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Offline, Delving into the Underground

Offline, Delving into the Underground

A DIY digital printed book of interviews with bands that the author finds of political interest from the punk and metal worlds. Bit like a posh zine with a spine.

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OFFLINE – Delving Into The Underground, a book containing 26 exclusive interviews I did with punk and metal bands between 2006 and 2013. Among the topics covered are politics, religion, drugs, conspiracies, punk and metal scenes and ex members. 

The featured bands and musicians are: Napalm Death, Amebix, Jello Biafra, Goldblade, Henry Rollins, Ratos de Porao, Extreme Noise Terror, Broken Bones, Venom, English Dogs, UK Subs, Vibrators, Nashville Pussy, Death Angel, Tiamat, Brutal Truth, Repulsion, Massacre, Terrorizer, Nocturnus, Cannibal Corpse, Master, Terror Revolucionario, Kreator, Criminal and Pentagram. 

The book is A5 size and has 101 pages. 

“Sometimes the only way to make sense of the huge, sprawling and complex underground is to interview a diverse bunch of characters that somehow survive on its turbulent seas. This great book is just that and gives you an understanding of why we do what we do and why you hopefully are still interested by this…” – Louder Than War Magazine

“Great insight not only into the history and musical influences of some of hard music's pioneers, but also into their views on lifestyle and politics. Humbled to be among them" – 
Anton Reisenegger (Criminal)

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