isn't the biggest issue Corix released, but since he
went from the Philippines to Saudi Arabia, he certainly
has problems to make things work properly... Yes, you
read it well! Saudi Arabia! It seems to me he's somekind
of masochist, suicidal or something... What he says
about the life conditions in there is quite frightening,
peoples seem to be so narrow minded in there that you
could get into troubles for no European common sense...
(Few examples: You don't wear a mustache, you get fucked
in the ass (True!), you drink alcohol in the streets,
you're arrested by the police (It's fucking forbidden
and they have to produce DIY alcohol to get drunk!))...
the content of the zine is still focused on underground
support of extreme music. It's rather targeted on extreme
metal and occurs to feature few hardcorish stuffs.
find interviews that turn out to be more or less entertaining,
depending on the bands' motivation (Few are quite dull:
1 line question/ 1 line answer... As if these bands
had nothing to win and no one to turn on...). The reviews,
that rather depicts the present moment when the listener
is hearing the music, are not really my cup of beer:
I'd like more comparisons/ analysis, and less influence
of friendship (héhé)... Maybe illegal DIY alcohol do
not help to open your spirit to higher visions of death
that much... In this case an only solution: Drink macerated
There are few poems and stories. The layout
is computer done and looks simple.
The way the editor
depicts the life conditions and global state of mind
in this country are interesting, I guess it could make
think for a minute our "Get it all for free"
cyber metal scene! This mini zine could be nice for
big underground maniacs who need to read more about
underground support, but for next time I'd like to see
more depth and "philosophical" thoughts, if
possible. Beware! There's a bear in your DIY beer!!!
BLACK WINTER, BLOODY SIGN, FARASU, WATCH ME BURN, RON
SACUEZA, EXTROVERT Zine.