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« Reply #90 on: August 16, 2013, 10:54:11 PM »

I know this mag. It has lately featured Stridder and  Barbrarosa Umtrunk, and previously had a 'feature' on Der Blutharsch and also on that 2CD comp. to Codrenau. In fairness, that one was reasonable enough (and, in fact, is what prompted me to buy what I find a very satisfactory package), but some of the other articles are pretty weak, too brief, and the English is absolutely appalling in places. In fact, the whole thing is a bit on the thin side, and the only reason I ever get it is because of the interviews relating to the martial industrial end  of things. And it doesn't cost that much as far as I remember!
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« Reply #91 on: August 17, 2013, 12:06:31 PM »


There's the COUP DE GRACE publications too. I have 1 or 2 but can't remember the titles.

I think the first one was called "The Final Incision" from 1984.
It's basically like 20 pages of subversive graphics, this issue is featuring art by Nekrophile, Broken Flag, M.B and more.
I should have a scan of it somewhere if anyone's interested...
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« Reply #92 on: September 03, 2013, 10:17:11 AM »

Yep would be nice if you can scan it. Those are the treasures of the scene's history.
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« Reply #93 on: September 06, 2013, 03:47:25 PM »

Came over this good blog w

Scanned fanzines and magazines from late 70s to late 90s on INDUSTRIAL music. Publications from UK, Germany, Japan, plus.

Interviews and more w: Whitehouse, Peter Sotos, Muslimgauze, Nocturnal Emissions, Lagowski, Atrax Morgue, Richard Ramirez, MB, Kurt Kren, Hunting Lodge, The Haters, Death In June, Controlled Bleeding, Sleep Chamber, PGR, Test Dept, Michael Gira/Swans, Vagina Dentata organ, Alvin Lucier, Le Syndicat, Bourbonese Qualk, Boyd Rice (Non), Chris & Cosey, Nails Ov Christ, Broken Flag, RRRecords, Craniocloast, Mail Art, Attrition, Boy Dirt Car, Bondage, Women of the SS.

HERE: http://smallprintpress.blogspot.com.au/



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« Reply #94 on: September 08, 2013, 11:02:40 PM »

Oh yes, the same guy that has this blog "notes from underground" used to put up tapes for download here: http://433rpm.blogspot.dk/

There is a lot of interesting stuff when you dig into the archives.
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« Reply #95 on: September 08, 2013, 11:49:14 PM »

Oh yes, the same guy that has this blog "notes from underground" used to put up tapes for download here: http://433rpm.blogspot.dk/

There is a lot of interesting stuff when you dig into the archives.


I realized that when I started fine reading the zine blog. Very good the music blog - no longer forgotten music - you posted. I highly recommend people to click on the link. Discovered a lot of good records there in the past.  
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« Reply #96 on: October 10, 2013, 05:33:51 PM »

NEW FORCES #1
Good reading! Quite brief. Not perfect lay-out etc, but very nice reading! It's very inspiring to see more and more paper 'zine appear!
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« Reply #97 on: October 11, 2013, 05:04:52 AM »

Great thread! GX thanks for posting that link to the blog, great stuff. Very curious about the Afterbirth Zine (i think that's the name of the big body parts zine), it sounds really fascinating. Is U-Bahn related to Eric Lunde? the print style reminds me of his artwork/layout....

I didn't actually care for ALAP, it's a little sterile for my taste. Some of the info was alright, but overall just a total bore to read. I probably won't be trying to pick up the 2nd issue if it ever happens...

Very interested in that Personal Best mag that came out, I regret sleeping on issue 1...been trying to find it but no luck.

Best I've gotten recently is Fördämning, great fucking zine, truly inspiring stuff. xeroxed/self assembled, unpretentious, extremely affordable (even internationally), and really well written. Sprachlos Verlag interview was really inspiring, I must admit, I was unaware of that label until that point. Will def be picking up the subsequent issues, anyone that hasn't checked it out needs to.
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« Reply #98 on: October 11, 2013, 06:57:13 AM »



Merge this into thread?

http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=167.0

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« Reply #99 on: October 12, 2013, 01:49:10 AM »

has anyone checked out the two Network Magazines that Hanson put out?
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« Reply #100 on: October 13, 2013, 08:50:14 PM »

NEW FORCES #1
Good reading! Quite brief. Not perfect lay-out etc, but very nice reading! It's very inspiring to see more and more paper 'zine appear!


I'm glad you liked it. This first one was an experiment, and overall I'm happy with how it went. I'm not a very creative or artistic guy so the layout was a big challenge - moving forward that's the main area to keep working hard on.

The next issue is currently "in production," expect interviews with Deterge, Justin Lakes (of Muck / Breached Hull / Pusdrainer, talking about the Summer Scum harsh noise and power electronics festival that he has organized twice), Skin Graft, Hostage Pageant, Custodian, a feature on RRR records, 90's Americanoise obsession with Brad Griggs, and some other things that are still being finalized but are very exciting. And, of course, reviews.
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« Reply #101 on: October 15, 2013, 08:45:19 AM »

No new information - just some minor house keeping to have relevant links included this thread:

Spectrum Magazine Archive Issues 1# thru 5#: 1998-2001
Download PDF's of all 5 back issues here: http://spectrummagarchive.wordpress.com/

Noise Receptor Journal Issue 1#: 2013
The physical manifestation of the review blog of the same name.
Details and purchase information here: http://noisereceptor.wordpress.com/physicality/
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« Reply #102 on: October 15, 2013, 04:56:40 PM »

has anyone checked out the two Network Magazines that Hanson put out?

Wasn't it basically just re-printed old flyers and catalogues? Kind of good idea, as some old catalogues are always inspiring to browse... but perhaps I'd rather see thick book of such thing than series of magazines.


NEW FORCES #1
Good reading! Quite brief. Not perfect lay-out etc, but very nice reading! It's very inspiring to see more and more paper 'zine appear!

I'm glad you liked it. This first one was an experiment, and overall I'm happy with how it went. I'm not a very creative or artistic guy so the layout was a big challenge - moving forward that's the main area to keep working hard on.

The next issue is currently "in production," expect interviews with Deterge, Justin Lakes (of Muck / Breached Hull / Pusdrainer, talking about the Summer Scum harsh noise and power electronics festival that he has organized twice), Skin Graft, Hostage Pageant, Custodian, a feature on RRR records, 90's Americanoise obsession with Brad Griggs, and some other things that are still being finalized but are very exciting. And, of course, reviews.

I'm very curious of "90's americanoise obsession" piece. I think among the best stuff of #1 was those pieces where people express their enthusiasm and fanaticism towards other peoples work. Live gigs, best records, even records they want to get but haven't...

Today got in mail copies of REGRESS zine #3. Haven't seen past issues as far as I remember. Some noise content (T.P.R.) but mostly the raw edge of contemporary black metal. Black Cilice, Galloping Shadows,...   I'm kind of bonehead what comes to black metal, and I prefer almost exclusively nordic, slavonic and germanic black metal and mostly bands which have no appeal in "artistic sense". Often slightly uncomfortable seeing this much more modern raw bm as it appeals to operate so different of old ways...

Nevertheless, zine is decent reading, short, to the point, visually neat. Look forward more issues. Hopefully with more industrial/noise content!
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« Reply #103 on: October 16, 2013, 11:21:00 PM »

Some Russian zines (all in Russian):

Fabrika Groz - the oldest one, courtesy of Alexander Lebedev-Frontov (Linija Mass/Stalnoey Pakt/Veprisuicida, Ultra label, etc.). The only issue was supposed to be published in the second half of the 90-ies, but I have no idea whether this actually happened. Some copies were made available a couple of years ago as a bonus for "Turning Virgins Into Doves" VHS. Features several interviews (some original, some translated), reviews and includes Ultra label catalog, which is one of its most important features since some releases are still missing from discogs. The title, which means "Thunderstorms Factory", is actually a pun on Hollywood as "Dream Factory" (wich translates to Russian as "Fabrika Gryoz").

Independent Eletronic Music (IEM), from which Monochrome Vision eventually arose. There was a total of four issues, and the last one came with a compilation CD which featured AMK, Dave Phillips, John Watermann, Lieutenant Caramel, Maeror Tri, PBK and Sigillum S among others.

Action Direct - published by UFA Muzak, only two issues exists, both limited to less than a hundred copies, I believe. The Last Call of Gjallarhorn, also by UFA Muzak, but not as limited and with a compilation CD.

Ostroga - published by the eponymous label. Mostly focusing on the local scene as well as including paintings, drawings, essays and so on by various authors. Two issues, both with compilation CD-Rs. Each single copy partially hand-made and hand-bound.
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« Reply #104 on: December 01, 2013, 10:16:40 PM »

Didn't manage to buy

SLEAZY AND OBSCURE

when it was on sale on FA. Does anybody know where it is still available?
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