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So yeah, issue five of 'The Screever' is now complete; 48 A6 pages of black and white photocopied awesome-ness, featuring interviews with Stourbridge post-metallers MOTHERTRUCKER, Canadian punk / proper-screamo label ZEGEMA BEACH RECORDS, Charlotte from hand-made focussed SHOP IN THE SQUARE, artist / illustrator LUMBERJACK JOE, and local black-metallers ARROGANT DESTRUKTOR, plus a load of reviews, some puzzles, and a guide to bread-making. Trades are very welcome, or you can buy a copy for a…Continue
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Working on the 6th volume of Malice, Alice's Other Sister. The theme of this volume (and when did I start using themes?) is "royal blood"....as in, princesses of the macabre? Kaya and his newest album Nocturne are spamming up the playlists and I'll probably mention Hizaki one-time-too-many and bother 78.2% of Malice readers. (that is all of 3.47 human beans.)…Continue
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ディルアングレイ - Dir en grey : Diru an gurei : Deeru an guu-ray-ee (When said correctly in Japanese it pretty much just sounds like you're stretching out the English pronunciation of Dir en grey. Note: if in English you pronounce DER en grey, that is wrong, it is pronounced closed to DEER en grey, which is how "Diru" in Japanese is just sounding like a…Continue
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Pro Skateboarder Mike Vallely Takes Center Stage As Singer For Black Flag
Ron Reyes the former/new/now former Black Flag singer revealed he's been booted out of the long standing iconic hardcore band Black Flag. Reyes tells…Continue
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Dead Kennedys were a hardcore punk rock band born from San Francisco, California. The underground band also known as simply DK made news world wide for nearly a decade.
During the 1980s the band gained a large underground following in the international punk music scene. Their music mixed the more…Continue
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I moved in with a relative a few months ago, after my girlfriend moved out.…Continue
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In 1979, Black Flag played their first show at Moose Lodge in Redondo Beach, California.
More than 34 years later, Tribute band "Flag" a group comprised of former members Keith Morris (vocals), Chuck Dukowski (bass), Dez Cadena (guitar/vocals) and Bill Stevenson (drums), with Descendents/All guitarist Stephen Egerton, play the Moose Lodge in Redondo Beach, Ca. the site of Black…
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BLACK FLAG MANAGER MIKE VALLELY AND BAND FOUNDER GREG GINN…Continue
So, it's been a good twenty or so months since I last made an issue of 'Larry', but number six finally got finished late last year. This one is A5, 28 pages long, photocopied in black and white, and as always tied with string and wrapped with a cartridge-paper cover with a lil' window cut out.
Amongst other things, this one has writings on a love of…
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Kurt Cobains Top 50 Albums
2. Pixies - Surfer Rosa
Kurt says: A die-cast metal fossil of misplaced draft, with or without the fucking production.…Continue
I also roast my own coffee…
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I have never owned a record label, nor directed a successful merchandise company, so I don't pretend to be an expert on marketing. I have evolved through my craft as a songwriter, but others have labeled it and marketed it and made it neat for consumption.
Although I have made money from Punk, it is a modest amount when one considers the bounty that has been bestowed on the companies that…Continue
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Call for Submissions:
Us Amazonians - A Kirsty MacColl fanzine
Happy Christmas yer arse! I'm looking for essays, non-fiction stories, and artwork about Kirsty MacColl and your experiences with her music. It could be the first time you heard one of her songs, or how her backing vocals on that one Smiths track captured your heart. Maybe her lyrics spoke to you in a certain way, or she was the soundtrack to a memorable night.
• Articles should be 300-1000 words
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