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« on: December 23, 2009, 11:14:42 PM »

I remember when people were talking about "trend" of all the evil and nasty zines out there, which were basically about movies, art, occult, violence, hate, cults, underground of whatever type.

FULL FORCE FRANK's genious newspaper clippings and rants in heavy duty xerox piles. Utmost classics
BOILED ANGEL with Mike Diana's comic and growing number of other stuff in every issue when it proceeded
FUCK, of randall phillips racist vile humor and bad taste
SNUFF IT, journal of the church of euthaniasia
HEADPRESS, uk zine with focus on sex, religion, death.
ANSWER ME! well, everybody knows..
UNDERGROUND FILM BULLETIN source of cinema of transgression
ESKHATOS
ESOTERRA
THE BLACK FLAME...  When in 1996 Church of Satan would feature in cover not only Marilyn Manson, Electric Hellfire Club, but also band like RAHOWA. Fuck. Combined with essays.
PURE
PARASITE
SEWER CUNT

and so on.

Now when I wonder, what was the last ugly zine you saw, where content was relatively intelligent and relatively extensive, but harsh and crude? Hardly remember one. There are still music mags, still occult booklets, still art magazines like Timeless, but people who have "grown up" reading stuff live listed above, probably see the void?

Now when I think of, Forcible zine is basically one of the only ones that I can think of. It's focus on sexual abuse, incest and kp with stories and news clips is decent blow of "old school" ug brutality. Filthy & Obscure art zine, what was guaranteed xerox cult of Finnish PE aesthetic came out some years ago. I MAY have couple copies remaining if someone wants to trade for something. What else? Private editions booklets?? Yet to see them, but I expect could be something that can be filed under category.


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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2009, 12:52:23 AM »

Helter Skelter (ITaly) Edited by Alex Papa of Mondo Bizzarro located in Rome. Bilingual version with interviews, articles to ATWA (Charles Manson organisation), Michael Moynihan (Blood axis), Jim Goad, Jan R. Bruun, John Pirog, Buttgereit, David Kerekes and Castiglioni brothers

Alex Papa has edited also Mondo Bizzarro mag, I have only an issue in italian language (features articles about Cicciolina, Moana Pozzi, Orgasmo Song, Mike Diana comics, Lil Hitler comics)

Panik (USA?)
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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2009, 12:58:14 AM »

Timeless (France). Several issues features contribution of Tisbor (Fecalove/Taeter), Taint, Strict, Intrinsic Action

Murder Can Be Fun (USA), A classic small zine about religion, strange things and oscurities

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« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2009, 10:05:45 AM »



Panik (USA?)

I got a one issue w/ Nitsch,Riefenstahl,NON,WHITEHOUSE,Goad etc.  its only fanzine type of publication that I have seen A3 size.
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« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2009, 02:23:14 AM »

For me the starting point was Apocalypse Culture and Pandemonium. Pandemonium was a zine and later book edited/written by Jack Stevenson. Great articles/interviews with Mink Stole, Kenneth Anger, Johnny Eck (of Freaks fame), John Wayne Gacy, Kuchar brothers, Deaths... Great!

To me it seems that the Hate zine thing grew out of the Cinema -zine scene. Zines like Sleaziod Express, ShockXpress, Ecco (maybe not so much), the three Davids of Headpress came from film etc.

I think there is a big different between the zines mentioned. There are very personal ones like Fuck and Parasite and the more "professional" approach of Answer Me! and Headpress. A approach I always liked much more but I have never been a big fan of the whole personal zine scene.

Although not hate zines (what a crappy term...) ReSearch, Vague and Rapid Eye had a influence on at least of some of the mentioned zines.

There is also a big overlap between Sewer Cunt and Helter Skelter in content. The same interviews by JR Bruun appearing in both.

In Sweden we had Flashback was closes and maybe SOMA which I edited but I don't I think I was hateful enough to qualify...
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« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2009, 02:21:02 PM »

Early zines of mr. Bizarre Uproar was something like this too. Sikiö (=fetus) had at first interviews, but a lot of just strange "collage" of same style as BU. Violence, nazis, etc. 3rd issue was all art, none music?

I do like the "personal zines" too if it happens to be good and have character. I do like zines of almost every type. Got literally thousands. For whole my "conscious life" been collecting UG zines, primarily finnish ones.

I do like the view of some of these Japanese more profesional ones. Ultra-Negative for example. Each issues 200 pages of corpses, sex, violence, bizarre, deformations etc. full color, like just grotesque version of over-the-top s/m magazine.  And anyone read this culture magazine Yaso? I guess 4 issues out. Once a year, B5 size, thick glossy magazine, all japanese, but covers a lot of dolls, arts, strange photography, strange art, reports on books etc. Even with all in Japanese, it's good purchase.
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« Reply #6 on: January 01, 2010, 10:56:04 PM »

Early zines of mr. Bizarre Uproar was something like this too. Sikiö (=fetus) had at first interviews, but a lot of just strange "collage" of same style as BU. Violence, nazis, etc. 3rd issue was all art, none music?

Aye, 3rd issue was "art" only. A5 about 40 pink pages of filthy fun. about 30 rough xerox copies made. Must have been 1991...  Nazis,boots,violence,rubber porn,txt clips from "doctor section" of older ladies magazines where they are whining about cunt/uretha problems etc. etc. those were the happy days.
I know Wood/Bastard Noise has a copy. I "should" have it from him, but I have been waiting like 4-5 years so...    Anyway would be nice to see that issue again.

   
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« Reply #7 on: March 24, 2010, 05:29:01 AM »

I am not 100% sure if this is the correct thread to put this in but this is definitely one of my main areas of interests when collecting. I look for stuff like Forcible and Pure (I finally managed to track down the original "banned" cover), but most anything "nihilistic" will do, it does not have to be sexual although that is my preference, rather it has anything to do with music or not (see below). Any language. Some shit is just plain hard to find and I know that there is tons of material out there from other countries that I would pay tons of money for but will never even pass through my hand. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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« Reply #8 on: March 24, 2010, 05:39:32 AM »

Post more pics of the zines! Maybe even scan some inties and articles.
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« Reply #9 on: April 14, 2010, 01:11:58 PM »

The NecroErotic

the mentioned UltraNegative and its twin Too Negative (which focused on taboo subject matters, dealing with "controversial" artists like Tsurisaki Kiyotaka, Kazumasa Umeda, the early Mari Shimizu, rorikon artists, amputee, atrocities of any kind)

the italian Mondo X-tremo, which was basically newspapers clippings of true crime/atrocities genre, with a lot of nice black humour (respectfully thanked in the professional issue of Mondo Bizzarro's magazine Helter Skelter)
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« Reply #10 on: May 08, 2010, 01:41:24 PM »

Does anyone know if there is, by chance, any copies of "A TASTE OF BILE" (Zine made by Keith from Taint) floating around, or for sale?
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« Reply #11 on: May 09, 2010, 09:15:41 PM »

I didn't have a clue as to what the contents were, this just seems to be the only thread dedicated to Zines. I probably wouldn't like that I've never been a fan of horror movies outside of some old Satanic themed movies.

Has anyone heard of Constant Madness Zine? I have one issue that I received anonymously to review on my site, no return address and horrible English so I assume it isn't from the states. I've tried to ask on my forums and even posted asking for the sender to give me info on the site, but to no avail. It's basically a lot of personal rambling about hating niggers, a couple of album reviews and a horribly written piece on converting a semiauto design to selective fire/full auto but he doesn't mention what time of gun it is (I believe an AK by looking at his horrid drawing of the magazine well).
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« Reply #12 on: May 14, 2010, 06:06:37 PM »

As Ulex Xane had mentioned he had re-issued all Streicher propaganda files in a bound volume and also released another Streicher binder book entitled "Pro Patria Mori: Unhallowed is the Word for War" with new and unreleased Streicher pamphlets.
It's a shame this stuff is impossible to obtain.

Scans of some flyers have been uploaded to http://www.flickr.com/photos/trevorthefish/sets/72157622152783090/
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« Reply #13 on: May 31, 2010, 02:07:20 PM »

Actually, "Pro Patria Mori: Unhallowed is the Word for War" was the title of the first volume of Streicher 'propaganda' pamphlets back in the early '90s. It came in a black ring binder with the pamphlets inserted in transparent plastic pockets. It was my intention at one point to re-issue this in a larger edition and in a better bound book form, if there was enough interest from people to warrant going to the expense of doing so (or if a suitable publisher came forward). Thus far, its status is still 'on the backburner'...
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« Reply #14 on: August 04, 2010, 10:05:48 AM »


FULL FORCE FRANK's genious newspaper clippings and rants in heavy duty xerox piles. Utmost classics

FUCK, of randall phillips racist vile humor and bad taste

PURE

PARASITE


SEWER CUNT

Forcible zine


Does Anyone know where i can still purchase any of these zines?
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