Interview With Sergei Pismeny EVIL’S BEST ZINE
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1. Hi Sergei! Please tell me how you’ve reached the “promised land” (aka Israel). Where did you get into Heavy Metal and how old were you back then? What was the first band to turn your life upside down?
Hailz Alex! Thanks a lot for your interest in my unholy activities! I was born in Ukraine, not too far from you, but I moved with my parents to the UNholy land back in early 1996 (at the age of 9,5). It’s a long story, so let’s just say that I’m just one of these GREAT people who immigrated form the ex-USSR, haha!
I fell in love with the sound of electric guitar when I first discovered some Soviet Rock bands through my brother’s tapes back when I was 4 or 5, these were bands like Kino, DDT, Sektor Gaza and the likes. My abilities to find more Rock stuff were very limited back then ov korpse, but I somehow felt that there gotta be some much “crazier” music and I gotta like it once I hear it. It happened at the age of 15, when I heard IRON MAIDEN by accident. As you said – my world got turned upside down and mymusical tastes keep going downhill since then!
2. Tell me please – where did the idea of creating your own zine come from? What gave you the ultimate push to start collecting written material about underground bands? How do you position your zine in the underground?
This idea came to my mind when I noticed that I had the perfect conditions for running such an activity back when I was in the army, not too long before I finished my 3 years long military service. I had lots of free time, an access to xeerox and most important – enough great True Metal bands to write about! The debut issue was in Hebrew, because it sucked to see that such a small per cent of so called “Metalheads” are actually into METAL here in IsraHell, a country that is polluted with trendy “metal”core garbage.
I wanted to show the people that Metal still kicks ass and there are tons of good bands nowadays as well. And so I interviewed a few bands I like and respect a lot (Golgolot, Apokalyptic Raids, Gehennah) and wrote some reviews and one dark night stole the key of my base sommander’s office and xeroxed enough copies of the 1st issue of the zine to empty the brand new (1 week old!) xerox he had there! No one could understand the day after how come it got emptied so fast, haha! Since later it became obvious that the need in an English-written zine is way bigger than the demand for a Hebrew-written one, “ROA BEMEITAVO” got trnslated to “EVIL’S BEST” since the 2nd issue and will stay this way.
As for Evil’s Best’s position in the ug – good question… I’d rather let the readers judge it. Underground is mutual help and support and of course honesty, so it’s not that I’m trying to compete with any other zine editors. Still, I can proudly say that I’m just doing my best to spread it like a fvkkin’ pestilence and not to kvltivate it by limiting it to 13 copies. Evil’s Best gets distributed in soooo many countries and so far the feedback It received is positive, so I feel like I’m doing things the right way. My naive dreams about changing something in Israel probably didn’t come true, but as long as there are some individuals who do like it – I’m glad that it attracted the lions! Don’t need the sheeps anyway, fvkk them!
3. Personally I’m not familiar with any paper zines from your country. Are you the first fanzine editor, or have there been any attempts to create any underground zines there in the past?
Well, there was such a thing as Hebrew-written METAL HAMMER in Israel in the past (it’s anything but a FANzine though), but it went bankrupt. Around a decade ago – there also used to be a Hebrew-written pro-printed fanzine called “MATAHOT KVEDOT” (=”Heavy Metals” in Hebrew) here, but only 3 issues were made. An interesting fact is that its editor Chaim Drishner lives in the same city where I live, just 200-300 meters away from me.
I’ve also heard that there used to be a very obscure Black Metal-oriented fanzine called “Hellgate” here, but never got the chance to see a copy of it myself. Same goes for a local zine called “Avodat Elilim” (=”Paganism” in Hebrew) I only heard about from a guy who lives in Greece. There’s a mostly mainstream Metal-oriented pro-printed magazine called “Rockpoint” here in Israel, which is being spread for free and I heard that underground Punk fanzines at least used to exist here in the past, but when it comes to xeroxed ug Metal zines – it seems that my zine is one of the very few coming from Israel and nowadays it’s definitely the only one, so no wonder it’s the first Israeli zine you’ve ever heard about.
4. What are you doing in your everyday life, what’s your profession and how does your family accept your activities?
“I’M THE BLAKK VOMIT OV HELL!!!!!!!!!!” Nowadays I’m studying in a university… My family didn’t like my musical choices already back when I was a child, but it seems that they got used to it. You can say a 13 years old kid that he’s gonna grow out of this stupid noise, but it’s pretty useless to say it to someone who is into it for 18-19 years out of 23…
5. Where is your zine’s title taken from and is it dangerous to spread such a name upon the holy land? Have you ever faced any conflicts with religious organizations or the police?
Since Metal is in my opinion way better when it deals with evil, darkness, obscurity or even Metal lifestyle, rathen than society, politics, fairies and other boring bullshit – I couldn’t think about a name that doesn’t have the word EVIL, so fortunately I found a name that is also a words-game and can be inderstood in more than 1 way. This idea came pretty naturally, since I like humour and word-games a lot.
As for the latter part of the question – I promote my zine among Metalheads, not within religious communities or police departments, so I think that neither of them even know about it, and even if they did – it’s not a country of tanks and camels as it might look form the other side of a TV screen but still a free country. Probably the biggest enemy of my activities is the ignorance of internet-bangers, who think that getting your dose of Metallized information from paper and not from a PC-screen is retarded and for whom METAL menas “MTV-2” and not real Heavy / Doom / Thrash / Death / Black Metal! I wish them that they get addicted to p@#n and deny real sex as well, haha!
6. How much time does your writing process usually take? Does anyone help you doing the zine? Who is responsible for the cover artworks of Evil’s Best?
It varies… I made the first issue in just a few weeks and the 2nd one was made in just 3 more months, since I had more free time to write. It took me around 10 months to forge the 3rd assault though, but I actually worked on it mostly during the last 3 months if not less. It depends on the amount of spare time I have, inspiration and unfortunately laziness. Also, when releasing a new issue – I’m very busy packaging all my trade parcels (and I trade A LOTm since recently I also started a tape label/Metal distro), so there’s no time left for writing.
Many people asked me to contribute to the zine, but I want MY zine to be done by me and not occasional “hitchhikers”. So far I included only 1 live report in the 2nd issue that was written by someone else (and probably will do it only once more, if at all). In the last issue some labels helped me by agreeing to get their ads included in my zine. I didn’t ask for much money and hence didn’t get that much, but as long as it did help me to cover some postal expenses – I definitely feel grateful! As for other kinds of content – the only 2 people that are ALWAYS welcome to be involved in my zine are Milovan Novakovic form Montenegro, who drew the both the Hebrew and the English logos of the zine (and my label’s logo too) and the covers, and Julien aka NAGAWIKA, who makes killer Metal-oriented comics! These guys have golden hands!
7. Do you remember your first interview and your first buyer? How was the response on the zine on your zine?
The first buyer was a f@@kin’ poser, unfortunately, haha, but I didn’t know him before he bought it and discovered it only too late! The first interview was made with Adir/Golgolot form Israel (by the way – a die hard religious man), whom I know since years and was the ultimate person for me to interview for a Hebrew-written zine back then. I tried my best from the start and so I’m pleased even with what I did back when I totally lacked any experience in doing the zine thing.
Both he promotion of the 1st issue and the interest in it in Israel were very poor and not many bought it (even though the price was as ridiculous as around 1$), but the die hard maniacs from other countries traded with me to get this “exotic” zine with pleasure, even though they were unable to do anything with it but looking at the pictures, haha! Their response was “YOU MUST DO AN ENGLISH VERSION, BASTARD!”.
At the beginning I got frustrated, since my aim was to make something special for the local crowd and I almost gave up the idea of doing another issue, but an old Metal Maniak called Yishai (who runs the label RAVEN MUSIC for over a decade and the ROCKPOINT zine I mentioned before) gave me some piece of advice and I just went on collecting material for a possible new issue, this time in English (also since it was a pain in the ass to translate).
When suddenly I realized it was already enough for 92 pages, I just printed EVIL’S BEST#2, which got accepted in the ug way better than I expected! This time I went to a printing shop and printed a big bunch of the zine (and still keep printing it every time it runs out of stock. It’s also better to print it there since it saves many hours of fvkkin’ with a xerox and doing every hole with a needle in order to stample the zine, as I had to do with the debut isssue!) and tried to promote it way harder. Many labels worldwide were glad to trade in order to support it and the maniacs who put their hands on EB#2 mostly wrote me that they liked it a lot! I don’t really count the wanker who is probably so vberkvlt that he has probably never seen the back side of WELCOME TO HELL and hence criticized the lines “IF THIS ZINE IS TORN, WARPED OR DEFACED IN ANY WAY, PLEASE THROW IT AWAY AND BUY A NEW ONE!”. Ignorance and lack of humour are not cool…
8. Which other editors are you in contact with and whose work got you really impessed, both graphycs-wise and content-wise of course?
I’m in contact with many editors of such cool zines as the German THRASH ATTACK, which is in my opinion a really killer zine, Putrefactive Eddect (Fra), Prayer Book (Ita), Grind the World (Rus), Hellthrashing (Chl), Rites of Zygadena (USA), Legion of Torture (Peru), Violent Moshground (Hol), Baphometal (AAAARRRGGGGHH Hentina), Iron Hammer (Ger), Hellpike (Ger) and more… I even know some Ukrainian zine called something like “F@@kin’ Thrashhell” or something like that, cool zine, haha!
I care about the graphycal aspect way less than about the written content, otherwise I would probably simply prefer comics, but without a doubt – MORBID TALES #6 (Can) is a masterpiece when it comes to design in my opinion! You can see it on every fvkken page! And the “Hellbent for cooking” thing is a genious idea – well done, SATAnnick! Nagawika’s “Bestial Avenger” comics is also one of the coolest things I’ve seen, a real must see and funny as Hell!
As for written content – I recently scored a copy of ETERNAL FIRE#4 zine and even though I haven’t finished reading it yet – I must say that it’s really killer! But maybe I will have a 2nd to none favorite zine when I finally get a chance to buy the legendary SLAYER mag compilation that should be out in the future, I have a feeling that it gotta be something outstanding!
9. I know that you recently started a label. Tell more about it please. You’ve already unleashed the debut release (HANGMAN (ISR) – Anti-Disco Graphy 2002-2006). Why did you choose an old Israeli band? Why on tape? Why Thrash Metal?
Starting a distro was an inevitable decision for me, since I traded a lot with labels and got lots of spare CD’s and tapes, so I needed to start selling them, thus spreading mostly killer stuff among more Die Hard Maniaks and returning some money in order to print more copies of the zine/distribute them etc. Back then – Vecheslav (ex-Tangorodrim & Frostgrave, now HELL DARKNESS) got tired of taking care of his ABSOLUTE HELL label and I bought his distro for an underground price, so I had a nice stock to start with for someone who distributed only 1 issue of a fanzine much. I also decided that it would be nice to release stuff I enjoy myself, so I decided to start a tape label and not just a mailorder.
One of the first supporters of Evil’s Best was Gil, a true Israhellbanger whom I’ve seen on gigs in the past but never got to know personally. We turned great friends since he had contacted me about the zine, and since he told me that he had thought about starting a tape label in the past, during some lazy Saturday noon conversation we decided to join forces and start the tape label together. A funny thing that this maniak actually got the money to pay for his part of our first release from recycling the huge pile of beer cans he had at his home!
Doing the Hangman tape was Gil’s idea and dream, and since we both knew their vokiller Yakir and used to support this band back when they were active – I agreed. Hangman is by no means an OLD band, they existed between 2002-2006, but in my (and Gil’s) opinion – they’re the best local Thrash band EVER (not that there have been many of them here over the years, haha!).
Why Thrash? Because that’s what Hangman used to play, as simple as that. It’s not that we wanted to limit ourselves only to this sub-genre. As long as it is good METAL – it’s fine with us. Why tapes? We can’t afford printing vinyl (it would be a dream come true to do it one day though) and there are enough CD’s labels already, so why not tapes? In my opinion – every die hard music lover must have a a turntable, a tape-deck and a cd-deck, otherwise he’ll miss a chance to hear some really killer stuff only bekorpse he doesn’t have the tool to play it, if it exists only in 1 format. Those who keep complaining that they can’t listen to something that doesn’t exist on CD format – your fvkkin’ loss! do it yourselves just like we did the tape if you want it as much as us, or just FVKK OFF!!! We both think that tape is the most natural format for demos! Personally I think that we gave Hangman’s ANTI-DISCO GRAPHY the respectful treatment that a compilation deserves, while keeping the demo rawness there. Does it need more than that?…
10. I also know that you’re a big fan and a collectioner of all that’s connected with the cult HELLHAMMER. Is that your favorite band? I’d also like to know more about the destination of Hellmentor.
I’m definitely not a “collector”, since I’m not into wasting money on more than 1 version of the same release and I try to get rid of as much stuff as I can usually, in order to keep only the stuff I really like and not things that might look cool lying upon a shelf, while only collecting dust. (It’s still MUSIC! FVKK FETISHISTS!). Same goes for Hellhammer – I would never waste a fortune just in order to support some pervert bootlegger who decided to print shitty p@#n pictures on a HELLHAMMER record’s sleeve! They aren’t my favorite band, Iron Maiden are, but Hellhammer IS most probably my favorite extreme Metal band and one of the very few that got me as amazed wen I heard them as when I discovered Maiden. There’s some kind of magic in their raw, unbalanced chainsaw-like roarring bass sound in TRIUMPH OF DEATH and DEATH FIEND that got me addicted since the first listen. I like Satanic Rites and Apocalyptic Raids and early Celtic Frost as well though (and Warhammer and Apokalyptic raids rule too!!!).
Hellmentor was the only thing I could thing of doing in musical terms back when I got exposed to Hellhammer’s sound. I thought to myself “If I ever play something, it will be something in the vein of Hellhammer!”. I was aware of my ability to write lyrics already back then, which is a very important thing in music for me, but only later I bought some crappy bass and started to try to play. I still don’t succeeed to do it though, haha!
I started to write lyrics for this project intentionally back in 2004 and later some bass riffs as well, but only in late 2008 Alex/Morbid Tendency (killer local one-man Death Metal project) joined as guitar player and since he’s a (too) great musician (the total opposite of me) – we had 5 songs ready to be recorded within a couple of months, but for reasons I don’t want to share witht he readers – I decided to go on alone and start everything form the very beginning. I admit it was all my fault, but I’d better burry Hellmentor alive than let it turn into something I don’t want it to be.
As for now – Hellmentor is only my distorted bass, my throat and drums that some friend of mine programms for me. I don’t like to promote something that is not done yet, but if everything goes according to plan – I’ll raid the studio in order to record the debut demo “The Fiend of Death Triumphs Again” in February. Expect primitive as Hell sonic desecrations in the vein of Hellhammer meets Rademassaker! AAAAARRRGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!
11. Let’s go back to the fanzine topic now. What interview do you consider the most important to this day and is there a band you’re dreaming to conversate with on the page of EVIL’S BEST? Have you happened to deal with stupid companions, or on the opposite – way too smart ones?
So far I gave up the idea of publishing 2 interviews I’ve done, but I’m not going to share the bands’ names with the readers, sorry. I’ll just say that one of them is a compilation of “too smart” answers that came out so annoying that I still can’t gather my forces and read that interview from the beginning to the end. It sucks and I excluded it, though maybe one day I’ll do a new one witht he same person and publish it, I’ll see…
As for stupidity – I happened to receive answers that were fully written in capital letters, but fortunately I found a way to fix this thing, so no big deal. It’s a hard work to edit interviews with people who seem to have studied English from Sarco’fago’s INRI lyrics, but as long as I like their music – I’ll do my best(ial) to turn their answers readable.
I’m very pleased and with all the stuff I’ve published so far, but the 2 most important interviews I’ve done so far are in my opinion the GOLGOLOT one (since it was the first experience of doing an interview) and APOKALYPTIC RAIDS, which is one of my favorite bands ever and surprisingly – almost 2 years later, that interview is still not outdated! (Unfortunately the fresh plans published there haven’t turned into reality yet, that’s the reason why). A band I would die happy if I had the chance to interview is IRON MAIDEN for sure!
12. To be honest – I gotta admit that I don’t know almost any Israeli bands. I heard some Salem and Orphaned Land and that’s it probably. Are there any worthy bands there at all? How is the local scene and how is Metal getting developed in Israel?
You haven’t missed too much, but there are some worthy bands. Tangorodrim, Frostgrave, Hell Darkness, Hangman, Morbid Tendency, Strident, Dark Serpent, Beerage, Switchblade, Golgolot… There’s also a compilation LP form 1992 called “Unholy Bands from the Holy Land”, which is almost the only proof of existence of some really killer Detah Metal bands that used to exist here back in the early 90’s, such as Cerebral Coma, Scaffold and the totally sick grind band People, who got even signed to Relapse back then. stay tuned to ISRAHELLBANGER’s pdates and hopefully in the near future you’ll discover something that NO ONE expected to discover in 2010!
Nowadays it’s at least 90% crap. Poser kiddies that sound professional yet completely soulless and sterile, playing gay posercore. But fortunately many of them stop doing it when they go to the army and simply leave Metal, even though they’ve never been into it for real, haha!
13. You live in a very unsafe part of the planet, surrounded by countries that hate your country. Literally the hirstory of Israel is a story of neverending conflicts and terror. What can you say about it all, and how does it feel to live in Israel for you?
That’s true, but I don’t think that there are any completely safe places on Earth nowadays, especially because Europe is getting flooded with Islam as we speak. Just a couple of months ago there was an act of terror in Melitopol/Ukraine, the city I was born in, so what the fvkk?… Let me also remind you the theatre in Moscow that was under seige, the act of terror in the UK and ov korpse September the 11, 2001! It’s not a safe place here and it would be nice to see some changes here in the future, but I’m sure that the media tries to present this country in a way shittier form than it really is, and as long as I live here – I don’t feel like complaining. Let’s say that unfortunately the only news I get from Ukraine about people I used to know are usually very grim, so I don’t think that I would feel better living in Ukraine if I didn’t move to Israel… The fact that that I’m a caveman that is so disconencted form the news that I usually hear about things that happen in Israel from people abroad also helps me face the local reality, haha!
14. Please describe the equipment you use in order to listen to music. I know that you’re a big vinyl collector. Do you have any rarities that are especially important for you?
My equipment is actually very simple and inexpensive, but it’s not that I really need mega-expensive audiophile equipment in order to listen to evil Metal, do I? I have an old Kenwood tape deck, a Sony CD deck, a Sony receiver from the late 70’s, an average Technics turntable that I will probably upgrade to a better one and ancient, BIG Sansui speakers that were made in 1970! Let’s say that while stupid people spend insane prices in order to ahve a “1st edition” crappy cd and listen to it through some plastic PC-speakers, I get the ancient Metal listenning feeling with this equipment for real, and it sounds great for sure!
As I said before – collectioning just for the sake of it makes me sick, but yes – vinyl s my priority. Still – if a good demo exists even only on cd-r – I won’t boycott it just because it doesn’t have a nice looking insert or it’s not carved in vinyl. I do have some cool “die hard” editions of some album, but that’s only because I like the music, not just because they’re rare/kvlt/ltd. 13. Probably the arest thing in my collection is Anal Vomit / From Peruvian Hell 7″, limited to 300 copies and handnumbered. My number is #1 / 300.
14. What ispires you during the process of Evil’s Best’s creation except for music?
MONEY!!!! Kidding… Seriously – it’s mostly the good responses I get from the readers about it. I think that without the bunch of bangers who supported the idea of this fanzine since the debut issue there might be no Evil’s Best#2 and probably no ISRAHELLBANGER RECORDS. Sometimes it’s alkohell as well, but I won’t lie and say that I’m too much into it.
16. What band’s stuff are you planning to release on ISRAHELLBANGER RECORDS next?
DTP002 will be a 4-track EP of the US Black Metal band DAWN OF WOLVES, called “Darkness as Black as Evil”. It was released in a ridiculously stupid quantity of only 50 tapes so far (with only 3 tracks), but we’ll include a new song there and definitely make more copies. Expect some really unique Black Metal there!
DTP003 will be a never released before demo of an Israeli band called BESTIAL DEATH, which was recorded back in 1986! Expect something that makes MORBID VISIONS sound like ARISE! Both of these tapes will see the darkness of night somewhere in 2010, we’ll do our best to unleash them both as fast as we can!
17. How do you contact the bands? Do you make the interviews only through mail, or have you recorded any live interviews with a dictophone during gigs?
By the way, how are the infernal live shows in Israel these days? Who were the last true Metal troops from abroad you’ve seen live?
I prefer to make my interviews through e-mail and not live, because it gives the bands more time to think about what to answer, so in my opinion – the result is better than a live interview. It’s also better than snail-mail interviews in my opinion, because even though I don’t get a hand-written letter (which is always a pleasure to read) – e-mails don’t get lost, have readable fonts and overall they’re more comfortable to work with. They save money, misunderstandings, they’re faster and usually the result is also nicer to read. I’ve made an interview through telephone with Alex/Morbid Tendency and there’s another recorded interview I haven’t published yet and not sure whether I’ll do it in the future.
As for live gigs – the better bands here are mostly split up since years (Hangman for example) or don’t play live (Tangorodrim/Hell Darkness/Morbid Tencdency), so there are only a few local bands that I go to their gigs here. There is an evergrowing number of bands that come here from abroad, but since these bands simply suck in my opinion – the last foreign band’s gigs I attended was Dismember in August 2006. As for faggotcore bands’ gigs – there are tons of them and many posers go to see them, but true fvkkin’ METAL gigs are scarce here.
18. I know that you’re not a big fan of pure BLACK METAL, especially not NSBM. Of course it’s a “slippery” question and the reason for the second part is obvious, but why don’t you like the rest of BM? In the last issue of Evil’s Best you interviewed Darkthrone – one of the once most important bands of the genre. After many years of corpsepaint and impurity, these guys moved to MetalPunk/Rock N’ Roll and started to answer interviews. Your comments about it?
Yes, It’s crystal clear why I don’t like National Socialistic Bullshit Music, haha! As for the rest of BM – I like the 1st wave (Venom, Bathory, Hellhammer/Frost, Sarco’fago, early Sodom & Destruction and such) and the rest of later Black/Thrash, be it Gehennah, Nocturnal Breed or Toxic Holocaust. I don’t like the 2nd wave (and surely not the later) stuff that was created in Norgay, except for Immortal probably. Every band there took
this music to a different direction and the music and the attitude got futher and further from what this stuff used to be. Personaly I don’t hear enough violence in the music of Emperor, you know what I mean. The “musicians” themselves get me disgusted as well, be it the clown Kanwulf/Nargayroth, the hypocrite backstabber Vikernes or the Gaygoroth fagg and their conflict about rights for the band’s name. How METAL is it to kill a friend because of financial misunderstandings or even to sue him? I’m not a fan of the majority of a genre that is a one big parody of itself… I do like some bands like Immortal, Tangorodrim and Frot Beast though.
Darkthrone for me is only the debut and their last 3 albums, I couldn’t care less about their Panda-Paint BM period. Fenriz claims that he stopped answering interviews because he got tired of f@@ked up phone-interviews and then started to answer interviews again because there were too many rumors about Darkthrone. I think that it’s great that he answers interviews again, he’s a nice and down to Earth man, he has a great sense of humor and he’s a great source of killer musical recommendations. The fact that people took BM-era Darkthrone too seriously is their own problem. It’s not that they play commercial pop for money-making these days and it’s not that there wasn’t any primitive Punkish vibe in their BM stuff. So what’s wrong with them playing just what they feel nowadays? would it really be better if they kept making compulsory music they’re not into?
19. You’ve mentioned Alcohol here earlier. I tend to ask every band the same question about their alcoholic priorities. What does the EVIL’S BEST editor prefer for the maintenance of high spirit? Mexicans have Tequila, Russians have Vodka, Germans have Schnapps, Cubans have Rum etc. Is there anynational green serpent in Israel?
I usually drink either beer or vodka, though I like wine too. My favorite beer is Miller, but when it comes to vodka – the cheaper=the better for me. If I cross the limit by mistake, it sucks to vomit something I paid too much for, haha! And no, I’m not aware of any special local alcoholic drinks.
20. Please tell some funny story that happened to you while being drunk. Have you done any interviews with bands while not being sober? :)))
Does losing the ability to breath after having drank some vodka and then passing all that goddamn vodka out through my nose count? Or maybe vomiting
inside a white Mercedes taxi? 🙂
And no, I haven’t interviewed anyone while being drunk, maybe I’ll do it in the future though.
21. What are your assosiacions concerning the following?
a. Jordan? Never really cared about that cunt-ry…
b. Bathory? The early stuff rules supreme! THIS was Black Metal! Hope Quorthon found a good place in Valhalla!
c. Worldwide crisis? A terrible thing for sure, but the US people found a way to solve this problem already – they voted for a black muslim leader, haha!!!
d. Transvestites? Disgusting creatures. It’s still a mistery to me why instead of trying harder to solve such problems of starvation – some scientists decided to put their effort in finding a way to convert fags into pseudo-females… Was it really worth it? Aren’t fags disgusting enough without having tits? And I’m definitely NOT proud of the fact that one of them took the first place when IT presented Israel in gayrovision!
e. Italian Horror movies? I think I never watched any, but it might change one day. I’m not a fan of horror stuff in general though. But I do like Adriano Chelentano’s comedies and I’m a big fan of Sergio Leone’s movies!
22. Thanks for your extensive answers my friend! We’ve come to the end of our conversation. What would you like to say for the end? Maybe I forgot to
ask you about something you’d like to tell? Good luck with your infernal zine EVIL’S BEST and ISRAHELLBANGER RECORDS label!
Oh no, thank YOU for giving me the opportunity to answer this interview, I had great time answering it and I like your questions a lot! Good luck with your unholy activities as well, keep the flame of TRUE FVKKIN’ METAL WITH BALLZ OV STEEL burning! Thanks to all those who support underground Metal, you’re the (evil’s) best! Long live the loud! Up the Irons! And remember – only death is real…
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