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Incubate Festival: Live Review Of Brilliant Festival With Strong Black Metal...

I’m six hours into a black metal binge. It’s been a night of melancholic, guttural voice- growling vocal and distorted guitars- a weird mixture of noise and a hypnotic atmosphere and I’m feeling strange in a good way- lost in a dense, dark and strange world of face paint and sombre music played at high decibel- a place where Kiss meet the journey into the heart of darkness ride of a Joy Division or the Cure when they were doing pornography.

Louder Than War Interview: Dragged Into Sunlight

Dragged Into Sunlight offer an integrity which other artists often cheapen. There are so few secrecies left in contemporary society, those that remain carry an inherent value.

Dragged Into Sunlight announce UK & Irish dates…

Dragged Into Sunlight announce UK dates... Following the overwhelming success of 2012's 'Widowmaker' album (LTW review), Dragged Into Sunlight are again ready to grab the...

Dragged Into Sunlight: Widowmaker – album review

Dragged Into Sunlight is brutal; the aural equivalent of staring into a blackened void.

Dragged Into Sunlight set to release 'Widowmaker'…

Dragged Into Sunlight set to release 'Widowmaker'...   Dragged Into Sunlight, the mysterious Liverpudlian masters of extreme metal have announced their imminent return with their new...




40 years ago R.E.M. played their first ever gig : our man was there and here is his review

In the early hours of the evening, several hundred people gathered around a collapsing episcopal church, only a short walk away from the university's main entrance.


Perception Is The New Reality – Catching Up With IST IST Ahead of The Release of Their Debut Album

Manchester's most haunting and idiosyncratic band are gearing up to release their debut album Architecture. Louder Than War's Dave Beech caught up with them ahead of its release.


LISTEN! Ed Blaney new single ‘Othello’ : it’s brilliant and bonkers

I've played it ten times in a row and it doesnt lose an ounce of its mystery and its directness or its powerful poetry or its power from its pounding drums and massive northern psych stained chorus


Kwaidan – film review

Kwaidan (1964) Director: Masaki Kobayashi Cast: Rentarō Mikuni, Keiko Kishi, Kazuo Nakamura Run time: 183 mins Format: Blu-ray Language: Japanese (with optional...


Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar), Iceland – festival review

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar) Reykjavik, Iceland 26 January to 4 February 2020 Reykjavík's Dark Music Days midwinter festival has...