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Various Artists: EVIL – album review

Simon Tucker is moved by the Deathbomb Arc charity compilation - EVIL - that, motivated by evil and injustice, surprises and terrifies, educates and informs.

Nasty Little Lonely: Son Of The Flies – EP review

Like a post-punk jazz band on crack - Nasty Little Lonely release their deliciously schizophrenic debut EP. A band to watch, says Louder Than War's Anne Johanna.

Multiple Tap Festival: Cafe Oto, London – live review

Live review of one of major events in the experimental music calendar. Abrasive and confrontational? Yes, but something to savour, says Louder Than War.

Peg / Hand Habits: Split EP – ep review

Avi Buffalo's drummer Sheridan Riley debuts Peg, his brand new psych-rock solo project via a split with Hand Habits. For Louder Than War Nat Lyon reviews.

Coil / NIN: Recoiled – album review

Back to the roots of Industrial music, five Coil re-mixes of Trent Reznor classics finds Simon Tucker hypnotised and energised by the enduring power of Nine Inch Nails.

New Artist of the Day: White Suns – check out new video by bludgeoning Brooklyn Noiseniks

New Artist of the Day: White Suns. Check out the new video by bludgeoning Brooklyn Noiseniks White Suns.

Tunnels Of Ah: Lost Corridors – album review

Tunnels Of Ah is the new project of former Head Of David vocalist Stephen Ah Burroughs and Lost Corridors is the debut release. Simon Tucker reviews.

Louder Than War Premiere: New Video by Haus of PINS signed MiSTOA POLTSA

Louder Than War Premiere: New Video by Haus of PINS signed band MiSTOA POLTSA who make wigged out psych / garage rock.

Sunn O))) and Ulver: Terrestrials – album review

...2014 now sees the release of one of the most hotly anticipated colaborations between two colossal bands.

Louder Than War Video Premiere: The Jelas

Premieres of a new video by The Jelas, a band who make wonderfully fun, skittish, lofi / DIY dissonant pop noise.

Dum Dum Girls: Too True – album review

Capturing the change that Dum Dum Girls have undergone in recent years, Too True is the culmination of all the promise that has proceeded it.

The Velvet Underground: White Light / White Heat (40th Anniversary reissue) – album review

Described as "one of the most confrontational and inspirational second albums ever made by a rock band" we review the reissued version of Velvet Underground's magnum opus.

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