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Hysteria Digi-Mag #22 (or is that #1?) May Edition



In today's broke ass society, you need things cheaper. So the brainiacs at Hysteria Magazine decided paying money for our lowly rag meant paying too damn much. If you can stow Instagram away for more than fifteen seconds, you can download our mag FREE to your phone or tablet (or phablet, if you're the most annoying ding-dong ever) and read it while waiting for your bus to Centerlink. WHILE YOU STILL CAN, YOU WORK SHY FREELOADER! Oh shit, I

In this ish, I almost sort of tour Zakk Wylde's Black Vatican, sleuth out Killer Be Killed's Fish Taco Incident, slobber over the ravishing Simone Simons massive Epica balls, dig mad crates with DevilDriver's Dez and get cozy with Devil You Know. Pretty sure that's it.

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Interview: Citation Needed - Limp Bizkit in Hysteria Magazine #18 (October/November)

I don't fuck around with Fred Durst in the latest Hysteria Mag. I go in dry. For the HARD facts. Like, "why is your twitter background a shoe," for instance. I also accosted Hour of Penance, Behemoth, Death Angel, Gwar, Bring Me The Horizon, Recoil VOR and Max Cavalera of Soulfly. Yes, I'm tired too. Ensure my No-Doz supplies never empty by buying the mag here.

I also sort of don't talk sci-fi and/or drugs with Between the Buried and Me's Paul Waggoner. Don't mention the war, Paul. Oshi-


Interview: Every Time I Die (The Brag)

Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley once felt he was paying for mistakes made in past lives. Bolting over personal hurdles, Buckley and his merchants of metalcore masala will blow the minds of us antipodean types, appearing on Aussie soil for the second time this year.

Read more at The Brag.


Interview: Cherrywood (Beat)


The only way for punk-inspired country band Cherrywood is up. Drummer Chris Drane used to clean toilets at the Corner Hotel, and now he's sweeping up friends from all corners of Australia. Cherrywood is a bit of a head scratcher. They've written scarring acoustic tunes about Pentridge Prison, throbbing heads and bleeding hearts with hands as calloused as stockmen. But how do you figure a country band from Melbourne? -

See how it figures here.

Read my reviews for:

The Tedeschi Trucks Band and The Polyphonic Spree


Articles: Hysteria Magazine #17 (August/September)



I went to Ferntree Gully for this mag. Ferntree Gully. It's a blip on a dot forgotten by dental hygeine and happiness. I saw Bleeding Through there. Hanged with Marta Peterson, who beat me at pool. (On points.) My girlfriend didn't approve of that, but she sure as shit didn't mind my gawking at a near-nude Boris the Blade baring their tattoos. DOUBLE STANDARD MUCH?

As for interviews I upset the legendary Jeff Walker of Carcass, talked BJs with Nile's Karl Sanders and boogied with Elvis and Lucifer via Watain. There's whole lotta other mystical trippy shit in as well. What is it? You'll have to read to find out.

Order a gloss-o-matic edition or purchase with your digital thingy here.