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SLEEPLESS MAG
SLEEPLESS MAG
Issue # 10
(56 pages, A4, printed, in English)

I enjoy reading SLEEPLESS MAG for quite a while now and consider it as one of the most underrated, still existing underground publications. Editor Steven Willems always comes up with a collection of highly interesting, very in-depth interviews that are usually increasing your interest in certain bands in such a strong way, that you feel the urge to check out their releases shortly after you finished reading the particular issue. And that is really a good thing, cause his musical taste is just great. His most current, 10th issue features such cool names as CENTINEX, THANATOS, NUNSLAUGHTER, CENTURIAN, HYPNOSIA, MACABRE, DECEASED, SHADOWBREED etc. etc. A very cool interview with cover artist DAN SEAGRAVE and a little history on SLEEPLESS MAG as well as five pages of selected album reviews complete the picture. SLEEPLESS MAG was never trying to impress its readers with high glossy, full colored articles, big pictures or computerized layout. Everything is just plain and simple, totally underground, and most important of all - with a big focus on the contents (the way it should be!). You can check out a bunch of Steven's interviews on our page as well, but if you prefer a print version, you shouldn't hesitate for a second to order this. It sells for 5,-DM (Germany) or 4US$ (rest of the world). Contact: Steven Willems, Kaulerstr. 5, 51429 Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, e-mail: steven_willems@hotmail.com

Frank Stöver

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