Sunday, July 11, 2010


This Is Nebraska Not Anywhere Else is SOLD OUT! Thanks to everyone who bought a copy of the zine. I currently have posters for sale at shows only in a limited quanitiy for $3/ea. Expect to see a new photozine before summers end featuring the best photos I've taken throughout the last year and half in a pure photozine layout.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Those Who Fear Tomorrow pre-order up now.

Crime Scene Records out of Chicago has announced the next Integrity official vinyl re-issue will be of the seminal debut lp Those Who Fear Tomorrow. A highly recommended metal tinged hardcore record.

"Finally we have PRE-ORDERS started for the next in the series of INTEGRITY releases, the "Those Who Fear Tomorrow" LP. As with the "In Contrast Of Sin" 7” there will be 3 different colors and one version with a special Stephen Kasner cover. The layout for the "Those Who Fear Tomorrow" LP is amazing and has been re-worked by Dwid. The album comes in a beautiful gatefold package and is a must have for your collection. We also have a PRE-ORDER for a new version of the INTEGRITY TWFT shirt. We are expecting to ship these items around 08/12/10."
-Organized Crime Records

Click HERE to order

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Touch And Go: The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine '79-'83

I just found out tonight that the zines of legendary Midwest punk label Touch And Go records has been reprinted as a book via Bazillion Points Books. All 22 issues are crammed into a whopping 576(!) 8.5 x 12" pages. If you are a fan of 80's hardcore, this is the book for you. Don't pose, buy it by clicking HERE.

'The complete series 1979–1983. Twenty-two issues in one loud, fast volume. Ships June 30 in a hardcore fun pack with 1 1/4″ metal badge, sinister new wave black balloon, and more! First 100 orders will also receive the classic We’re the Meatmen…And You Still Suck!!! live CD signed by Tesco Vee.

Introductory essays by Tesco Vee, Dave Stimson, Steve Miller, Henry Rollins, Keith Morris, Peter Davis, Henry Owings, Byron Coley, Corey Rusk, John Brannon, and Ian MacKaye."