Dub War

Dub War

Dub War

Last updated: 07 July 2009

Along with 60ft Dolls, Novocaine, Ether and a few others, Dub War emerged from Newport in the early-90s, smack in the middle of the death of grunge and with Britpop about to explode.

They were the least 'indie' of the bunch, instead welding together dub, rap, metal, reggae, ragga and punk into a molten mesh.

Read the full Dub War biography.

Key works

  • Wrong Side Of Beautiful  cover

    Wrong Side Of Beautiful (1996)

    1997's second album with the single Enemy Maker.
  • Pain cover

    Pain (1995)

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