Not bad at all. This Malaysian fanzine chose the massive way to crush your head with long and quite detailed interviews that could remind BLOOD OF THE ANCIENT Zine (Sleep or R.i.p?) or VOICES FROM THE DARKSIDE. The fatter one dealing with IMPETIGO (17 pages written in small characters) that turns out to be great even if you're not a big fan of the band. Of course you'll also find normal-length interviews (Rabbath Amon, Black fire...) but those of HEADHUNTER D.C., INSIDE, TRANSGRESSOR , NOCTURNAL VOMIT or LEVIFER aren't particularly short...
There are also some reviews, but it's not the strongest force of DEADHEAD.
The layout was all computer made, looks clean and serious, but also cool because of the cool morbid drawings in the margins (Reminds of the zines published around 1998, and shows it can be metal and old school without falling into the "Dumb'n paste" trap)
To deal with the negative aspects, I'd say his English isn't "perfect" (But it's understandable and I saw really worse from South East Asia), and reviews could be a bit more critical.
To conclude, if you have money left and need more fanzines, look at the summary of interviews and decide if it fits your tastes. This issue wouldn't be a disappointment if you're interested in underground metal.
Ps: He also runs a tape label.

c/o Wan Syamsul, 10 Lorong Lang Tompok, Taman Sri Bintang, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.