Metal History Through Fanzines

Coroners Report #4 (California, USA) March, 1992

Coroners Report #4 (California, USA) March, 1992, Editor: “Damon Privett”

You might notice the lack of a cover on this one. Well, I cut it up waaaay back around ’93 because it had some cool art on it, and I used it to make a flier for a show. Anyways, the logo is still there…  So, this was a stapled (and hard to scan), black and white photocopied zine out of Cali that was stock-full of cool ads, and although (for time and space reasons) I do not always scan the reviews, this had so many cool logos and band pictures from the time that I thought it would be nice for the record. With that, it has interviews with Tiamat, Unleashed, Fear Factory, Beherit, Rotting Christ, Assuck, Acheron, Blasphereion, Varathron, Ancient Rites, Bestial Summoning, Paradise Lost, Demolition Hammer, Germany and Australia (by Jason from Blood Duster) Scene Reports, and a brief essay on “the Scene” from a dude in the UK…

As always, click “PERMALINK” to view a page individually!

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2 responses

  1. Nice work mate. Is there any chance that you could post pdf collections of each zine for download? Got a kindle for xmas and want to load it up…

    December 27, 2011 at 7:37 pm

  2. I will certainly aim to do that…the thing is I would have to pay for the extra hosting space, but its not out of the question, this is also a part time hobby so its a time issue, but also not out of the question… we will see what unfolds!

    December 28, 2011 at 2:57 am

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