MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #432 & back issues
Legendary monthly DIY punk fanzine produced in San Francisco, read by punks worldwide.
#432 - May 2019 - the final issue of the legendary monthly fanzine/punk bible. They're going out with a bang. Chocka block with brilliant interviews, reviews, letters and columns, including EXOTICA, Chronophage, Khiis, The World, and so many more!!
#431 - April 2019 - the scandal-packed second-to-last issue of Maximum Rocknroll! All the latest tawdry punk gossip from your favorite columnists, the usual packed review section with the latest records, books, demos, zines, and punk movies, PLUS: Cruising through the brittle reality of life in a broken colony with TERRY; Portland, Oregon noise merchants LEBENDEN TOTEN; raw punk mania from Finland’s YDINASEETON POHJOLA; from Brazil, a scene report from Belém, plus much more.
#430 - March 2019 - Maximum Rocknroll #430, the March 2019 issue, is here! This month our cover features Monterrey, Mexico’s HETEROFOBIA, who interviewer Violeta Hinojosa says “makes you want to dance and spit on straight hardcore dudes’ faces”! VITAL IDLES from Glasgow talk about their sound and creating DIY art in the modern age. We also hear from PERRA VIDA, a killer hardcore band from Lima, Peru, and PORVENIR OSCURO from NYC via Colombia, whose raging sound incorporates classic elements of Finnish hardcore and Spanish punk. Experimental post-punk trio COME HOLY SPIRIT, as well as our favourites MOLAR and many more.
#429 - February 2019 - The best part of your year is already here: it’s our 2018 Year-End Top Ten Issue! MRR #429, our February 2019 issue, will clue you in on all the rad shit you missed out on over the course of 2018. We’ve also got Farrah Skeiky and Angela Owens giving us their top 10 photos of the year, plus Angela gives us a visual rundown of this year’s Not Dead Yet fest!
#428 - January 2019 - features SIAL from Singapore, Oregon’s Cascade Record Pressing, cartoonist Liz Suburbia, Black and Brown Punk Fest TX recap, BITE MARKS from Florida, Atlanta’s Scavenger of Death label, ’90s Russian band CHIMERA, Belgium scene report, and This Is Austin, Not That Great fest.
#427 - December 2018 - features THE SHIFTERS from Melbourne, long-distance band JABBER, Montreal weirdos PINK NOISE, Boston legends ANCIENT FILTH, NYC’s CHOKED UP, MARRÓN from all across America, LIÉ of Vancouver, funeral home dwellers THE FUNS, Manchester’s PROTO IDIOT, and GIANT PEACH from New York.
#426 - November 2018 - Fresno’s FATTY CAKES AND THE PUFF PASTRIES, CASUAL HEX from Seattle, New York’s ever/never Records, Ian Glasper from UK82 greats WARWOUND, Quebec reissue label Je Me Souviens, Portland’s LAVENDER FLU, GUMMING from Richmond, VA, Baltimore crusties SYRINGE, Bay Area author Soup, Germany’s own ATMEN, WEITER…, and ANTIFACES from Miami, FL.
#425 - October 2018 - CHAIN CULT from Athens, Greece, NYC’s Migra Punk Fest, TROIKA from Spain, Pittsburgh’s HET WARD COLLECTIVE, Arcata, CA’s Outer Space and their Lost Coast Fest, TIM AND THE BOYS from Sydney, Olympia’s HOARDER, Yallapunk Fest, VEUVE SS from France, FUCKED AND BOUND from Seattle and Oakland’s DON’T ASK.
#424 - September 2018 - NYC’s HARAM, Italy’s SECT MARK, GREAT WIGHT from NYC, HEAVY LIDS outta New Orleans, Welsh punks DISJOY, JUDY AND THE JERKS from Hattiesburg MS, COLOR TV from Minneapolis/Portland, Olympia’s B/\GG/\GE, MOTORSAV from Copenhagen, and a tribute to the ADOLESCENTS’ Steve Soto.
#423 - August 2018 - Philly’s Break Free Fest report, Oakland’s Multivrs Is Illuminated Fest, Dumb Fest 6 photo spread, PMS from France, Oregon’s ABOLITIONIST, DIY As Privilege, Manifesto, Oakland’s COHERENCE, OSLO BØRS from Norway, and Olympia’s PHYSIQUE.
#422 July 2018 - Italy’s SHITTY LIFE, Virginia’s HAIRCUT, GEN POP from Olympia, Russia’s AIWT, Colombia’s MURO, LARS FINBERG from California, Winnipeg’s WHIP, Stefan Christensen of C/Site Recordings, and photos from Manic Relapse Vol. 6
#421 June 2018 - Vancouver's FASHIONISM, CUNTROACHES from Berlin, MORAL PANIC from New York, APPRAISE fom Barcelona, Portland's MR. WRONG, Mexico's CRUZ DE NAVAJAS, Australia's EXEK, DURS COEURS from Ottawa, NO LOVE APPRAISE from North Carolina, Japanese legends FIRESTARTER, photos from DC's Damaged City festival, and DIY recording tips.