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UNBELIEVABLY Bad #18 [$9]
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Sixty-eight pages with cover art by Ross Radiation. It includes big interviews with Guy Maddison and Mark Arm from Mudhoney, Bill Posters from Rocks and KK Warslut from Deströyer 666. We introduce you to your new favourite glam warriors, Masta Gravity, we fight about footy and discuss The Victims with Dave Faulkner, and we talk about the Southeast Asian grindcore scene and filmmaking with Rohan Thomas, director of the DIY documentary The Other Option. There’s also a US tour diary by Perth punks Helta Skelta, a brief history of long-forgot Sydney trio La Sect Rouge and a bio of the fastest midget on wheels. Plus all the usual rants and raves and dumb shit and the routine chat with ‘Godfather of Gore’ Herschell Gordon Lewis.

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #17
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68 pages with cover artwork by teenage demon spawn Angus Reekie and interviews with Kim Salmon, Kitchen’s Floor, Canine, Hydromedusa, The Holy Soul, Michael Crafter and The BellRays. It’s got a tour diary by Nic from Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys detailing their adventures with Dead Farmers in Japan; we remember the 1979 Star Hotel riot, and celebrate the life of Myrtle Corbin, ‘The Four Legged Girl from Texas’. There’s also the obligatory reviews and toons and conspiracy theories and Herschell Gordon Lewis.

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UNBELIEVABLY Bad #16 [$8]
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68 pages with codpiece keytar cover art by Mike ‘theartoffox.com’ Foxall, it has long interviews with Nathan Williams (Power, Dribble, Gutter Gods), Angie Bermuda (Angie, Gloss, Straight Arrows, etc), Keegan Daly (Space Bong, Funeral Moon) and John ‘Mad Macka’ McKeering (Onyas, Boondall Boys, Cosmic Psychos, etc). Ian ‘Bobsy’ Millar of The Coloured Balls talks about Sharpies, Ian Cunningham of Aussie outsider punk heroes The Chosen Few recalls their time killing and maiming, and Barney Napalm implies our Prime Minister is a hypocrite. Plus tons more stuff and Herschell Gordon Lewis.

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #15 [$8]
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68 pages with cover art by Marty Schneider, inside there’s interview with Royal Headache singer Shogun, Melvins titan King Buzzo, Hits!, Dan Stewart of Distort zine/Straightjacket Nation/UV Race/Total Control, Long Knife, Sick Rick from Sick People/Ripped Off, Keith Hamlyn (Midget, Meat Cake, etc.) on why Keith is the most rock ’n’ roll name ever, and Herschell Gordon Lewis. Glenno does words and illustrations on KISS’s 1980 Australian tour through the eyes of a young Peter Criss look-alike competition winner – it’s so awesome it cannot even be described properly.

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #14 [$8]
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68 pages with cover art by Reverend Kriss Hades of Sadistik Exekution shame. Interviews with Rev. Kriss, James Baker, Low Life, Gary Numan, D.R.I., Last Chaos, Buzzcocks, Lecherous Gaze and part thirteen of our never-ending chat with Herschell Gordon Lewis. There’s other bits on King Snake Roost, Acker Bilk’s Black Flag years, Rod Hunt photography and Zip The Pinhead. Comes with a free gold on black split flexi disc featuring Melbourne’s DEAD and Portland’s Rabbits.

Unbelievably Bad Zine Presents Hard-OnsUNBELIEVABLY Bad #13 [$13]
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68 pages of Hard-Ons worship with cover art by Ray Ahn. A 30th birthday celebration chockers full of words, photos, flyers and art – total Hard-onic mayhem. Interviews with Ray, Blackie, Keish, Murray, Jerry A and Neil Hamburger plus tributes from various record label bosses and former managers. Also got a small piece on The Spunkbubbles. Comes with a silver on black flexi disc: “Darth Vader Pretends” by the Hard-Ons.

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #12 [$8]
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68 pages with cover art by Steve ‘Mongo’ Cohen. Interviews with Matt Skitz, Bobby BeauSoleil, Loki Lockwood, The Wipers, Drew Gates, Federation X, Hostile Objects and Depression, celebrating GG Allin on Good Friday, pondering the motivations of The Slugfuckers, marvelling at the skills of one-armed fighter Nick Newell, and part twelve of our never-ending Herschell Gordon Lewis interview.

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #11 [$8]
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68-pager with cover done by Rohan Harrison. Interviews with Batpiss, Pete Kostic, Phillip H. Anselmo, The Warm Feelings, Chinese Burns Unit, Misfits covers bands and Depression, Eyehategod tour stories, a big essay on The Geeks, a DEAD tour diary, a bit on Hobbs’ Angel of Death, remembering the original Siamese Twins Eng & Chang Bunker, plus part eleven of our never-ending Herschell Gordon Lewis interview.

UB #9UNBELIEVABLY Bad #10
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68 pages with cover art by Ruban Neilson. Interviews with Masters Apprentices, Daniel Johnston, Jello Biafra, King Khan, Off!, GOD, Blood Duster vs. The Dwarves, Steve Hughes, Swans, The Vee Bees and Depression, a thing on Oxx Art (R.I.P), a little bit on Venom P Stinger, the story of ‘The Lobster Boy’ Grady Stiles Jr, and part ten of our never-ending Herschell Gordon Lewis interview.

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UB #9UNBELIEVABLY Bad #9
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100 pages with cover art by Rick Chesshire. Interviews with The Powder Monkeys, Devo, Blacklevel Embassy, Nick Oliveri, Monotonix, Rosetta, Awesome Color, Chad Morgan, Herschell Gordon Lewis and Depression. There’s one-page write-ups on Martire and Sealo The Seal Boy and a 16-page Golden Plains road diary starring Jay Reatard, The Dirbombs and Future Of The Left. Plus, Eyehategod frontman Mike ‘IX’ recalls his experiences robbing graves with the Misfits back in the eighties, and we also interview several Mentors tribute bands.
Bonus CD had tracks by Eagle Boys, Circle Pit, Speed Demons, Slug Guts, The UV Race, Death Cage, The Hatchetmen (& The Fabulous Hatchettes), Rock ’N’ Roll Weapon, Hello Kitty On Ice, Inappropriate Tough Guy Behaviour, Cunt Butcher, Bambi & The Bambis, Lightning Strikes, Beyond Terror Beyond Grace, Jay Martini & The Dragon Chasers, Suburban Disease, The Selfish Gene, Summonus, The Homicides, Captain Cleanoff, Mongrel Country, Ire, Crux.

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UB #8

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #8
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100 pages of the usual bullshit, wrapped in ultra-cutesy Donny Rat artwork and containing words and piccies on/about The Homicides, Neil Hamburger, Cut Sick, The Hellmenn, Extortion, Kevin Bloody Wilson, Conquest For Death, Tristan Clark, The Splatterheads, Viking Skull, Death Angel, Depression, I Spit On Your Gravy, Django Reinhart and Herschell Gordon Lewis.

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UB #7

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #7
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100 pages with cover by Stu Spasm and interviews with Lubricated Goat, Eyehategod, The Black Lips, 4Dead, High On Fire, Rose Tattoo, Darkthrone, Coliseum, Pelican, M.O.D, plus the first instalment of DNA fanzine’s Depression interviews reprinted from the mid-eighties. Also had bits on Jay Reatard, Bill Durks, Phlegm and a tour diary by Baseball.
Bonus 21-track CD starred the Hellmenn, Straight Arrows, 4Dead, Violent Abuse, Kamikaze Trio, Bambi & The Bambis, Baseball, R.U.S.T, Mink Jaguar, Vae Victus, Toecutter, The Veebees, Frank Rizzo, Hotel Wrecking City Traders, Kleber Claux Memorial Singers, Burning Sensation, Dead Farmers, Kill A Celebrity, Slag Dog Afterbirth, Fattura Della Morte and Doomed & Disgusting.

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UB #6

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #6
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UNBELIEVABLY Bad #6 lowered the tone even further and raised the cover price ever higher (to $6.66). With cover art by one of Australia’s greatest metal personalities, Rok, of Sadistik Exekution, inside was a 10-page aural history of SadEx, as well as interviews with Neurosis, James McCann, Bad Brains, Straightjacket Nation, Mastodon, Tenacious D, That1Guy, Agents Of Abhorrence, Depression, Celtic Frost/Hellhammer, Eddy Current Suppression Ring and The Blurters; tour diaries by Fire Witch (Japan) and Radio Birdman (Europe); and other bits on S.U.X, Prince Randian and The Brain That Wouldn’t Die.

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UB #5

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #5
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100 pages with cover by the UNBELIEVABLY brilliant Glenn ‘Glenno’ Smith, text inside on Lobby Loyde, Napalm Death, The Nation Blue, My Disco, Blowfly, Curse Ov Dialect, Converge, Massappeal, Scum System Kill, Terrorizer, Limp Wrist, The Mummies, Isis and Mindsnare, articles on All You Can Eat, Ian Rilen, Twin City Faction, Grong Grong, Gary Coleman, and a Radio Birdman tour diary.
Bonus CD featured Extortion, Massappeal, The Pink Fits, True Radical Miracle, The Blurters, Dick Nasty, Front End Loader, Nailed Down, Digger & The Pussycats, Fire Witch, Sadistik Exekution, Gallucci, Grong Grong, Regular John, From Hell, wOg, Cobra Clutch, Daredevil, Bang! Bang! Aids! , Happy Go Hate Fuck, Scorpio Scorpio vs Bambi & The Bambis and Digital Fiction.

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UB #4

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #4
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84 pages of the usual stink-o-rama with colour cover illustrated by legendary art monster Ben Brown. On the nose and off its face, it had interviews with Massappeal, Mission Of Burma, Municipal Waste, Slayer, Some Girls, The Thaw, Comets On Fire, ROFL, Frank Rizzo, The Mummies and Herschell Gordon Lewis; articles on Matrimony, Lancelot Link & The Evolution Revolution and Rondo Hatton; and tour diaries by Nashville Pussy and The Holy Soul.
Also came with a free UB badge (talk about carefactor zero) designed by Glenn ‘Glenno’ Smith.

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UB #3

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #3
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84 pages with full colour cover illustrated by Hard-Ons bassist and all-round good sort Ray Ahn. Feature interviews included Hard-Ons, Os Mutantes, The Drones, Refused, The Dead Walk!, Made In Mexico, The Mummies, Dead Kennedys, Doomriders, Cosmic Psychos, The (International) Noise Conspiracy, The Uhohs and more. Articles on Angus McDeth, Violent Soho, Paracoccidioidomicosisproctitissarcomucosis, and Jo-Jo The Dog Faced Boy. Tour diaries by Tucker B’s and The Stabs.
Bonus 19-track CD featured Hard-Ons, Mint Chicks, Sailors, Scum System Kill, Bambi & The Bambis, The Stabs, Spod, Twin City Faction, The Clear Spots, Nunchukka Superfly, The Blacklist, The Uhohs, Witch Hats, Pure Evil Trio, Violent Soho, Guns Are For Kids, Blasting Process, The Warm Feelings, Motorhank, plus a secret bonus track.

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UB #2

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #2
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84 pages with a two-colour cover by Bronx guitarist Joby J. Ford. Articles included The Bronx, The Stooges, SixFtHick, Reverend Kriss Hades, The MC5, Further, Every Time I Die, Rocket From The Crypt, Blacklevel Embassy, My Precious, The Scare, Guitar Wolf, The Sailors, Group Seizure and Herschell Gordon Lewis.

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UB #1

UNBELIEVABLY Bad #1
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Unbelievably Bad peaked with issue #1. 68 pages with black and white Turbonegro cover by Angelica Von Helle. Bits on Turbonegro, The Stabs, The Saints, Hot Snakes, Against Me!, Hard-Ons, Gazoonga Attack, Justice Yeldham, Mint Chicks, Grand Fatal, Blood Duster, Ian MacKaye, The Drips, Mouth, Massive Appendage and Herschell Gordon Lewis.
Bonus CD-R featured tracks by Beasts Of Bourbon, Blood Duster, Bird Blobs, Children’s Hospital, Grand Fatal, The Holy Soul, The Scare, Blacklevel Embassy, SixFt Hick, Sugar Kane, The Nation Blue, Gazoonga Attack, Further, Steve Towson, Colytons, Group Seizure, Tucker B’s, Justice Yeldham and The Windmills.

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