Maximum Rocknroll #355 • Dec 2012

2 11 2012

It’s the end of the world and we feel fine!

The new (and potentially last???) issue of your favorite punk rock magazine has hit the streets! The December issue, MRR #355, comes busting at the seams with the best punk from around the world — 100% by the punks for the punks!

This month we talk to our Doomsday cover artist Avi Spivak and we have a split interview with Portland-based punks, the RED DONS and the ESTRANGED. We catch up with Sweden’s crust megaliths AGRIMONIA, and Russia’s hardcore punx ANTIMELODIX tell us their story and and explain love of Finland. NAPOLNARIZ talk about what it’s like growing up punk in Puerto Rico and LA ARMADA examine their experience of coming to the US from the Dominican Republic. Peru’s anarchia punks DHK tell us about their scene in Lima, while BREATHING LIGHT from Chicago discuss race, culture and what it’s like to be a punk of color within the punk scene and beyond. The VICTIMS take us on a trip in the second part of their European tour diary, and our scene report from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada sheds some light onto this active part of the Great White North. This, plus all the columnists you love to hate (and hate to love!) and the most extensive record reviews in punk!

SORRY, THIS ISSUE OF MRR IS SOLD OUT.

November 2nd, 2012 by MRR

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2 responses to “Maximum Rocknroll #355 • Dec 2012”

16 11 2012
Oscar (14:29:36) :

Hey guys. I’d really like to know in wich issue the second part of the history of peruvian punk article that was in the October issue. Thanks!

5 12 2012
MRR Web Coordinator (10:18:51) :

Hi Oscar. Part 2 of Notes on the Peruvian Underground is in the brand new issue, MRR #356, available here: maximumrocknroll.com/mrr-356

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