Category Archives: German zines

Memento Mori (Extreme Derange #1)

This zine took off (Oct ’88) with Horst & Norbert Glatz (Regensburg, Bavaria) at the helm. Half a year later Norbert seemed to have disappeared and Waltraut Wette (with whom Horst ran Scum distribution; that also carried my zine) helped … Continue reading

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Jingo De Lunch (Hole And Corner #1)

This zine (in German) was started by 2 guys from Reinfeld (between Hamburg en Lübeck): Timmo Lübkert & Nils Röhling. Both were in a band called ‘Suppe Ohne Möhre’ (‘S.O.M.’; “soup without carrots”). Can’t remember how I obtained this first … Continue reading

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Scapegoats (Vollsuff #1)

Vollsuff [“totally drunk”] was “das Zine für alle Punx und Sympathisanten” that Karl-Heinz ‘Kalle’ Stille (Möglingen, north of Stuttgart) did. With the slogan “Bier, na klar” on the cover, obviously the description “erstes Deutsche SxE zine” is ironic… He also … Continue reading

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Los Crudos (An Atrophied Preface… Wouldn’t You? #1)

From the editorial: >>In my opinion, punk doesn’t correspond to any particular musical cliché. It doesn’t matter how the music sounds, whether it’s extremely calm, rockier, dreamy, quiet or more aggressive, angry, brutal, fast and noisy. What matters is that … Continue reading

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Anti-System

When I was on tour with ‘Hate Crew’ (Belgian HC/crossover band) through Germany, we ended up doing a show at the ‘Alte Meierei’ in Kiel (88-07-13), a squatted old milk-factory. That evening I met ‘Kalle Stielzel’ (Karl-Heinz Tolkmit). He was … Continue reading

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Hackfleisch

“Hackfleisch is a punk fanzine, the way I always wanted it: no concert-announcements, no record-reviews, but compacted anger, frankness and the willingness to make enemies.” I got to know Karl Nagel (real name Peter Altenburg, orinally from Wuppertal) around the … Continue reading

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Archbishop Kebab (Einseitig #1)

I got the first issue (actually just 8 pages) of Einseitig (“one-sided”). No idea how I obtained it but probably from ‘Madness’ Reinhard Vinkelau (‘Störfall Mensch’ drummer), who’s mentioned as the contact. There’s quite a few people listed as contributers: … Continue reading

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Inferno (Anti-Trust #1)

This publication is part of Dirk Ceustermans’ collection. The review in his zine mentions Stefan Neuber from Kaarst (Düsseldorf area) as the editor of Anti-Trust. The editorial (see below) tells us why he did it and why it was probaly … Continue reading

Posted in 1985, German zines | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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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Nations On Fire (Confrontation #1)

In the early 90s ‘Mr Intolerance’ Bernd Borhmann (Ludwigshafen, Germany; at that time vocalist of ‘Abolition’) did Confrontation zine with the help of his (then) partner Corey Von Villiez (‘Abolition’ bassist). They also ran the label Equality recs, and set … Continue reading

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