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Iron Maiden: London – live review

We catch the second night of Iron Maiden's London stint on their Book of Souls tour - including huge gallery of the iconic band

Napalm Death: Birmingham, 02 Institute – live review

You never know what you’re going to get at a Napalm Death gig - Sophie Sparam found out when she caught them in Birmingham earlier in May.

Trans AM: California Hotel – album review

US electro-rockers Trans AM return with new album. Jay Stansfield of All Hail Hyena reviews.

Tuath – Things I Don’t Know – EP Review

A fourth EP from Donegal band Tuath and it's a compelling listen.

Bullet For My Valentine – live review

Bullet For My Valentine/Killswitch Engage/Cane Hill Bournemouth O2 Academy 25 November 2016 Live Review Bullet For My Valentine roll into Bournemouth with Cane Hill and Killswitch Engage to...

The Poisoned Glass: 10 Swords – Album review

The Poisoned Glass: 10 Swords (Ritual Productions) LP | CD | DL Available now These doom-laden bass and synth bangers will give all but the toughest listeners...

Butcher Babies: The Scene, Swansea – live review

Butcher Babies | Sumo Cyco The Scene, Swansea 15th April 2016 Swansea welcomes some seriously loud metal and Louder Than War reviewer Ioan Humphreys was there to get covered in...

Mushroomhead: London – live review

Mushroomhead brought their infamous circus freak-show to Camden's Electric Ballroom

Crossfaith: Portsmouth – live review

Crossfaith & The One Hundred Wedgewood Rooms Portsmouth 17 March 2016 Japanese metal monsters Crossfaith are back in the UK with support from the One Hundred and...

Parkway Drive: O2 Academy Brixton, London – live review

Parkway Drive | Bury Tomorrow | Thy Art Is Murder O2 Academy Brixton, London 12th February 2016 Parkway Drive’s Ire tour stopped off in London last weekend...

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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