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MRR Radio #1587 • 12/10/17

This week Matt pulls some rarities out of the vault to make the scums and punks drool. Intro song: STENGTE DØRER ...

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MRR Radio #1586 • 12/3/17

On this week's MRR Radio, Rob goes ballistic for late '70s and early '80s Bloodstains punk rock from around the ...

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Maximum Rocknroll #416 • Jan 2018

Another new year, another exciting issue of Maximum Rocknroll! MRR #416, our January 2018 issue, begins with a sad note as we ...

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"Who gives a fuck?"

MRR Radio #1585 • 11/26/17

“[...] Elvis gives them a short speech about the death pangs that humanity must go through in order to reach ...

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MRR Radio #1584 • 11/19/17

Another fuct up Rotten Ron and Horrrible Halitosis Punker Power Hour. Intro song: DRUGCHARGE - Husk Rotten Ron fucks it up so you ...

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Maximum Rocknroll #346 • March 2012

MRR #346, the March 2012 issue, features rad German punkers BÄRCHEN UND DIE MILCHBUBIS as our cover stars. They play a dark, urgent, yet somehow charming and goofy style of punk. Check out their 25 year old video below! They are joined in this issue by Hazard, Kentucky’s only punk, the one-man-maniac-band GLOBSTERS! We also have a manic destruktion tour diary penned for us by Australia’s own KRÖMOSOM on their 2011 tour of Japan. (It involves GAUZE — you will not be disappointed…) Meanwhile, WHO KILLED SPIKEY JACKET? puts the glue back into punk, making sure Boston stays nasty, and NIGHT BIRDS put the HC back into NJ. We finish up this issue with a look at the world of DIY record labels, featuring Neil from Tribal War, plus Give Praise Records and Refuse Records. All of this plus the usual assortment of news, columns, and the most extensive review section in punk print.

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R.I.P. Brendon Annesely of Negative Guest List zine

February 3rd, 2012 by

It’s with great sadness that I relay that Brendon Annesely, friend to many of us, and the prolific and twisted voice behind Negative Guest List zine and records, and the band Meat Thump left this plane yesterday. I started typing “left us” but, there could be nothing further from the truth. He was only twenty-two years old, but the mark he has left on our underground DIY culture and on those of us he shared his life with is immense.
They broke the fuckin’ mould.
—Kevin Failure