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Issues to date:
Issue 7 – Autumn 2013
Cover story: Ihsahn
Also includes interviews with SubRosa, Iron Man, and Earthless, and features on John Zorn, Steppenwolf, aesthetic conservatism in death metal (focusing on the work of Cannibal Corpse, Immolation, Obituary and Suffocation) and movies dealing with metal and metal fans.
Issue 6 – Spring 2013
Cover story: Arve Henriksen
Also includes interviews with Reto Mäder, Yoshiko Ohara, Dead Neanderthals, Robert Hampson and Spektr, and features on Ivo Perelman, Tito Larriva and blaxploitation horror films of the 1970s.
Issue 5 – Winter 2011
Cover story: Burnt Sugar
Also includes interviews with Michael Gira, Marcus Strickland, Jeremy Pelt and Defeatist, and features on Morgan Craft, North American black metal, Cecil Taylor, the notion of time in classical music, and Monte Hellman‘s film Two-Lane Blacktop.
Issue 4 – Summer 2011
Cover story: JD Allen
Also includes interviews with Harriet Tubman, Bill Laswell, Earth, ELEW, and Nicolas Jaar, and features on the Posi-Tone record label, the Ramones‘ 1980s albums, fascist art, and classical music’s responses to the social and political upheavals of the 1960s.
Issue 3 – Winter 2010/2011
Cover story: Anthony Braxton
Also includes features on David Weiss, Jon Irabagon, the Moritz von Oswald Trio, the New Hollywood films of the 1960s and 1970s, the process of composing a concerto, and an excerpt from the book Mean Deviation (not included in ebook or Kindle editions).
Issue 2 – Autumn 2010
Cover story: Darius Jones
Also includes features on Eyehategod, Bill Dixon, new Brazilian music, Japanese pop, and punk rock movies of the 1980s, and six poems by Eyehategod‘s Michael IX Williams.
Issue 1 – Winter 2010
Cover story: Matthew Shipp
Also includes features on Henry Threadgill, Bill Dixon, Orthodox, Christian pop culture of the 1970s and 1980s, and books on punk and metal.