News From the Front

This page is used to pass on the latest news from Love Commandos HQ.


The Shed in Leicester is confirmed as a future site of the ongoing aural campaign – 20th November 2011

Posted by Neil Horsburgh on Nov 6, 2011 in Band news

Love Commandos will be playing The Shed in Leicester on the evening of Sunday 20th November. Entry on the door is, we believe, £5. Please mention that you are coming to see us specifically if you do turn up. Doors are open at 19:00.

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More songs

Posted by zakala on Jul 10, 2011 in Band news

Love Commandos have found time to add some new songs to their repertoire, notably “Sex on Fire” by The Kings of Leon and “The Bitter End” by Placebo. While the summer holidays are on the horizon the Commandos are practicing hard for a private gig in October.

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Out in the Fields

Posted by zakala on Feb 7, 2011 in Music news

The Love Commandos are sad to note the sudden death of seminal rock and blues guitarist Gary Moore. Moore played with Skid Row and Thin Lizzy as well as having a successful solo career that produced twenty studio albums. Admired by other musicians, Moore was best known for his UK top ten hits “Out in the Fields” and “Parisienne Walkways”.
Gary Moore, the Love Commandos salute you!

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The sleeper awakens

Posted by zakala on Jan 26, 2011 in Music news

Druidspear promotional image "Return of the Broken Sorcerer"While the Love Commandos take a short winter break, news has reached Love Commandos HQ of something stirring in Somerset. It seems that Druidspear have appeared in disguise and that they now have a new website ready for launch on 11/02/2011.
Best wishes to them in their new incarnation from the Love Commandos – we hope to play with you soon – especially if you can get us on at Glastonbury 😉

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“Siren” review at

Posted by zakala on Nov 6, 2010 in Album news, Band news

“Siren” has been reviewed by who said,

Love Commandos will blast straight forward 90’s rock and post grunge through your inner ear, all enhanced by riff laden rock tunes.

Reads the full review at:

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