A new issue of UNBELIEVABLY BAD is currently worming its way into Australia’s finest record outlets and distros.
This hideous beast is sixty-eight pages with cover art by great Aussie bogan Marty Schneider who plays in that sick band Chroma from over the Bridge.
Inside there’s a heart-to-heart with Royal Headache singer Shogun, a head-to-head with Melvins titan King Buzzo, and an all-in-brawl with rock warriors Hits! (they win, of course).
There’s deep and meaningful discussions with Daniel Stewart of Distort zine/Straightjacket Nation/UV Race/Total Control, a couple of the members of Long Knife, and Sick Rick from Sick People/Ripped Off.
Glenno Smith has done words and illustrations on KISS’s 1980 Australian tour based on a photo album belonging to a former Peter Criss look-alike competition winner – it’s so awesome it cannot even be described properly.
There’s also a chat with Keith Hamlyn (Midget, Meat Cake, etc.) on why Keith is the most rock ’n’ roll name ever, the obligatory Herschell Gordon Lewis interview and more besides that too.