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No Idea Records

MOUNTZA #4
5 €, 8 ½” x 11”, offset, 110 pgs.

By Matt Average
Friday, July 30 2010


Easily one of the best zines on the planet. I’d put this in my top three for sure. Send me $100 cash and I’ll tell you who’s number one.Mountza looks great, reads even better. How they’re going to top this issue I have no idea, because this one is unbelievably great. Great? More like fucking awesome! Worth it alone for the Darkthrone interview. I, no joke, read this interview about five times. Then there’s the article on illustrator Sugi, and that’s pretty mind-blowing as well. That’s followed up with an article on Japanese punk bands, which is also pretty relevant if you’re into bands like Forward, Blowback, Paintbox, etc. Should I mention the Red Dons tour report from Brazil? Then there’s an article on records that sort of are punk but transcend the restrictions—bands like Total Abuse, Bone Awl, and Brainbombs. There’s also a photo spread from Mateus Mondini and Daigo Olivia and interviews with Destino Final, Distort fanzine, Human Eye, Black Time, Love Potion, and Kid Crash. Anxiously looking forward to the next issue. –M.Avrg (mountza.com)






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