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Post#16 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:56 pm

Didn't snaps from this forum bought a shitload of old zines last year?

I have a few but mostly in the extreme metal department.

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Post#17 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 6:15 pm

DaN wrote:What I wanna know is who around here collects or owns any NWOBHM/classic Metal/Thrash zines from the 80's and if they are willing and able to scan them?
I can scan the Anarcheology #3 (Chilean Zine, written in spanish, 1989 I think), it mainly THRASH. Also I can scan Injurious Expressions #2 (Chilean Zine, written in english, 1990, DEATH/THRASH).
In PDF I have some others old chilean zines too.

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Post#18 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:24 pm

I think this is an awesome idea. Unfortunately, I won't be able to contribute because the zines I have are all from the mid-late '90s and I don't have a scanner.

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Post#19 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:43 pm

I have some (late 80's, early's 90). Mostly thrash/death 'zines.

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Post#20 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 9:09 pm

here is the stuff i've found... again, these aren't my scans, but very relevant to my interests:

necronomicon #1
sepulchral #1
blowing thrash #1
butcher zine #1, #2
infernal death #5
cementary zine #1
mortuary zine #1, #2
dethroner zine #2, #3

http://www.sendspace.com/file/h9hpyd

all of this except for blowing thrash are late 80s/early 90s polish death/thrash/grind zines, which is a scene i've been exploring pretty in depth lately and how i came across these in the first place. most of them are in polish which is a language i can't understand, but they contain a wealth of cool pictures, logos and artwork

blowing thrash is a chilean zine from the mid 80s

only one of these is in pdf form, but i could convert the rest to pdf and crop and retilt some of the pages that came out a bit crooked. i'd imagine these are only a small example of whats already out there, and i agree that it would be cool to at least put together a bibliography of sorts. that french zine library is pretty fucking cool and i would definitely be willing to help put something like that together

unfortunately most of the zines i have hard copies of are either lame ones that i got for free from the late 90s, or more recent stuff like morbid tales and snakepit that i wouldn't want to scan based on the fact that these are in print and wouldn't want to hurt the profits of their creators who obviously both put a lot of work into them. i'd certainly like to expand my collection of physical copies of this kind of stuff

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Post#21 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:00 am

khiijol wrote:blowing thrash is a chilean zine from the mid 80s
That zine was written by Anton Reisenegger of Pentagram. First two issues are written in spanish, the third one is written in english.

Here's the link with the three issues of Blowing Thrash: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=03MJ8UV1

Also, could someone please translate the EXORCIST interview in Butcher Zine #1???

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Post#22 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 5:21 am

im pretty sure "metalmaster" a.k.a. Jose Luis could be useful in this thread :wink:

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Post#23 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:53 pm

Chafe wrote:
khiijol wrote:blowing thrash is a chilean zine from the mid 80s
That zine was written by Anton Reisenegger of Pentagram. First two issues are written in spanish, the third one is written in english.

Here's the link with the three issues of Blowing Thrash: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=03MJ8UV1

Also, could someone please translate the EXORCIST interview in Butcher Zine #1???
i'd like to read a translation of that too... unfortunately google doesnt work so well with polish. voices from the grave is a monumental recording, probably my favorite thing to come out of poland aside from the first kat lp

thanks for the other blowing thrash issues - i didnt know the pentagram dude was behind it

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Post#24 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:17 pm

Most of my 80s zines are long gone, but I think I've still got the Norwegian Streetfighter zines somewhere. They're all in Norwegian and contents are mostly mainstream metal stuff, however, it was the 'zine responsible for the great Norway Rocks sampler LP in 1987, so there might be some stuff on the bands from that in one or two of the issues.
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Post#25 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:40 pm

OK, I've pretty much made up my mind about having some sort of zine-library on the site. This could be made in a number of different ways and at the moment I need to concentrate on the compilation page, but it's cool to read what people have at home so keep posting. And if you have the time and the knowhow, start scanning! :)
Veterans of the Various-Wars - New Corroseum compilations-compilation series!

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Post#26 » Thu Sep 03, 2009 3:07 pm

great_knuthulhu wrote:Most of my 80s zines are long gone, but I think I've still got the Norwegian Streetfighter zines somewhere. They're all in Norwegian and contents are mostly mainstream metal stuff, however, it was the 'zine responsible for the great Norway Rocks sampler LP in 1987, so there might be some stuff on the bands from that in one or two of the issues.
They also were decent enough to interview Mark Shelton... you didn't see much of that back then (late eighties).

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Post#27 » Fri Sep 04, 2009 3:42 pm

GJ wrote:
great_knuthulhu wrote:Most of my 80s zines are long gone, but I think I've still got the Norwegian Streetfighter zines somewhere. They're all in Norwegian and contents are mostly mainstream metal stuff, however, it was the 'zine responsible for the great Norway Rocks sampler LP in 1987, so there might be some stuff on the bands from that in one or two of the issues.
They also were decent enough to interview Mark Shelton... you didn't see much of that back then (late eighties).
Thanks for reminding me. Loved that when it came out as "no one" cared about them back then. Have to look for these now.

Nowadays, Sæmund (who was behind Streetfighter) is a born-again Christian who has broken with his sinful past (in heavy metal).
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Post#28 » Fri Sep 04, 2009 5:51 pm

Some english writen Lithuanian fanzines(Some cover Death/Thrash some Prog/Heavy stuff like Edge of Sanity) .PDF Flies here...

EDGE OF SANTIY (Check out Nr 15 .Interview with Dennis from MONSTER RECORDS(Slaughter Xtroyes etc...)

http://www.hell-music.lt/spaudatinkle/zinai/E/


DEATH INDUSTRY

http://www.hell-music.lt/spaudatinkle/zinai/D/

WOUNDED/VITAL WOUND

http://www.hell-music.lt/spaudatinkle/zinai/V/

http://www.hell-music.lt/spaudatinkle/zinai/W/

I posted these long time in Thrashmageddon forrum.

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Post#29 » Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:18 am

I just have some old Metal hammer / Horror Infernal zines from 90-93 I think. Nothing special

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Post#30 » Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:28 am

great_knuthulhu wrote:Nowadays, Sæmund (who was behind Streetfighter) is a born-again Christian who has broken with his sinful past (in heavy metal).
So all eventual spare copies of the Norway Rocks LP have met their fate in a giant cleansing bonfire? :cry:

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