this name might seem fresh and new in your putrid mind,
Occult bleeding isn't really a new fanzine since it
was previously called PAGAN Zine.
The name change
didn't lead to a change of content (Mostly Death metal
and Brutal death, the underground way), but shows an
improvement at various levels...
There's more content,
the layout looks more professional (And the zine comes
with a pro B&W cover)... This effort looks much
more like a real zine.
Now I have to insert my fingers
in the inner of the bowels to tickle purulence: The
main problem of O.B. lies in the fact the English level
of the editor isn't very good... After minutes of adaptation,
your mind is set on the right emulation so it's easier,
but sometimes my brain has to make quite weird zigzags
to really get the idea... (It seems he thinks his English
a serbian way or something...). Hopefully, Milan do
not answers his own questions during the interviews,
so the English level increases during some answers,
and so the whole is easier to read.
the fact a part of the featured bands were totally unknown
to me. Some interviews are cool, some aren't so cool...
He would really need to ask more questions, because
an average of 10 questions can't be very informative.
appreciate the improvement of this zine, and even if
it's average and there are still defects, I think it
can be a nice item for big fans of underground death
metal and brutal death.
ARSEBREED, DEAD CONGREGATION, DEADBORN, FLESHRIPPER,
JASAD, OPHIOLATRY, DEFILEMENT, DATURA, DAGGERSPAWN,
RETRIBUTION, CUNT MAGGOTS.
Milan Mandic, D. Karajzovci 38A, 78418 Nova Toploa,
Republic of Srpska (Bosnia).