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New Artist of the Day: Bruja – alt-rock trio release their debut EP

Despite already releasing two full length albums, Barnsley’s Bruja are experiencing somewhat of a re-birth and in the run-up to releasing their debut EP,...

Dog, Paper, Submarine: Signal From Kepler 22b – EP review

How Brian Wilson would sound like on crack cocaine

Forever Cult: Antonio Banderas – listen to brand new track by Leeds based grunge band

Leeds-based proprietors of scuzz Forever Cult follow on from the weight of their previous single Winter's Glow with something slightly more refined.

Mudhoney: The Institute, Birmingham – live review

Mudhoney  The Institute, Birmingham May 27th 2015 Legendary grungers Mudhoney take to the stage at the Birmingham Institute. Louder Than War's Sophie Sparham reports back. I never know...

Babes In Toyland: Gorilla, Manchester – live review

Babes In Toyland Gorilla, Manchester 27th May 2015 Louder Than War's photographer Melanie Smith got down in the heaving mosh pit, whilst Clive K Hammond looked down...

Dommengang: Everybody’s Boogie – album review

pure rock ‘n’ roll, nothing more nothing less

Honey: Weekend Millionaire – album review

Previous Louder Than War new artist of the day, St Austell trio Honey, have just released their debut album.

Fans Of The Heavier Side Of 90s Sub Pop Style Grunge Rejoice – The Mighty Tad Doyle Is Back!

Fans Of The Heavier Side Of 90s Sub Pop Style Grunge Rejoice - The Mighty Tad Doyle Is Back!

Pixies: Doolittle 25 – album review

Simon Tucker reviews the 25th anniversary edition of the Pixies second album, Doolittle, quite possibly their magnum opus.

The Vaselines | Asylums: The Thekla, Bristol – live review

Currently on tour in support of their third album. we caught The Vaselines live at Bristol's the thekla last week.

New Band of the Day: Morning Smoke

Brighton-based noisy post-punkers Morning Smoke catch up with Dave Beech, talking about their forthcoming single, washing up duties and more.

Bare Knuckle Parade: Komedia, Bath – live review

Bare Knuckle Parade started life busking on the streets of Bath, and have fast become the city’s favourite live band. Louder Than War’s Nyika Suttie went to see them off as they start their UK-Wide EP tour.

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