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Xibalba: Tierra Y Libertad – album review

Pomona California five piece Xibalba dropped their eagerly awaited third long player back in January, a colossal fusion of hardcore and death metal.

Atari Teenage Riot: Reset – album review

Atari Teenage Riot’s sixth album blends their trademark hardcore techno with blistering, of the moment politics.

Claw Marks: Old Blue Last, London – live review

Claw Marks Old Blue Last, London 8th Jan 2015 Photos by Keira Cullinane Bruised and bloodied, noise-rockers Claw Marks tear London's Old Blue Last a new one. Louder...

The Year In Hardcore: Nick Mann Rounds Up Some Of His Favourite Records and Gigs Of 2014

The Year In Hardcore: Nick Mann Rounds Up Some Of His Favourite Records and Gigs Of 2014

Full Of Hell: Full Of Hell & Merzbow – album review

The album that solidifies full of Hell as one of the most prominent crossover bands within the grindcore / hardcore / noise scenes.

Clipping: 100 Club London – live review

Noise-rap crue clipping. played a rare UK show last week. Keith Goldhanger was there for Louder Than War.

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.

S.L.U.G: Detect Denounce Destroy – Album review

S.L.U.G - Detect Denounce Destroy (SLUG) CD Out now SLUG attack the "Tory Fatherland", animal abusers, the ruling class and fascists over 13 tracks of mid-fast paced...

Perc Trax: Slowly Exploding – album review

get writing your Xmas list and make sure this is on it.

Excel: Split Image – album review

Excel - Split Image (Southern Lord) CD / DL / LP Out Now Bridging the gap between metal and hardcore, US legends in their own right Excel...

Baby Godzilla: Birmingham Asylum – live review

There's more to Baby Godzilla than confrontation, Christopher Lloyd see complexity and sincerity in the energy and the power.





Fold: The Prize – single review

Fold: The Prize (Fold FM) Digital Download/Streaming Available now Yorkshire’s Fold are an intoxicating musical blend of funk,...

Duncan Reid & the Big Heads: Don’t Blame Yourself – album review and interview

Duncan Reid and the Big Heads: Don't Blame Yourself Little Big Head Records Out Now LP/CD/DL Duncan...

Jonny Banger: Diary of a Bootlegger – book review

Diary of a Bootlegger (Rough Trade Books) Out Now Diary of a Bootlegger tells a story...

Nile Marr : interview about his new EP and a musician’s life

The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”