Saddle stitched binding, photomechanical image of various figures, designs, and text printed in offset lithography on blue wove paper covers; 20 pp.

Hell and Damnation #6, September 1998

Many punk zines include what is called a “scene report,” an update on the state of the music, arts, and performance scene in a particular place. They are usually expressed through news, interviews, and reviews of LPs and zines, and are ways for bands to reach non-local, often international fans. This British-based zine features scene reports from the Czech Republic and the Philippines, focusing on the hardcore anarcho-punk and crustcore scenes there, two related subgenres of punk rock notable for their fast paced, industrial sound and do-it-yourself approach to community, fashion, recording, and distribution.

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Hell and Damnation #6
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2018.86.432
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Saddle stitched binding, photomechanical image of various figures, designs, and text printed in offset lithography on blue wove paper covers; 20 pp.
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