Friday 23 May 2014

The weekly compendium 23/05/2014

Well that's it for another week here at Intravenous Magazine. It's not been a crammed one, but it has been a good one.

First of all we kicked things off with our new columnist Matt Fanale of Casutic fame who has done his best to answer whatever questions you've thrown at him. If you want to ask him anything you can contact him via the email address in the article. If that wasn't enough we've had another column from Joel Heyes as well, in which he praises the resurrection of the British horror institute Hammer Films. While over in the reviews section I got my hands on the new Cabaret Voltaire compilation, and the first full length offering from Mixe1. P. Emerson Williams also gave us the lowdown on the new collaborative effort from Scott Miller, Lee Camfield and Merzbow.

Over on the Facebook page we've had a sneaky look at the new trailer for Rob Zombie's next film 31. Speaking of Mr Zombie, he is also running a competition to win a copy of his new live DVD. We got the news a fire had broken out in Camden market. C/A/T has thankfully been resurrected, so you can check out their new facebook page. In Death It Ends are releasing a hybrid CD/vinyl, which just sounds awesome. Hazel Und Gretyl are funding a new album. And finally, of course, yesterday was World Goth Day.

Right, that's your lot for this week. I'll leave you with this over the long weekend, and we'll see you again on Tuesday.

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