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Transplants: In a Warzone – album review

 Transplants - In a Warzone (Epitaph) CD/ DL Available Now 6/10  Tim Armstrong, Rob Aston and Travis Barker reunite for a second time to release...

Blue Aeroplanes: Manchester Deaf Institute – live review with photos

Live review from Manchester Deaf Institute of a gig by & celebrating The Blue Aeroplanes recently reissued “Beatsongs” double CD.

The Breeders play ‘Last Splash’ in Manchester – live review

The Breeders visit Manchester to play their 'Last Splash' LP in full with support from rising locals Mount Fabric.

Mikal Cronin: MCII – album review

"MCII is destined to be a strong, meaningful album of invigorating self-reflection foretelling bright new beginnings."

Wolf Alice & Best Friends: 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth – live review

Wolf Alice are a band to watch over the coming months. They played a great set in Bournemouth, skipping from one genre to another.

Killing Joke: The Singles Collection 1979-2012 (Box Set) – album review

Louder Than War review the new Killing Joke compilation, "The Singles Collection 1979-2012 (Box Set)".

Supersuckers: Winnipeg, Canada – live review

Louder Than War review a night of great rock and roll at The Pyramid Cabaret in Winnipeg, headlined by The Supersuckers.

The Dropper’s Neck: Second Coming – album review

The Dropper's Neck, from Essex, delivers a high quality, slighty chilling, and very hard rawk album for the masses.

Camp Stag | Hands Out | Moscow: Bad Edit, Stoke on Trent – live review

Glenn Airey watches as three great new bands from Stoke's undervalued music scene, Camp Stag, Hands Out & Moscow come of age.

Nightshame: Shame – EP review

Like the Stooges? You'll love this!

A Sight For Sewn Eyes, Empires Fade, Fall City Fall, Summits: Surya, London – live review

Four hard-working metalcore / hardcore bands play their guts out at a criminally under attended London gig.





Deja Vega: Deja Vega – album review

One of the albums of the year gets the once over from Wayne AF Carey. A promising debut which will stun your senses.

Antifolk pioneer Lach – Emergency Aid Benefit

Louder Than War has log championed the Antifolk founder and pioneer Lach, the Brooklyn-born...

Earth: Gorilla, Manchester – live review

Earth & Helen Money Gorilla, Manchester 11th November 2019 The pioneers of the doom metal scene return...

Factory Records 40th anniversary exhibition curated by Trevor Johnson

Renowned Factory Records graphic designer Trevor Johnson has recently launched an exhibition to mark...

Watch This! Feral Five unveil blistering Ego video directed by Dan Conway

EGO is a dynamic electro tune of power and desire, a take down and take over of monster egos everywhere