Category Archives: 1996

Avail (Tadpole #3)

‘Avail’ from Richmond (Virginia) – when touring Europe for the first time (in ’95) – were: ‘Beau’ Beau Butler (cheerleader/dancer), Joe Banks (guitar), Tim Barry (vocals), Erik Larson (drums) and Rob(ert) Kelshian (bass; ex ‘Ipecac’). They played at the Vort’n … Continue reading

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Doom (Carry On Screaming #4)

No need to introduce ‘Doom’, I’m sure. This interview (with ‘Stick’) was done somewhere in 1996, between the release of their Monarchy Zoo 7” and the recording of the Rush Hour Of The Gods LP. They did a tour through … Continue reading

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Doughnuts (Rebellion #2)

The all-women sXe band ‘Doughnuts’ (from Umeå) is interviewed here just after the release of their (last) album Feel Me Bleed (1996). In the band at that time: Asa Forsberg (vocals), Sara Sjogren (guitar), Sara Almgren (guitar), Jenny Johansson (bass; … Continue reading

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Catharsis’ Brian D (International SxE Bulletin #20)

An interview with ‘Catharsis‘ vocalist Brian D., also editor of Inside Front zine and honcho of the CrimethInc collective… The Interntional Straight Edge Bulletin was coordinated by Yann Boislève from Rennes (France). It evolved from his newsletter and grew into … Continue reading

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Siren (Sanjam #4)

Sanjam was a zine done by Yann Dubois (living near Rennes is Bretagne), a nice fellow (met him at least once) that I corresponded with. I distributed it until #5 I believe. His interviews were interesting and sometimes quite thoughtprovoking. … Continue reading

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Congress (Inside Front #9)

The zine Inside Front (“journal of revolution…and hardcore punk”), edited by ‘Catharsis‘ vocalist Brian D., was part of the CrimethInc (Ex-) Workers’ Collective based in Atlanta, Georgia. In this issue (which also contains interesting politically orientated contributions, scene-reports, letters, etc.) … Continue reading

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Seein’Red (Engine #4)

Here’s an interview with a band that I’ve always admired (they unfortunately had to quit), people that I think I can consider friends.  This camaraderie dates from the times they were still performing under the name ‘Lärm‘. The music was … Continue reading

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