Artcore Fanzine - Issue 35 (w/Violent Arrest 7") + Back issues cheap!!


Issue #35 - 30th Anniversary Issue Part 2
New six song Violent Arrest 7" EP 'Authors Of Our Own Demise' on orange vinyl with foldout sleeve, poster insert, badge and download code, featuring art by the legendary Vince Ransid (MDC, Raw Power etc.) and Brian Walsby (7Seconds, Nardcore etc.)

The EP comes with Artcore Fanzine's Thirty Year Anniversary Issue Part Two - The First Four Years - The Interviews 1986 - 1990 - featuring... Rites of Spring / Maggot Sandwich / Adrenalin O.D. / The Freeze / Instigators / Psycho / Corrosion of Conformity / Rest in Pieces / Culture Shock / Cowboy Killers / Urgent Fury / Shrapnel / Life Cycle / Spermbirds / Atavistic / Th’Inbred.

Issue #32 w/7"
Artcore Issue #32 comes with the Human Therapy 'American Dream' 7" EP. A forgotten Los Angeles punk classic from 1983 that combined the sweeping power chords of early T.S.O.L. with the post-punk jerky rhythms of the Minutemen, with a dose of new wave quirkiness thrown in. Here the original four song EP has been remastered and features two bonus tracks, all in an eight page cover booklet with liner notes by Tony Reflex (Adolescents) and Mick Rhodes (Human Therapy), as well as unseen photos, and you also get a download code, and it's pressed on white vinyl.

Artcore #32 itself features interviews with Zero Boys, Poison Idea, Grand Collapse, Zero Gain, Lobster Killed Me, Static Shock Records and Young Conservatives. Vaultage features the history of Adrenalin O.D. and Celibate Rifles, a brief interview with 1984 (Crucifix), an article on L.A. punk from the music press in 1979 as well as; 'How We Feel: Eighties Norwegian hardcore', a huge article by Helge Schreiber featuring So Much Hate, Angor Wat, Kafka Prosess, Life But How To Live It, Bannlyst, Svart Framtid, Barn Av Regnbuen, Fader War, Wannskraekk, Israelvis and more. All jammed into a 36 page high quality litho printed zine.

Issue #30 w/7"
ARTCORE ISSUE #30 + STATE FUNERAL ‘Protest Music’ 7” EP / Note: The download code also includes the entire TERMINAL DECAY 20 band international compilation LP from issue 29.

In this issue, Artcore features interviews with the Magnificent and Boss Tuneage Records from the U.K., Nothing from Germany, Out Of Trust and No Mistake from the U.S., as well as the director of the All Ages Boston Hardcore Film; Drew Stone, and a new interview with Ron Reyes, formerly of Black Flag. After years of being somewhat overlooked by punk historians, Vaultage finally features the complete history of Government Issue. Helge Schreiber writes at length about Hardcore Holland, featuring; BGK, Deadlock, Disgust, Indirekt, Larm, Neuroot, Pandemonium and Funeral Oration. Helge also allowed us to publish the English translation of excerpts from his book ‘Network Of Friends’, with contributions from Ian MacKaye, Henry Rollins, Dave Dictor, John Stabb and many more. Thirty years on from the release of the Faith/Void split LP, Andy Nystrom talks to Chris Stover of Void, and Michael Hampton of Faith about the record. David Ensminger talks to members of Really Red and Mydolls, and Welly writes about Gigs of the Eighties, as well as G.I. There are of course, many reviews, columns and other stuff, as well as photos and graphics.

Issue #28 - Summer 2011
Features: Cheap Sweaty Fun, Young Offenders, The Estranged, The Arrivals, Smogtown, Modern Method Records, UK Zines of the 80's, West German Punk, The Proletariat, Wipers, HDQ, Plus reviews etc, etc....