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Jon Biviano

A personal and indepth interview with with Jon Biviano (Supertouch, ex- Windfall, Running Like Thieves and more) about the past, present and future.

Rob Nabbe

Nabbe the Bastard played in Insult, Skullhog, Bile, Hot ‘n Steamy Monkeylove and probably a bunch of other bands with even wilder names.

11/4 Joey Cape’s Bad Loud (Fat Wreck/Lagwagon) + Scorpios (Tony Sly tribute, ft Jon Snodgrass) + Armchair Martian @Winston A’dam

2 GROEZROCK BANDS & 3 x Joey Cape @the Winston… Don’t miss this!! 1,5 years ago we had a legendary Scorpios show (then with Tony Sly) at the winston. We are so STOKED to have them back and have another awesome night! Tickets: € 12,- (+€ 2,- servicekosten online) ***Joey Cape’s Bad Loud*** Joey Cape … Continue reading 11/4 Joey Cape’s Bad Loud (Fat Wreck/Lagwagon) + Scorpios (Tony Sly tribute, ft Jon Snodgrass) + Armchair Martian @Winston A’dam

Michiel Walrave

Talking about his bands (The Real Danger, Nothing Done, Know Your Enemy, Uppercut a.o.), artwork (Mental, No Turning Back a.o.) and his life.

Bunch of shirts for sale

Bunch of shirts for sale Different sizes, often cheap.

Patrick Kitzel

Spawn, Repel fanzine & records, True Blue, Reaper Records. These names should ring a bell. They’re all linked to one person, Patrick Kitzel.

Blood Days

Dennis had a chat with Joe D Foster about his latest band: Blood Days.

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.


Probably one the most well known Russian hardcore bands at the moment about life, hardcore and bears in the streets.

Michael McGrane

The man behind the cover artwork of that Supertouch 7″ in your collection. As a bonus you’ll get some old, unseen Supertouch photos.


Interview with Chris Mahon Bang Bros from Dublin. The dude is all about getting low, Irish hardcore, LOC and Chino pants.

Reply To: Books

I’ve always found the discworlds books hard to read one after the other because the structures is pretty much always the same (looser hero, sleazy mentor-figure tags along, various funny adventures, the meta-dimension where i completely loose track of what’s going on haha). It tend to read like one of those a year so it … Continue reading Reply To: Books