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Eastern Front: Descent into Genocide – album review

Eastern Front - Descent into Genocide (Candlelight Records) CD / DL Out Now UKBM band Eastern Front formed in back in 2006 with a view to taking a...

Sin Eater Festival: The Bridges, Ratlinghope, Shropshire – festival review

Outsider folk, space rock and a giant wooden hare. Louder Than War's Paul Margree finds something for everyone at Shropshire's Sin Eater festival.

Dearly Beloved: Enduro – album review

Toronto's Dearly Beloved get desert rock in their stoner hearts. Joe Whyte reviews.

Eat Lights Become Lights: Into Forever – album review

they have moved on significantly from the Krautrock and other influences, this is an album for the future, for flying cars and teleportation. It’s a masterpiece in moving forwards, an album for sunshine, clear skies and a view of the moon’s surface.

Klaus Johann Grobe + Scarlett Arcade: The Exchange, Stoke on Trent – live review

Klaus Johann Grobe + Scarlett Arcade: The Exchange, Stoke on Trent - live review. Swiss drum'n'synth duo delight Glenn Airey deep in the Potteries.

USA Out of Vietnam: Crashing Diseases And Incurable Airplanes – album review

Post-rock proggers USA Out Of Vietnam's debut album - a mix of intelligent dense rock and post apocalyptic ambiance

Temples Festival, Day Three: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day three of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of all heavy music genres. Band of the day: Dragged Into Sunlight.

Temples Festival, Day Two: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day two of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of every heavy music genre out there.

Temples Festival, Day One: Motion Skate Park, Bristol – live review

We review day one of the game-changing Temples Festival, whose lineup ran the gamut of every heavy music genre out there.

Sontaag: Sontaag – album review

Sontaag release their self-titled debut, a progressive effort centred around a sci-fi narrative. Louder Than War's Dom Walsh reviews.

Odonis Odonis: Hard Boiled Soft Boiled – album review

Toronto-based genre-benders Odonis Odonis come back with new album Hard Boiled Soft Boiled. Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj reviews.

Eyes & No Eyes: Eyes & No Eyes – album review

Young Brighton noiseniks Eyes & No Eyes arrive with a sparkling, dense debut album. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

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