Great News : VM-Underground Fanzine has it’s own web portal now ::
Online version of VM-Underground Fanzine has been unleashed. Now it’s will be a active non-flashy online fanzine besides the PDF fanzine. Nothing huge or fancy, just reviews and interviews on the website and all kind of historical articles and old interviews with old school layout will be published in this online portal.
Explore : http://www.vm-underground.com/
Truly slaying news. Grab this reprint of Deadhead #6 and be real dead soon.
After the original edition was gone within just a few weeks I’m proud to finally present the official reprint of DEADHEAD FANZINE #6 so that everyone who missed the chance to secure a copy for himself can finally take a gooood look at this!
Featuring 152 A4 sized pages of pure metal insanity, housed in a thick laminated cover, this baby includes numerous interviews with bands like Morbid Angel, Alan Moses of Buttface Zine, Spectral Birth / Incubus, Punisher / Picagari, Grave Desecrator, Slaughter, Merciless Death, Vulga, Ungodly Death, Poison, Evoked Doom, Trench Hell, Eurynomos, Venom, Metal Mania Zine, Mazetorment and many more!
Don’t miss this chance and get yourself a copy for 10,- Euro a piece – plus 1,45 Euro postage within Germany or 3,70 Euro postage worldwide (priority airmail). Distributors are always welcome to join in of course! Send a mail to: witchcraftmag @ gmx. de
Tales of the Macabre #1 (Germany) 1993. Editor: “Costa Stoios”
This zine of Germany featured many prominent ‘early’ black metal contributions and is heavy on the dark/atmospheric genres of the early 90’s overall. The editor (Stoios) apparently also ran/runs Iron Pegasus records. Features and interviews include Beherit, Barathrum, Ancient Rites, Behemoth, Emperor, Immortal, Burzum, Osmose Productions, Gorgoroth, In the Woods, Mortuary Drape, Rotting Christ, Sigh, Nocturnal Rites, and more.
The Oath #2 (IRE) 1994. Editor: “Alan Averill”
Issue #2 of this classic zine from Primordial vocalist Alan (aka A.A. Nemtheanga). Features and interviews with Decoryah, Fleurety, a German Scene report, an essay on Glen Benton, Monumentum, Graveland, Mordor, Illska, No Fashion Records, Mayhem, Balder, Cruachan, Gorgoroth, Mortuary Drape, Moonspell, Sigh, Varathron, and more. (Thanks to original scanner and host darklegions for sharing)
Lovecraft comics and graphic novels
1. The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath and Other Stories. Complete and faithful adaptations by Jason B. Thompson.
2. Necronauts. “In 1926, while practising a new trick, Houdini has a near-death experience, awakening the mysterious Sleepers. Meanwhile, Lovecraft is visited by a talking raven, and a seance that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is attending is attacked by a strange force that possesses the medium.”
4. Skull Comics
5. At the Mountains of Madness. Ian Culbard’s adaptation of the famous novelette.
6. Heavy Metal Lovecraft special issue. Sept 1978 in France as Metal Hurlant magazine, and October 1979 in the USA version of the magazine.
8. Alan Moore’s The Courtyard.
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