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Listen to this! Koto Kill: War Zone Premiere

And now for something completely different: the official premiere of 'War Zone', a hard-hitting electro-rock symphony by Koto Kill, aka London producer Gabriel Ralls (formerly of Plastique),...

Lark: The Last Woman – album review

Lark is one such act that pushes the envelope wide open.

Drunk Gods: Found the Lord and Lost Ma Soul – single review

Drunk Gods: Found the Lord and Lost Ma Soul/Pet Hate (self released) CD/DL Available from 2nd Dec (CD)/4th Dec - DL 9/10 Lanarkshire's Drunk Gods follow up their...

Vukovar: Puritan – album review

It is, nothing short of brilliant

Various: 80s Underground Cassette Culture Volume 1 – album review

Head ready to burst, ears ready to bleed, Contort Yourself have pulled off a blinder here.

nTTx: Of Beauty and Chaos – EP review

Is it Beauty or Chaos? Mark Ray reviews for Louder Than War.

Gary Numan: Savage Launch Party – live review

Last night Gary Numan threw an intimate boutique party to launch his new album Savage. Paul Grace was reporting for Louder Than War.

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.

Cubanate ‘Brutalism’ album review

Cubanate 'Brutalism' (Armalyte Industries) CD | DL Rel Date: 5th May 2017 ‘Brutalism’ marks the welcome return of Cubanate; the UK techno/industrial band who burst out of...

Pharmakon: Contact – album review

With latest long player Contact, Pharmakon is presenting noise as communion

Merzbow @ Manchester – live review

Merzbow FAC251, Manchester Thursday 29th September 2016 Japanese noise legend Masami Akita AKA Merzbow stepped onto the narrow dimly lit FAC251 stage, to his left positioned behind...

Alexander Oey: The Sound Of Progress – DVD review

Alexander Oey: The Sound of Progress (Cold Spring) DVD Available now! 8/10 Reissue of classic documentary focusing on a vital sub-culture that blossomed in the mid-late eighties. Simon...

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