Chiller Than Most fanzine

Chiller Than Most zineography

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Issue #1 – interviews with Geert Hollanders (Control Records), Zachary Wuerthner (Intent,Mob Mentality, Moshers Delight), Unified Right, True, Garbageman, Stand Clear, Eric Fennell (Supertouch documentary)

Issue #2 – featuring interviews and articles with with AJ McGuire (Stop And Think), Gil Sayfan & Zachary Wuerthner (in this interview we are discussing about Token Entry), Jacob Hellas (Straight Truth), John Scharbach (Give, Breakthrough), Mikhail Blagodir & Roman Kravets (Sike), Owen Black (Jaguarz), the Hardcore Mailman by Dini

Issue #3 – featuring interviews and articles with Jeremy Stith (Fury), Adam Rifkin (Stick Together, War Hungry), Ned Russin (in this interview we are discussing about Youth of Today), Freddy Alva (New Breed compilation), Connor Donegan (Protester), Connor Hehir (Shrapnel)

Issue #3.5 – Give special issue, flowerhead fanzine featuring interviews and articles with Aaron Chrietzberg, Ahron Reinhard, Angela Owens, Christopher Wilson, Chad Troncale, Dylan Chadwick, Evan Wivell, Gene Melkisethian, Ian Marshall, John Scharbach, Nick Hinsch, Terri Waters, Zachary Wuerthner

Issue #4 – featuring interviews and articles with Marlene Goldman (DJ Spermicide, WNYU’s Crucial Chaos), Nathan Simpson & Matt LaForge (in this interview we are discussing about BOLD), Mir Ali (Might, Look Beyond ‘zine), Combatant, The Flex, Touch and background articles on WNYU’s Crucial Chaos Radio Show (Stand Proud, Up Front, Under Pressure, Warzone, Fit Of Anger, Chris Wynne, Tony Rettman, Justin Aledia, Our Gang, Uppercut, Close Call, Krakdown, Supertouch, Beyond)

Issue #5 – featuring interviews and articles with Ambrose Nzams & Dylan Chadwick (an in-depth analysis of the history of Mental), Nancy Barile , Tony Rettman, Firm Standing Law, The Accursed, Supertouch, the unedited BOLD chapter (“Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk History”), the story of the infamous Buff Hall show (Minor Threat, SS Decontrol, Agnostic Front), things to check out in NYC, a hardcore-lover’s guide (171A, A7, The Pyramid Club, CBGB, Tompkins Square Park, Ray’s Candy Store)

Illustrator by Chun Guo (Click the picture for bigger size.)

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Intro

Yo! My name is Attila. Some of you may know, some of you may not, but I am also doing Chiller Than Most, a hardcore fanzine that I started exactly 5 years ago this spring.

Are any of you still into reading hardcore fanzines? I hope so. I truly believe that fanzines are as important as bands, the difference is that far less people care about zines than about music. I want to change that with the help of this website. (If you don’t like to read or you are too lazy to read, you’re at the wrong place. Sorry.) Fanzines are still important for die hard hardcore fans, important for promoting music communities and gatekeeping music tastes. They are still a genuine part of the scene to people who are genuinely interested in it. Whatever happens in the future, they will always exist. As long as someone has something to say, the zines will live on. (And the kids will have their say…)

I try to keep Do You Know Hardcore? updated regularly, so please check back often. From time to time, I will upload zine excerpts, pics, interviews. If you love fanzines, as much as I do, then you will dig this site!

I want to thank everyone involved with the fanzine culture, and I also want to thank the bands, old and new. Without these hardcore bands and zines there would have been no Chiller Than Most fanzine or Do You Know Hardcore? blog. Thanks.