Category Archives: 1985

Nog Watt (De Minima #2)

Amsterdam based zine by Edwin Feenstra (later Wicked Witch recs), André Wehl & Hanz/Hans Vermaas. My mate Dirk Ceustermans borrowed me his copy of #2. This one includes the bands ‘Strong Concentration Of Anger’, ‘Disgust’ & ‘Nog Watt’ and gig/zine/music-reviews. … Continue reading

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Ceresit (Graffiti #2)

This is a contribution by Steven ‘Stel’ R. Graffiti zine was done by Markus Staiger (Donzdorf, Germany) who would found Nuclear Blast recs. Never seen issues of Graffiti but later got a copy of another one (Message From The Gutter) … Continue reading

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The Inapt (Macht Van De Onmacht #5)

At a certain timepoint some people from the Brussels’ region got together to cooperate. By then Onno Hesselink had done 4 issues of his zine Peace Or Annihilation, Erik Van Der Veken had 3 issues of Macht Van De Onmacht … Continue reading

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Xpozez (Boel #2)

Stijn Persoons (drummer of ‘A-Strant’, ‘Dawn Of Liberty’, ‘Kosjer D’, ‘Smäris’; at that time nicknamed Ollivettie Stront) – who had done another zine entitled Leugen En Verraad (“lies and treason”; more of an anarcho zine) before (with some other people) … Continue reading

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Stront Des Vaderlands

The subtitle reads ‘a mag for fresh teenagers’… (The title can be translated as ‘shit from the homeland’.) I believe there’s only been one issue. It was edited by two young women from Overpelt, inspired by the ‘Pelter’ (Overpelt & … Continue reading

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Pandemonium (Doodtschreiver #2)

Doodtschreiver appeared in ’84-’85. Mary ‘Siouxsie’ Lindekens (from Montenaken, Limburg) took the initiative for the first issue. The 10 pages (25 BeF [60 Eurocent]) contained short interviews with the Dutch bands ‘NV Le Anderen’ & ‘Bloedbad’, and ‘XXX’ from Kortrijk. … Continue reading

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Frites Modern (Trashkrant #3)

1983-84 was the period I was doing my civil service. The Belgian government had the idea that if you didn’t want to do military service, you ought be punished my doing 18-24 months (in stead of 12) and you had … Continue reading

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