Preemptive Fear Press Issue Two. Featuring interviews with: Big Contest, Spark, ONE, Wreckage and 10 Questions with Grady Allen with reviews and stuff, printed on recycled paper, A4.
“So the day in finally here, issue two is now available to buy! Head over to my bigcartel and pick it up. It’s bigger (A4) and better and has more content than issue one, I have done a new batch of stickers that will be sent out with the issue as well for those who care, I like stickers. For all you people out there that care for the environment it’s printed on recycled paper too!
Still on my way with the beginning of the third issue, just locked down another interviewee and need to send them over the questions, have another person in mind, I’m going to open the floor a little bit and ask if anyone reading this would like to contribute anything, interviews, reviews, shit talk or anything else of interest or note, maybe you’ve been sitting on an old interview that won’t make it into a zine of your own, well throw it my way and I’ll make sure it makes it’s way into issue three!”
Preemptive Fear Press fanzine issue one. Featuring: the last Protester interview, 10 questions with AJ McGuire, interview with Jack from Generation and more.
Preemptive Fear Press is an awesome new blog that you should check out! https://preemptivefear.wordpress.com/
Some interesting posts from the last couple of weeks:
– Slapshot interview with Mark Mckay (originally from Sudden Death fanzine)
– enjoyable article about straight edge and straight edge songs
– 2020: A Handful Demos You Need to Hear
– Deal With It interview
My name is Josh. I have been into hardcore for a long time and now, I’ve decided to create a zine.
It is something I have always wanted to do and over the past couple of years I have felt more motivated to do so. I am from the UK but I want to try and cover a broader amount of stuff with my content. I feel like zines are still an important part of the hardcore and music scene and believe they don’t get enough credit or attention. I want to change that in trying to keep the fanzine scene alive!
I enjoy finding out information about bands past, present and future so other people have to right? I want to run this website alongside to bring you extra goodies, so I am going to try to keep this on a regular update. I would like to thank all the people out there involved in keeping the fanzine culture alive, you are my inspiration along with everyone involved in hardcore in general, without hardcore I and this wouldn’t be here doing this.”