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MRR #391 • December 2015
Maximum Rocknroll #391, the December 2015 issue, features the MINNEAPOLIS URANIUM CLUB BAND, GARY WRONG from Alabama, Fort Worth’s SIN MOTIVO, SA-INT from Finland, Oakland’s MANSION, first ever Cuban band interview with ARRABIO and ADICTOX, San Francisco’s TSA, an interview with activist Zoë Dodd, photo spreads from All Punks Go For It and Not Dead Yet 2015, and an Andalusia scene report. (Details and links below.)
MRR #390 • November 2015
Maximum Rocknroll #390, the November 2015 issue, features AS MERCENÁRIAS from Brazil, Toronto’s Not Dead Yet festival, OBNOX out of Ohio, SBSM from Oakland, Edmonton’s STRANGLED, Chicago’s own POPULATION, PDX rockers EMASCULATOR, Chatanooga’s Do Ya Hear We? fest, NJ/Bay Area pop-punkers PARASITES, plus photos from the opening of DIY Space for London and Springfield, IL’s Dumb Fest 3D.
This issue is also available as a PDF download HERE.
Maximum Rocknroll Presents: Welcome to 1984 (download)
The Welcome to 1984 compilation LP reissue is out of print on vinyl, but now you can download the whole thing here, including all of the original artwork! Felix Havoc calls it “the best compilation LP of all time” — read his full write-up on this classic here.
Maximum Rocknroll magazine
Have MRR delivered to you every month. In the US, 6-month subscriptions start at just $26, saving $4 off the cover price — or go for a full year and get $15 off the cover price! Packed in catalog envelopes for careful handling. International subscriptions sent via Airmail for speedy delivery.
And if that’s not enough for ya, all MRR subscribers will receive a free poster by Lisa Czech!
But that’s not all! For a limited time, we’re gonna throw in all three of our new 2″ buttons for free!
If you are a current MRR subscriber or your sub ended recently, click here for subscription renewals.
“MRR Presents” Party Pack – 3 Records for $35
Three “MRR presents” records in one cheap package! Pick up the Sound the Alarms 2xLP comp, the reissue of the classic Not so Quiet on the Western Front 2xLP comp, and our discography LP of Colorado USHC legends Bum Kon. This package is only available through the first two weeks of December, so don’t sleep on it!
MRR #390 • Nov 2015
MRR is now offering downloadable PDFs of our most recent back issues! For $1 less than the print version, you can have this issue of MRR immediately and read it on your computer, tablet or wherever you please.
This is a high quality 112-page PDF download of Maximum Rocknroll #390, the November 2015 issue, featuring AS MERCENÁRIAS from Brazil, Toronto's Not Dead Yet festival, OBNOX out of Ohio, SBSM from Oakland, Edmonton's STRANGLED, Chicago's own POPULATION, PDX rockers EMASCULATOR, Chatanooga's Do Ya Hear We? fest, NJ/Bay Area pop-punkers PARASITES, plus photos from the opening of DIY Space for London and Springfield, IL's Dumb Fest 3D. (Details below.)
You will receive a link to download this issue once payment is complete.
MRR logo tote bag
A 12″ x 14″ black cotton tote emblazoned with the MRR logo — perfectly sized for hauling home all of your record scores!
Choose your “Shipping to” region to order below. Or CLICK HERE for a special deal on this tote bag along with MRR #383 and our special Comics and Art Issue poster!
MRR magazine + poster + MRR logo tote bag
MRR Presents: Sound the Alarms!! dbl-12″
Maximum Rocknroll is proud to present its latest international compilation, gathering 32 bands from 14 countries, capturing the current sounds of punk from around the world! This double-12″ includes a 36-page insert with artwork from each band, liner notes and bonus photo page.
MRR Presents: Not So Quiet on the Western Front 2xLP
Originally released in 1982, our legendary Northern California/Nevada compilation is back on vinyl! This double LP includes a free download code, all the original artwork and an added insert/update from the current MRR staff. Best of all, it includes a reprint of the original newsprint insert — the very first “issue” of Maximum Rocknroll magazine — with lyrics and classic artwork from all of the bands!
Ltd. Ed. MRR T-shirt by Alex Heir *last run*
This is the last batch of these shirts we will ever make. Get yours while you still can!
Prolific punk artist Alexander Heir of Death Traitors brings us this limited edition MRR T-shirt design. Heir has designed poster and record artwork for bands such as Limp Wrist, Krömosom, Forward, Infernöh, and Warthog, as well as record stores and venues like East 7th in LA and Academy Records, and of course, the cover for Maximum Rocknroll #360! He is a widely exhibited visual artist and has recently published a collection of his work, Death is Not the End, available through Sacred Bones.
Available in two colors: white or “natural” (similar to the image shown here).
MRR T-shirt by More Power Tapes
The brilliant and twisted minds behind More Power Tapes and Feral Kid Records collaborated to design and print (respectively) this killer shirt! Originally they were made to give out to attendees of Buffalo’s edition of the “Maximum Rocknroll Presents” worldwide benefit on May 16th. Eventually the crew graciously decided to let us get some out to the punk public. Supplies are limited!
Maximum Rocknroll Presents: Sound the Alarms!! (download)
Maximum Rocknroll is proud to present its latest international compilation, gathering 32 bands from 14 countries, capturing the current sounds of punk from around the world! This download includes a 36-page PDF booklet with artwork from each band, liner notes and bonus photo page.
Maximum Rocknroll Presents:
Noise Ordinance (download)
This 2011 San Francisco Bay Area comp features some of the most exciting and dangerous sounds from the local scene, including MÖRPHEME, NEEDLES, RANK/XEROX, NN, SHOTWELL, BLACK RAINBOW, SURRENDER, CONQUEST FOR DEATH, ACEPHALIX, AIRFIX KITS, RULETA RUSA, FACE THE RAIL, ECOLI, MIGRAINE, YEAR ONE, LOVE SONGS, SUICIDE BOMB, HUNX AND HIS PUNX, ACTS OF SEDITION, FIX MY HEAD, I WILL KILL YOU FUCKER, DUCK AND COVER, and the FLESHIES.
Download includes front and back cover art, a 32-page PDF booklet with a page from each band, liner notes and some killer Bay Area punk photo spreads from local photographers, plus two extra insert pages that were included in the LP.