Former MRR shitworker, lifetime punk and longtime Dropdead friend Mike Thorn has poured his heart and energy into creating a hardcore/punk fanzine worthy of our times.
Great photography, above average interviews, and laid out beautifully.
Completely classy and classic.

This issue features interviews with photographers Alison Braun (In The Pit), Chris Boarts Larson (Slug & Lettuce), and Matthew Kadi. Plus lengthy discussions with some of my favorite bands going right now: HARAM (New York City), ENZYME (Australia), INITIATE (Los Angeles), STRIKE ANYWHERE (Richmond) and ANTIMOB (Greece) as well as a chat with Punks Around zinester, Alexander Herbert, about his recently published book "What about Tomorrow?: An Oral History of Russian Punk from the Soviet Era to Pussy Riot," as well as a photo essay of the recent protests in Richmond by Nick Hancock and a reprint of the great Black Dots: An Afropunk Primer by Chris Murdoch. AND, as usual, the issue will be rounded out with my own images plus reviews of records, books & zines from around the globe.