Category Archives: Belgian zines

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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Exhaustless Revolt (Puffy #1)

Puffy was a zine done by An(neke) Schuurman, a young woman that was heavily into animal-rights & anti-fascism, with help of her (at that time) boyfriend Filip Staes (guitarist of ‘Exhaustless Revolt’). Both lived in Antwerp. Anneke also ran a … Continue reading

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Disgust (De Vergeten Jeugd #3)

De Vergeten Jeugd (The Forgotten Youth) was a zine done by Werner Hendrycks. The guy was from Kalmthout (Antwerp) but he turned up at practically all gigs halfway the 80s, always taking pictures too… As far as I can remember … Continue reading

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Yves Tchao (Rednecks Not Allowed #2)

A zine from the ‘far east’ of Belgium (Maasmechelen) done by 2 young lads (still in secundary school at that time: Paolo Melis and Vital Gerets) that visited our Smurfpunx gigs. As far as I know they did 3 issues. … Continue reading

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Ovidie (Undo #1)

In the late 90s I was a part of the Newland collective; older and younger people sticking together trying to create an alternative for the increasing commercialism in/ commodification of HC/punk. One of the youngsters was Diny V. B. who … Continue reading

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Teo Petričević (Semtex #4)

Semtex was the zine of Thomas Byttebier (at that time residing in Harelbeke, nowadays “freelance digital designer” living Ghent). In the zine he states: >>I see zines as a form of meaningful resistance. They’re bound together by critical striving for … Continue reading

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Crass (Religieus Bloedblad #9)

This interview with ‘Crass’ (no introduction necessary) dates from August ’83. It appeared in Religieus Bloedblad (a portmanteau-word for religious massacre), a fanzine done by Michel Vanderhaeghen & Peter Beaufays, guitarist and vocalist of the band ‘Krank‘ (from Turnhout). They did … Continue reading

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