martes, 27 de diciembre de 2016

Interview - Plutocracy

1.Destructive greetings from Perú Frank! how are you brother? all good there?
Doing well brother, thanks for the opportunity.

2.Give us a short review of how Plutocracy is formed.
The history of PLUTOCRACY is long, weaves back and forth and is in a way a history of the whole underground hardcore scene in the West Bay. I will try to explain it as simply as possible.  PLUTOCRACY formed in 1988, in Redwood City, California. I am the fifth bassist, I believe. Their original run was from '88-'93. The line up that did the most recording was Max Ward on drums, Kindred McCune (Stinkweed) guitar, vocals, Thomas Perez (Kalmex) guitar and vocals, and Billy Ganley on bass. Thomas' older brothers Josh and Jay (vocals, bass) both played in IMMORTAL FATE, along with Billy's older brother Pat on guitar. Both bands played shows throughout the Bay Area and SoCal in the late 80's/ early 90's. After recording their album Dankstahz, Billy left the band and was replaced by Dan Hogan (Big Boy), from local Hardcore band 976. Dan plays on the material that would be released on the split with DISCORDANCE AXIS. Both of those records, by the way, were released after Pluto had broken up. In early 1993, Max wanted to leave Plutocracy and the band broke up, the remaining members forming NO LE$$ with the Perez brothers from IMMORTAL FATE.

In the early 90's, I played in a hardcore band called Radioactive Lunch. We were from a small town called Foster City. The Peninsula on San Francisco Bay is made up of a dozen or so cities of various size, one after the other, south of San Francisco. We refer to it as the West Bay. Radioactive Lunch began playing live in 1992 and started to network with punk and metal bands from the area. One show was with a band called Sheep Squeeze, also from Redwood City. The guitarist, Dan Lactose, was instrumental in helping us out with shows and introducing us to recording engineer Bart Thurber. Bart had recorded Plutocracy, 976, Immortal Fate and Sheep Squeeze among many others at his studio in Palo Alto, House Of Faith. When Max quit Pluto, he started SPAZZ with Dan Lactose and Chris Dodge. NO LE$$ was doing their thing and Jerry Guttierez from 976 started EVOLVED TO OBLITERATION. By 1994, these new bands had all released material. Max started his record label, 625, his first release being the NO LE$$/ETO split 7". My band Radioactive Lunch had broken up and morphed into AGENTS OF SATAN. The small scene in the West Bay was growing and long lasting friendship were being made.

By 1996, Stinkweed had joined Agents of Satan on guitar, Agents vocalist Lord Ballsakk was doing vocals for DEADBODIESEVERYWHERE, Dan Lactose was making beats and DJing for the SHEDWELLAS, a rap group with members of NO LE$$, SPAZZ did a US tour, and this thing of ours began calling our clique the West Bay Koalition. That summer, NO LE$$ played a show in downtown LA with Excruciating Terror and a contingent of us rolled down with them. We were hanging out outside before the show and talking to Eric Wood of MAN IS THE BASTARD, smoking weed, and he kept referring to the police helicopters flying around as "doom riders". We tripped on this and began calling our crew DOOMRYDERZ. More records came out by all the bands too. Max released the first AOS record on 625, Haraldo from Bad People Records signed on to do a NO LE$$/ AOS split, Max had joined ETO as their vocalist and hella shows were being played.

In 1997, NO LE$$ and AOS went on a US tour with Stinkweed pulling double duty every night. NO LE$$ had recently recorded for what would be the BOXED IN 7" on Slap A Ham Records. Stinkweed was unable to record with the band during those sessions because of substance abuse issues but cleaned up for the tour. Unfortunately by the end of the tour, things went side ways and Stinkweed missed the last few gigs. Upon the return home, NO LE$$ moved on without him, with Justin from DBE replacing him on guitar. NO LE$$ kept busy playing shows and recording for a fifth and final time in 1998. They booked a full US tour with DBE for that summer. About a month before it was supposed to begin, Dan Hogan AKA Big Boy took his own life. As a way to cope with their grief, the band decided to press on with the tour anyway. At the time, Max had joined CAPITALI$T CASUALTIES and they were on tour as well. The touring bands met up on East Coast and Kalmex asked Max about reuniting PLUTOCRACY as a tribute to Big Boy. Max agreed. 

So as a tribute to the fallen bassist of 976, Sirota, Plutocracy, Bros. Jibb, and No Less, Max, Stinkweed and Kalmex decided to reform Pluto for an album and some shows. I was asked to play bass. At the time Max was the drummer for SPAZZ, CAPITALIST CASUALTIES, and his newest band, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?. We could only practice once a month but every practice was fruitful. Over the course of 1999, we would write what would become the second Pluto album, SNIPING PIGZ. Max had arranged for it to come out on Pessimiser Records but the head of Theologian Records, who put out Pessimiser, saw the cover art and declined. It was then released by SIX WEEKS RECORDS in 2000. We played several Bay Area shows throughout 2000, and made a trip to NYC to play CBGB. By the end of the year and because of our frustration with Max' busy schedule, the rest of Pluto decided to start a new band, KALMEX AND THE RIFFMERCHANTS and the Sniping Pigz era of Pluto came to an end.

Over the next decade, the members of Pluto stayed busy in bands such as the RIFFMERCHANTS, GO LIKE THIS, SHADOW PEOPLE ( hiphop), USF ( hiphop), BULLSHIT EXCUSE, METH KAMP, SCHOLASTIC DETH, WHN?, VERLATEN, CARNICERIA, ELEPHANTMAN, BASTARD SQUAD and ALTAMIRA. In 2009, Kalmex approached me about Pluto and maybe getting a different drummer. I told him about how I had recently been talking to a friend of ours about playing drums for ALTAMIRA and maybe we could get him for Pluto. It was Eli Bloch, a youngster from the West Bay who had played in a band called FALLING OVER DRUNK. He had since moved to Portland, OR, and was in a band called Fall Of The Bastards, and at that time OAKHELM. He was immediately on board. Eli had a friendship with Billy Anderson, the recording engineer that has recorded so many of our favorite bands, and we were able to record the last Pluto record, OFF THE PIGS, with him in 2010. OFF THE PIGS came out on Forrest Moon Special Products as a 12" 45. Pluto did a small West Coast tour that summer. Over 2011, Agents Of Satan reformed for some shows with Stinkweed on guitar again. A week before a gig with BLOODY PHOENIX, Stinkweed blacked out at his apartment after a night of drinking and woke up with his foot twisted backwards. He had surgery but was too injured to participate in bands. He slowly rehabilitated for the rest of 2011. Pluto was scheduled to play a metal fest in San Antonio that December but stayed put when the promoter couldn't deliver on his promises. February, 2012 would be the last time Pluto practiced. We had four new songs we were rehearsing. During this time, Stinkweed had to go back for surgery to remove the screws in his foot. After the surgery, his wounds became infected and he was in a lot of pain. His mother visited his apartment daily to help nurse his wound. In early April, she showed up to find him dead. An adverse reaction to mixing pain medication with psych medication.

3.How many stuff have edited Plutocracy?
Plutocracy releases:

Progress Demo

Freedom Denied 7"

Plutocracy/976 split 7"

Plutocracy/ Aproctus split flexi

Snitch 7"EP

Plutocracy/ Phobia split 12" (live)

Plutocracy Dankstahz LP CD 10"

Plutocracy/ Discordance Axis split 7"

Sniping Pigz LP CD

Off The Pigs 12" EP

Plutocracy/ Immortal Fate split 12" (live)

4.Back to 90s,tell us how was the grindcore scene in your city/country? What bands could we find in that chaotic years?
The punk/HC/metal underground scene in the Bay Area was full fucking throttle in the 90's. 924 Gilman St. was a critical venue then as it still is today. The all ages club really allowed the scene to flourish. In Redwood City there was a pizza place that had shows called the Pony Express. Plutocracy and Immortal Fate played some of their first shows there. Recording studio, House Of Faith, and engineer Bart Thurber, were incredibly important to the development of the Peninsula underground music scene and the whole Bay Area really. Having an inexpensive place to record, we really were lucky. Bart recorded almost all of the SPAZZ and PLUTO records as well as everyone else in the WEST BAY scene.
Back to Gilman St., there were amazing shows almost every weekend. Man Is The Bastard came up from LA constantly. The Fiesta Grande shows that Chris Dodge put on were game changers. I saw PHOBIA for the first time at FIesta Grande 3. The entire venue erupted into a pit when they came on. It was insane!! The singer's dreads kept getting cought  in the Xmas lights. I went up to almost every band after their sets and gave them Radioactive Lunch 7"s. Met a lot of folks that way. A few months later, RL would play at Gilman with DYSTOPIA, EXCRUCIATING TERROR, SPAZZ, and NO LESS. AGENTS OF SATAN invited to play the fourth Firsta Grande in 1996. The band CATTLEPRESS wound up staying in Redwood City during that fest and a long lasting friendship was forged with our NYC brothers. A list of bands that we all played with in the 90's would include MINDROT, MITB, CAPITALIST CASUALTIES, E.T., NOOTHGRUSH, PHOBIA, DYSTOPIA, LAUGHING DOG, ABCESS, AUTOPSY, EXHUMED, BENUMB, SLIGHT SLAPPERS, and so many others. 
The West Bay bands toured in the 90's as well. SPAZZ did a US tour in 1996, I believe. A year later, Haraldo Mardonez of then REFORM CONTROL, later CATHETER, now CAPITALIST CASUALTIES, would book a west/ southwest tour for NO LESS and AGENTS OF SATAN, as well as release a split EP. In 1998, the ill fated NO LESS/ DBE US tour would ensue. Lots of friendships and connections were made on these tours that last to today. 

5.Some member from Plutocracy have another proyect paralalell?
Here is a list of Plutocracy band members and their other projects.

Max Ward (drums) Plutocracy, SPAZZ, Evolved To Obliteration (vox), Capitalist Casualties, What Happens Next?, Stockholm Syndrome, Scholastic Deth (vox), Bombs Of Death
Kindred McCune AKA Stinkweed (guitar/vox) Plutocracy, No Less, Agents Of Satan, Shedwellas (rap), Apeshit (vox), Bullshit Excuse (vox), Kalmex and the Riffmerchants, Go Like This, U.S.F. (rap), Shadow People (rap), C.H.U.D. (vox), Torture Unit, Kompound (rap). 1974-2012.
Thomas Perez AKA Kalmex (guitar/vox) Plutocracy, No Less (drums), Kalmex and the Riffmerchants (drums), Carniceria, Go Like This, Verlaten (drums), Freedom Denied, Redacted
Billy Ganley (bass) Plutocracy, Valdur
Dan Hogan AKA Big Boy (bass/vox) 976, Plutocracy, No Less, Shedwellas, Bros. Jibb. 1973-1998.
Frank Marchi AKA Ramon Salcido (bass/vox) Radioactive Lunch, Agents Of Satan, Lost Ground, Gremmies (drums), Perilisium Cantos, Plutocracy, Bullshit Excuse, U.S.F. (rap), Kalmex and the Riffmerchants, Elephantman, Go Like This, Kompound (rap), Altamira, Freedom Denied, Redacted, Deny The Cross
Eli Bloch (drums) Falling Over Drunk, Grindcrime, Fall Of The Bastards, Oakhelm, Plutocracy, Freedom Denied, Knelt Rote.

6.Loud influences in Plutocracy?
Musically Pluto's original influences were Terrorizer, Napalm Death, Carcass, Neurosis, Asbestos Death, Sleep among many others. All members were big hip hop fans as well.

7.Which is your opinion about the actual grindcore scene around the world actually?
As far as the grind scene around the world, it is certainly way bigger than it was when Plutocracy first started. For me personally the underground music scene is a huge part of my identity. Using social media over the last several years, I have come into contact with people and bands from all over the globe. I enjoy hearing new music and hearing the different styles of grindcore that people come up with. Plutocracy was an innovative and original band way before I ever joined. For me they set the bar pretty high. I hear a lot of bands that are uninteresting and derivative but I feel if they keep going, they will slowly find their own unique sound, so stay the course! 

8.You know the extreme scene from Southamerica? maybe Perú?
Bands like Sepultura and Sarcofago were early influences for all of us. Anarchus from Mexico is a favorite as well. 

9.Morbid future plans in Plutocracy?
With the passing of Stinkweed, Plutocracy is no more. At the time of his passing, we were working on new material. Kalmex, Eli and I started a band called Freedom Denied, along with Lord Balsakk on vocals, that tried to continue the legacy of Pluto. Eli recorded his drum tracks to 9 new songs, including the Pluto material we were working on prior to Stinkweed's death. We have yet to finish the recording unfortunately. When we do, it will be sick, brutal grind in the Pluto style. Currently, Kalmex, Balsakk and I are in a grindcore band with Freeway of Immortal Fate on drums and Snowman (Jay Perez) of Immortal Fate and No Less on guitar called REDACTED. We have demos available on bandcamp and a split 7" with THE SHELTERING SKY (ex CATTLEPRESS) in the works.

10.Last words Frank and thanks for your time in this interview...
My involvement in Plutocracy is just a very small part of their legacy. The material they recorded during their original existence (88-93) is incredibly sick and original. I've never heard a band since that sounds anything at all like them except for NO LESS. I am very proud to have been able to play a small part. Thanks so much for the interview and giving a shit about underground, original grind!!

Suppuration Zine First Issue Out Now!

jueves, 22 de diciembre de 2016

Entrevista - Convulsions

1.Bestiales saludos desde Peru grind maniacs de Convulsions!
Como va todo Sergio por esas tierras podridas? 
Saludos, muchas gracias por contactar con nosotros para esta entrevista. Supongo que por estas tierra irá todo igual o mas podrido que en todos los países.

2.Cuentanos como se da la formación a esta apabullante banda de nombre Convulsions?
Todo empezó hace un año aproximadamente, Héctor (guitarra) y yo (cantante) siempre habíamos querido montar una banda de grindcore del estilo de bandas que nos gustan como INSECT WARFARE, DEATH TOLL 80k, DENAK, EXCRUCIATING TERROR, DISTURBANCE PROJECT. Contactamos con Samu (bateria), Binky (bajo) y hasta ahora haciendo ruido.

3.Actualmente cuanto material ha editado Convulsions?
Actualmente tenemos un Ep editado con 10 canciones en formato cd y en estos días enviamos a fábrica el master para sacarlo en 7".

4.Cuentanos un poco mas acerca sobre la escena grindcore de tu pais/ciudad? que bandas nos podrías recomendar para destruir nuestros oidos?
La escena en España está un poco regular (pero así es el underground), aunque si que hay unas cuantas ciudades en españa donde la gente está respondiendo un poco más y una de ellas es la mia, El Ejido. Personalmente me encanta el grindcore español. Creo que tenemos mucha suerte con bandas como DENAK, NASHGUL, DISTURBANCE PROJECT, MACHETAZO, RAGEOUS INTENT, GRUESOME STUFF RELISH.... y bandas nuevas como TORSO, BODYBAG, CANNIBAL FEROX, RENCOR, BISTURI ...

5.Algun miembro de Convulsions mantiene otro proyecto paralelo? 
Sí, nuestro batería Samu tiene un grupo de death metal técnico llamado ONOMASY.

6.Como encuentras ala escena grindcore actualmente alrededor del puto mundo?
Creo que está bien, no puedes esperar una asistencia brutal siempre pero en el centro de europa, que es lo que conozco un poco, se mueven muchas giras, hay muchos festis y van saliendo muchas bandas nuevas. 

7.Conocen algo de la escena extrema de Sudamérica? tal vez Perú?
De Sudamérica si que conozco bandas pero concretamente de Perú no tengo ni idea, espero que me recomiendes. 

8.Como va la acogida entre los grinders la brutalidad de Convulsions?
Pues sinceramente a la gente le está gustando mucho y estamos teniendo buenas críticas, así que ninguna queja.

9.Morbidos planes futuros en Convulsions?
Ahora estamos componiendo las canciones que irán en el split con RECALCITRANT para grabarlos a principio de año. Y respecto a los directos, tenemos algunos conciertos y festivales en España programados para el año que viene. 

10.Ultimas palabras y gracias por tu tiempo en esta entrevista.
Como he dicho antes, gracias por contactar, apoyar y contar con convulsions. Un saludo para tí y para todos los lectores del zine. Grind or die!

Mono Canibal Records


domingo, 11 de diciembre de 2016

Interview - Pestilence (Australia)

1.Destructive greetings from Peru Kim! is a pleasure do this killer interview with you! Pestilence!!!
Blearghhhh total cult in the extreme sicknes from fast and loud tunes around the fucking world!
All brutal and sick there? how going the things in these times?
Hi mate all is good here, still listening to and playing underground extreme music!

2.Kim explaim more about Pestilence to the true and real grinders! how be form this putrid and violent band!
Well Perth is the Capital city of Western Australia, its pretty small and isolated,its always had an
underground music scene since the 70s with early punk bands like the Victims,Orphans,the Geeks etc
I started hanging around the Perth punk scene in the mid 80s,back then everyone pretty much knew everyone else by name.if you saw a new punk at a gig or on the street it was like oh wow another punk and you
would go up and start talking to them etc.

I met this guy named Ian Belford in 86/87 who did a Punk/HC radio show,we became good friends and as well as 
both liking all the same bands Exploited,Varukers,Disorder,Chaos UK etc we both also really liked discovering more
underground rawer extreme bands such as The Shitlickers,Neos,Siege,Terveet Kadet,Olho Seco,Head Cleaners,Wretched etc.
We soon agreed to the idea of forming a raw HC Punk band,I played a bit of guitar and we set about looking
for other band members,we tried with an early line up but it was pretty bad ha ha...none of us could play
our instruments very well,We started thinking of a band name and we actually got it from the Kreator:Pleasure to kill LP! I think we saw it in a record shop and Ian & I were like wow that's a killer LP cover ha ha....not a very
original band name and we weren't even influenced by Kreator..but that's where we got the name.

The first line up was Ian:Vocals,Kim:Guitar,Bill:Bass,Robert:Drums.
We only rehearsed with this line up,people would come and sit and watch us rehearse at our house,have a beer with us as at that time all the early 80s Perth Punk bands (,Insurrection,Black Sheep,Memento Mori etc) had split up.Our drummer moved away and the band stopped rehearsing for a while.

We met this guy called Stuart on the streets in the city-he just came up and started talking to us,he must have seen Ians huge mohawk from miles away ha ha,Stuart had moved to Perth from Sydney he started hanging around with us and he was like...oh you guys want to start a band Ill play drums,Stuart bought himself a drum kit and taught himself drums!
We started rehearsing and it was great,Matt Snashell who had played bass in a few early 80s Perth Punk bands
asked us if he could have a jam with us and we had a full line up.
With this line up we rehearsed,played gigs,recorded a studio demo tape,got on television (yes really) and appeared on the Nuclear Blast Records "The pleasures in life"compilation LP/CD.

3.In the old times how many stuff Pestilence edited?
One studio demo tape and we had a few tracks from this recording appear on the Nuclear Blast Records "The pleasures in life"compilation LP/CD.

4.About the influences in Pestilence,talk more about this point Kim.
The main influences at the beginning was UK82 Punk especially the more noisy stuff on Riot city records,
we basically wanted to play that stuff in the very beginning,Ian and I always were on the look out for more
faster,noisier extreme HC and Punk...we tape traded alot with people all over the world,We also liked the Punk metal stuff a bit like Broken Bones,Sacrilege,etc,Coming across records like "Cleanse the Bacteria" compilation
and Beating the meat compilation really put us onto more crazy stuff.
Also at this time all the mid 80s British HC bands were coming out...Napalm Death,Heresy,Ripcord,Extreme Noise
terror,Electro hippies etc..that was another smash in the face for us.The peel sessions recordings of those bands
was a big influence...first Peel sessions of Napalm Death,Extreme noise terror,Electro hippies-Killer!
Stuart our drummer was great too as he had introduced us to alot of American HC bands,DRI (1st LP!).Negative Approach,and Fucking Negative FX.....the Negative FX Lp was a big influence on Stuarts drumming in Pestilence
those crazy drum rolls.

5.Returning in the destructive years Kim! explaim more how was the extreme scene in Australia!
To be honest I didnt think there were many, if any other bands playing similar extreme style in Australia,maybe there were some but remember this was before the internet existed and we live in an isolated city.
The main Australian HC bands at the time might have still been playing Depression,Vicious Circle,Mass appeal etc.
We had other Punk bands starting up in Perth the same time as Pestilence;Barbary Corsairs,SDI,Anti Pogram,Stool pigeons who all played varying styles of Punk and we played alot of gigs with a Thrash metal band Cremator.

6.Now the members from Pestilence have another proyects? talk us more about this.
At the time we all only played in Pestilence,after Pestilence split up we went on to form other bands;
Ian sang in Storm of perversion (Cross over) who put out a self released LP.
Matt went on to form Rust(Melodic punk)who he sang and played guitar in.
Stuart went on to drum in Crippled Children (Sing along American style punk)
I played guitar and sang in Resolute (Grind/Thrash) Guitar in Refuse (UK Punk) and started Nailed Down.

7.You know the extreme scene from Southamerica? maybe Peru?
I only really knew Ataque frontal at the time around Pestilence,other bands Olho Seco,Colera,Ratos de Porao (1st LP) all great.

8.Some label have interest in the re-edition from the stuff from Pestilence?
No nothing definite,it would be great to see the whole studio recording re-released, be cool to see it on vinyl.

9.Maybe someday Pestilence reunion? would be totally killer!
I would do it if the other guys would be interested,it wouldn't be quite the same tho as Stuart our drummer passed away and Matt the bassist lives on the other side of Australian now.

10.Kim thanks for your time in this interview! last words grind maniac!
Many many thanks for the interview,really appreciate your interest and support,amazed that 28 years later
someone still has interest in Pestilence ha ha..
I would also like to say a big hello to anyone reading this that might have been in contact with us back in those days.
Again thank you.

AxRxL - Extreme Noise Label

lunes, 5 de diciembre de 2016

Interview - Mob 47

1.Fast and furious greetings from Southamerica! exactly Peru! all good there Chrille?
Hey bro,, just fine here in Sweden hope all is good in Peru.

2.Please brother give us a killer trip by the chaotic existence from MOB 47!
Okay I will do my best, fast your seatbelt haha.
Our first band was Speedy Snails and the year was 1981. We were Chrille on base, Åke on guitar and Jögge vocals, the style was more like Hard Rock. In the summer of 1982 we started a new band called Censur and now we start to play punk music, Hard Rock was to slow and boring haha. Chrille took on drum duties and Jögge picked up the bass and Åke on guitar of course. In the fall of 1983 Mentis joined forces as lead vocalist and the band changed its name to MOB 47, releasing the 11 song cassette ”Hardcore Attack”. We had now developed a stronger taste for American and Finnish hardcore.
In the beginning of 1984 we became a three piece act again as Mentis was fired. In April we recorded 22 songs on a rented portable studio of which nine ended up on the ”Kärnvapen Attack” EP. All of our recordings are made in Bowlingstudion which is actually the rehearsal space we had in a bowling alley owned by Åke’s parents. In 1985 we tried being a four piece band this time with Robban on vocals. We did a few gigs and recordings together but Robban didn’t have the same enthusiasm as the rest of us and left after only a few months. Tommy from a band called Crudity took his place and we did some great gigs. Later that year Jögge quit and the band dissolved not long after.
Almost 20 years later we decided to get together again. The 2005 line up consisted of Johan on base, Jögge vocals, Åke guitar and Chrille drums. We recorded some new material in the summer of 2007 and in 2008 we release an new 7” “Dom Ljuger Igen“In November 2007 Jugga decided to leave the band making MOB 47 a three piece once again. In October this year 2016 Johan decide to leave the band after 130 shows and now we have Christoffer ( Driller Killer, Lautstrümer) on base.

3.How many stuff have MOB 47 edited? 
Not much only two 7” some compilation and cassettes.

4.Basically the lirycs talk about? politics,animal cruelty?
Yes that’s correct political that lie, animal’s rights, all cruelty in the world and war. Many lyrics is also about the scary situation in the eighties between Soviet Union and USA and all nuclear bombs.

5.Influences in MOB 47?
We are influenced by bands like Poison Idea, M.D.C., Gang Green, Minor Threat, Terveet Kädetv Varukers GBH and of course Discharge

6.Some member from MOB 47 have another proyect parallel? band,zine,label?
Yes Åke and Chrille plays in Desperat, Åke and Christoffer play in Korsfäst and Christoffer is also active in Voidfiller and Lautstrümer.

7.Returning in the old times tell us more about the scene in was the loud and chaotic scene? The scene was not so chaotic in Stockholm in the eighties but we had a great venue called Ultrahuset, really love that place.

8.You know the extreme scene from Southamerica? maybe Peru?
No really sorry we don’t know the scene, think we have to go there and discover it.

9.Stuff avaliable from MOB 47?
Well we have some stuff like shirts, patches and some 7” but we only sell it when we have a gig, that’s another reason that we have to do a South America tour in the future haha.

10.Morbid future plans?
We don’t have any plan to do a new record but you never know.
Next show will be in the Canaries Islands and in May there will be a European Tour.

11.Last words to the readers from NO TE CALLES ZINE and thanks for your time!
Keep up the Mangel and hope to see you in South America someday.