preoccupations move past the controversy surrounding their former name through dark and dreamy post-punk on their latest. Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj reviews. While a self-titled release can...

Ist Ist and Jekyll: The Soup Kitchen, Manchester – live review

Ist Ist & Jekyll The Soup Kitchen Manchester 27th August Stockport's Ist Ist sold out the Soup Kitchen on Saturday night with their own brand of dark, intense,...

Mortiis: Birmingham, O2 Institute – live review

Mortiis Birmingham, O2 Institute 26th May 2016 Sophie Sparham reviews Mortiis's live show, Demons are Back. It may have been five year since his last release, but Mortiis...

Neck Deep | Creeper | WSTR : Beckett Students’ Union, Leeds – Live Review

 Neck Deep | Creeper | WSTR Beckett Students' Union, Leeds 19th April 2016 Heading to Leeds for a belter of a Tuesday night; Louder Than War’s...

Fields of the Nephilim: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

Fields of the Nephilim O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 21st Dec 2015 Fields of the Nephilim rode into Kentish Town last week for their annual pre-Christmas gathering....

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Los Campesinos!: Islington Assembly Hall – live review

Los Campesinos return to the Capital to celebrate the 10th anniversery of their third album Romance is Boring. Louder Than War's Dave Beech was there.

Brian James from the Damned says music needs a ‘kick up the arse’ in Guardian interview but is he right?

a recent interview in the Guardian the brilliant Brian James - who was the guitarist, songwriter and mastermind behind the first two Damned albums claims that music needs a kick up the arse.

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage – album review

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage Thrill Jockey Records LP/CD/DL Out Now! Buy This...

DIIV: SWX, Bristol – live review

DIIV SWX, Bristol 22nd February 2020 Shoegazers DIIV kick off their UK tour behind their new album...

Les Amazones D’Afrique ‘AMAZONES POWER’ : album review ‘5 star release from Mali of modern African women empowering pop’

This is no retro world music exercise though but thoroughly modern 21st-century pop record and so it should be. Music should never be made for musicologists and Les Amazones D'Afrique combination of homespun melody and modern urban pop is stunningly effective.