From Beyond Zine #6 (Norway) Winter 2000/2001. Editor: “Evil Ed”
Norwegian zine from Evil Ed, published by Red Stream. Contains a number of interesting interviews from (what was) an kind of transitional time in the underground (circa 2000/2001), with first era-ending (the first time around) chats with Anglecorpse and Asphyx, as well as interviews with Darkthrone, Diabolic, Decayed, Holocausto Canibal, Immolation, Macabre, Machetazo, Morbid Angel, Necrophagia, Nifelheim, Rebaelliun, Vomitory, demo reviews, a feature on Jeffrey Dahmer, and more. This was originally shared by the excellent Asmodian Coven blog (via contributor Pawel) – many thanks for putting it online.
Blowing Thrash #3 (Chile) Sept/Oct, 1986. Editor: “Anton Reisenegger”
The third issue from 1986 (#2 is below), also put together from Anton Reisenegger of Chile’s cult early death metal outfit Pentagram (and currently in Lock Up). His first in English, it features another mini-Chilean national report, KILLER interviews with SOD (Scott Ian), Detente, Sepultura and more interviews and/or (mostly) features on COC, DRI, Massacre, Morbid Angel, Watchtower, Wehrmacht, Master, Anvil Bitch, Holy Terror, Cryptic Slaughter, Death Angel, Agnostic Front, Voivod, Necrophagia, Volcano, Overdose, Blood Feast, Deathrow, and more.
Blowing Thrash #2 (Chile) Marzo, 1986. Editor: “Anton Reisenegger” (Español)
Fantastic contribution from the vibrant Chilean metal scene during the 1980’s, put together by none other than Anton Reisenegger of Chile’s cult early death metal outfit Pentagram (and currently in Lock Up). Features Chilean national report, a lengthy Slayer segment and interviews and features on Exodus, Destructor (pic), Celtic Frost, Post Mortem, Cryptic Slaughter, Hallows Eve, Legacy (pre-Testament), Tyrant, Abattoir, Sacrelege, Whiplash, Slaughter, Necrophagia, Hades, Venom, and more.
Screams From the Gutter #27 (NJ, USA) Feb/Mar 1991, Editor: “Evil Dave”
This zine consisted primarily of album reviews, although this issue does have an interview with Prime Evil. Either way, fun stuff, and a good look into what was on the record-store shelves in early 1991.