DIZTORT: The zine fanzine Shining Life

Document of the 2017/2018 winter tour including Interviews with every member of the band and a tour story by roadie Morgan Layout and Design by Shining Life
Photography by Katherine Pilar, Dan Felix, Todd Pollock, Angela Owens, Farrah Skeiky, and Jacob McClain
Artwork by Augie
16 pages
ANSI Letter 8.5" x 11"
fanzine, 5.00€


CONTENTION FANZINE Anthology fanzine Shining Life

120 pages containing all three issues released in fall 1996, spring 1997, and spring 1999. Contains interviews and articles with IGNITE, LIFETIME, CRUD IS A CULT, HALF OFF, HANDS TIED, REDEMPTION 87, YOUTH OF TODAY, and VORHEES. Also includes reviews, record pressing info, columns, opinions, tons of photographs, and much more.
Done by Matt Smith.
120 pages
ANSI Letter 8.5" X 11"
fanzine, 11.00€


#1 book PM Press

'Sober Living For The Revolution Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge, And Radical Politics' takes a look at straight edge as a movement and its link to radical politics, with contributions coming from Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy, Race Traitor), legendary bands like Manliftingbanner, and radical collectives like CrimeThinc. as well as numerous other artists and activists dedicated as much to sober living as to the fight for a better world.
book, 19.00€


Book PM Press

'Sober Living For The Revolution Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge, And Radical Politics' takes a look at straight edge as a movement and its link to radical politics, with contributions coming from Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy, Race Traitor), legendary bands like Manliftingbanner, and radical collectives like CrimeThinc. as well as numerous other artists and activists dedicated as much to sober living as to the fight for a better world.!
Book, 19.00€


by Tony Rettman book Bazillion

Starting in 1981 via MINOR THREAT's revolutionary call to arms, the clean and positive straight edge hardcore punk movement took hold and prospered during the '80s, earning a position as one of the most durable yet chronically misunderstood music subcultures. Straight-edge created its own sound and visual style, went on to embrace vegetarianism and later saw the rise of a militant fringe. As the "don't drink, don't smoke" message spread from Washington, DC to Boston, California, New York City and, eventually, the world, adherents struggled to define the fundamental ideals and limits of what may be the ultimate youth movement.
book, 30.00€


#11 Fanzine TC

Interviews, Stories mit Idle Hands, Converge, Vogue, Sniffing Glue, Empowerment, Parts Unknown Records, The Aurich Story, The Libyans, Wasted Time, Government Warning, Conon, All Aboard, Big Bootleg Special, Roots of Compassion, 20 Years Of The Monster Bowl, Roter Stern Leipzig...dazu einige Reviews und geniale Kolumnen von z.B. Herder und Tobi Scheiße! Pflichtkauf!
Fanzine, 3.00€


fanzine TC

Germany's premier HC-zine is back and thicker than ever. This time with Weakerthans, Sick of it all, Quest for Rescue, Dirty Money, Press Gang Tour, Flex Book, Ü30 Hardcore Special II, Kochen mit Hansa, Brutal Knights, No Turning Back, Barcelona Szenereport, uvm...
fanzine, 3.00€


The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine '79-'83 Book Bazillion Points

Touch And Go Fanzine was the brainchild of Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson and launched in Lansing, MI in 1979, and documented the burgeoning scene in the midwest as well as the rest of the country. This 576 page book compiles all 22 issues of the 'zine and features new introductory essays by punk icons like Tesco Vee (The Meatmen), Henry Rollins (Black Flag), Keith Morris (Circle Jerks), Corey Rusk (Necros), John Brannon (Negative Approach) and many more.
Book, 32.00€


Matchless: Visual Outtakes Book Bridge Nine

To help showcase all of the letters, photographs, flyers and other stuff that Underdog had saved, Bridge Nine Records took everything that wouldn't fit in the discography layout and published them in a perfect-bound, 64-page book. Limited to a one time edition of 1,000 copies, check out a lot of history from one of NYC's greatest hardcore punk bands.
Book, 8.00€


Let Them Know: The Story Of Youth Brigade And BYO Records DVD+BOOK+2xLP BYO

Told through interviews and rare footage of the explosive L.A. punk rock scene from the '80s until now, 'Let Them Know: The Story Of Youth Brigade And BYO Records' looks at the last 25 years of the influential L.A. punk band Youth Brigade and BYO Records, as well as documenting the early L.A. punk and DIY scene. The packaging also contains a 100+ page coffee table book that is full-color and hardbound full of snippets, anecdotes and rare intimate photos about the evolving independent punk rock scene through the past 25 years; two full length, color vinyl LPs with 31 exclusive recordings of classic songs from the extensive BYO catalog by bands like 7 Seconds, Anti-Flag, Bouncing Souls, Lagwagon, Leatherface, NOFX, Pennywise and more; and a bonus CD version of the entire thing with the vinyl.
DVD+BOOK+2xLP, 41.00€


One Kind Word Vol.2 fanzine Cycle

After solving all problems you can think of... The new issue of One Kind word is in stock now! This issue comes with a compilation EP again. Here's what you can expect: Interviews & unreleased song from Get the most (Canada), Common Cause (Norway), Go for broke (Sweden) and Cinder (Spain). Columns, pictures & Roa from Addiction/ Justice League and more. 500 copies made and quantities are limited.
fanzine, 7.00€


#3 Fanzine Crucial Response

Voice Of A Generation Fanzine, the brainchild of Crucial Response Records, includes a limited Abusive Action 7" and features an interview with Abusive Action, an article on legendary skater Jay Adams, an essay about Bold, plus plenty of reviews and old hardcore photos.
Fanzine, 7.00€


zine Crucial Response

The second issue of VOICE OF A GENERATION is out now. It is worth the wait- 28 pages full of photos, reviews and an indepth interview with Peter Amdam of Sportswear and Onward. Short and to the point, no bullshit crap. This issue has the Sportswear demo EP as bonus.
zine, 7.00€



Another fine issue of this long-running zine. This time featuring: Have Heart, The First Step, Birds of a Feather, Alone, Anger's Curse, Wise Up, Identify and a Right Brigade reprint. Plus columns, articles and reviews... Full size, 48 pages, cut and paste.
fanzine, 3.00€


Detroit Hardcore 1979-1985 Book Revelation Press

In the early seventies, Detroit was the musical hub of America. Everything from the chart topping sounds of Motown records to the vicious proto-punk of The Stooges was being brewed out there and it seemed like there was no end in sight. But by the early eighties, the city was both a physical and cultural wasteland due to major label buyouts of the artists as well as the crippling drug habits of some of the others. Detroit's most known musical export at the time was the vapid sounds of New Wave heartthrobs The Romantics; this wasn't good. It took a gaggle of suburban skateboarders, a grade school teacher and a census bureau clerk to wake this city up from its slumber and start one of the first hardcore punk scenes in America. "Why Be Something That You're Not" chronicles the first wave of Detroit hardcore from its origins in the late seventies to its demise in the mid-eighties. Through a combination of oral history and extensive imagery, the book proves that even though the Southern California beach towns might have created the look and style of hardcore punk, it was the Detroit scene - along with a handful of other cities across the country - that cultivated the music's grassroots aesthetic before most cultural hot spots around the globe even knew what the music was about. The book includes interviews with members of The Fix, Violent Apathy, Negative Approach, Necros, Pagans, Bored Youth, and L-Seven along with other people who had a hand in the early hardcore scene like Ian MacKaye, Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson.
Book, 14.00€



66 pages containing interviews with Anchors X Up, Allegiance, I Rise, Fall Apart, 1917 Records: Sean Riley, Dirty Money and Damaged Goods. Plus: photo exhibition (, Ruiner European Tour Diary, Columns. Squatting in Graz and an European Zine Overview!
fanzine, 3.00€


#1 Fanzine TWY

Slick new A4 hardcore zine. Interviews with Robert Matusiak (Refuse Records), Pim Arts, Greg Bennick, Adam Malik, Outrage, Unveil, Pressure, One Kind Word, Sacred Love, Ritual and Remission. All that and articles, columns pictures and reviews too. Impressive.
Fanzine, 3.00€

Wonder Years

#2 Fanzine TWY

Second issue of this cool zine. This time with: Jobst Eggert (Nothing), Right Idea, Unrestrained, XCurraheeX, Cornered, Just Went Black, Last Dayz, High Hopes, Forever Young and a bunch of articles, columns and pics. Well worth your money.
Fanzine, 3.00€


#40 book Top Shelf

While the 2008 Presidential election was viewed by many as a turning point, it is uncertain how the policies of the new government will unfold -- but the message people have sent is clear: after 28 years of right wing dominance in U.S. politics, Americans are unhappy with the results. We find that our country is distressed, economically, ecologically and militarily. WW3 illustrated is asking that artists do more than just criticize things as they are. WORLD WAR 3 ILLUSTRATED is responding with 120 pages of answers from a variety of today's sharpest comic book artists, alternatives to existing conditions, proposals for progress and ideas for a better world for all. Featuring the work of: The Yes Men, Sabrina Jones, Seth Tobocman, Jennifer Camper, Fly, Sandy Jimenez, Carlo Quispe, Colin Matthes, Eric Hadley, Erik Ruin, Ethan Heitner, Jordan Flaherty,Paula Hewitt Amram, Katie Fricas, Edwin Vasquez, Michael Hew, Brett Wintle, Rebecca Migdal, Sabin Calvert, Susan Simensky Bietila, Sylvan Migdal and many others. A 120-page, perfect bound anthology titled 'What We Want'.
book, 5.00€