BEWARE demo (for those who dig CHAIN OF STRENGTH)

The coolest hardcore demo I heard this year. If you like Chain of strength (you all should!), you will like this! You can download it here: http://toxicbreedsfunhouse.blogspot.com/2011/06/beware-demo.html

Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

Got it! Edited the list below again: ——————————————— Just got this message: [quote] Vinnie Stigma (AF/STigma) Sells His Record Collection Hey Guys, I’m seeing if you guys want to interview Vinnie Stigma of AF for any AF content as well as his recent decision to sell off his entire 7″ collection among other personal items. … Continue reading Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

Freddy Alva

Pim had a talk with Freddy Alva about growing up in NYC, acupuncture, favorite shows, Last Cause, Wardance Records and of course, the New Breed compilation.

René Natzel

Pim finally had a lenghty chat with René about World Collapse, True Blue, hardcore, life and ninja’s.

Finally: Ramones – Mania 2 CD United Nations – The Next Four Years LP United Nations – Never Mind The Bombings, Here’s Your Six Figures 7″ Led Zeppelin – I LP / II LP / III 2LP / IV LP Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! 2LP

Do It Yourself – Do a zine

Ever wondered how to do a zine yourself? Look no further. Here’s a bunch of tips from the pro’s. Join in and share your own tips.

Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

Ok, this list is getting pretty long again. If you know people who would be interested in reviewing etc let me know! New additions: – Red Forest Hunter – http://redforesthunter.com/ – post-hardcore – A new band featuring ex-members of Architects, Johnny Truant and Centurion. They are releasing their debut album (after the release of an … Continue reading Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

Bjorn Dossche

I almost forgot about this interview with the singer of Rise And Fall. It’s another one from the vault, another one originally intended for issue #2.

Moloken – All is Left to See

Moloken from Sweden recorded a new album after 4 long years. Gone are the long songs, instead eight in less then 30 minutes and they still play sludge.

Ché Snelting

Looking back on his time with Born From Pain, his youth and the future. A long conversation about his life.