[Page Eighty-Nine]

The Beast


  • Religious Pamphlets

    [Note: Someone sent me these ridiculous pamphlets as a joke. And believe me, a joke they are, even though they weren't intended to be. But don't take my word for it, read on and see for yourself!]

    [Above: I feel terrible, but I actually agree with a lot of this!]

    [Above: I wonder what level these guys are and how many hit points they have?]

    [Above: I'm pretty sure all of this has already happened, minus the cool vampires and werewolves. And not to forget about the awesome goat man!]

    [Above: Big deal. We have water filters, air conditioners, bug spray, and who gives a shit about the ships?
    I'm sure the Chinese would build us new ships in a day or two anyway.
    And that last part... I'm sure the Palestinians would be very happy to get their country back!]

    [Above: Okay, so I've beat the game? Are you going to tell me the princess is in another castle?]

    [Above: So God is going to send a meth head with a garden sickle?]

    [Above: Backbiter?! ]

    [Above: And God says: "All your base are belong to us".]

    [Above: Like anyone couldn't out run those fat ass demons.]

    [Above: This looks like a prelude to bestiality. And what's this shit about a 'different world'. Sounds like witchcraft to me.]

    [Above: Nosy-ass neighbor! Mind your own business!
    Whoever drew the picture of that horrid-dark-satanic-evil-blasphemous-demon is clearly inspired by the devil and should be put to death.]

    [Above & below: There's plenty more booklets, but let's just call it a night. I'm sure we both have plenty of backbiting to do.]

    Cry of the Wolf/A View into the Abyss/Doom Hauled


  • 'Zines

    [Note: Here's a random variety of 'zines I thought I'd share with you--'Cry of the Wolf' is from 2014, the 'A View into the Abyss' 'zines are from the early to mid-nineties, while 'Doom Hauled' is from 1999 or so. First, and best, let's look at Cry of the Wolf.]

  • Cry of the Wolf is done by the editor of several other underground fanzines--like Der Wehrwolf, The Black Vomit, Goat Cult Perversion, etc..
    This is the first issue. It contains interviews with a few well-known bands like Acheron and Asphyx, but mostly concentrates on less-known bands, among them Iron Youth, Hildr Valkyrie, Hex, Wodulf, Battlelore, Vociferian, and lots more.
    Cry of the Wolf also contains reviews of music and movies and tons of interesting art. A cool 'zine, done by someone who knows good music and has been in the scene for many years.

    [Above & below: Examples of some of the pages of Cry of the Wolf]

    If you are interested in this 'zine, contact:

    W. Wolf
    Postfach 21


    [Below: A shameless advertisement for Cry of the Wolf!]

    [Below: Wehrwolves forever!]



  • A View into the Abyss is a 'zine familiar to most who were around in the scene back in the early to mid-1990s. It was done here in America, in a dark and evil place called Indiana. It included a superb selection of interviews of up and coming black metal bands from all around the world. Bands like Burzum, Havohej, Absu, Mortuary Drape, Grand Belial's Key, Hades, Satyricon, Ancient, Dark Funeral, Mayhem and tons more. The interviews are funny to read now, seeing how immature (weren't we all?!) and young many of these bands were. Afterall, many of the people were just teenagers. Lots of great ads from the time litter the mags as well. I'll update the name of this 'zine to 'A View into the Golden Age of Metal'. A good 'zine, I can forgive the many typos and misspellings, but goodluck finding copies of it today.







  • I had never heard of this 'zine back in the day. It was a free 'zine out of Canada which boasted a print run of 10,000 copies.
    As you can see, this issue is a Japanese-themed issue. Included are articles of so-called Japanese war crimes, interviews, music and porn reviews, etc. etc.. Also live shows are reviewed, among the shows are rap concerts. What does this have to do with metal? Most of the reviews and interviews are of non-metal bands no one has ever heard of. The reviewer thinks its pretty cool to make fun of black/death metal bands, I have no idea why their labels would even send promos to this mag. Furthermore, why am I even wasting my time talking about this garbage 'zine!
    Black Metal Uber Alles!


    The Hitler We Loved


  • Book

    [Note: This 121 page book was first published by Liberty Bell Publications in 2004. This book is largely a picture collection of WW2 photos with commentary. It is not only a short story of Adolf Hitler, it also explains why people loved and still love him. It also compares the rotten age in which we live to Adolf Hitler's policies and dreams. A world in which all people had a place, not as slaves to capitalism, but as free men and women, each person doing what they are best at, and in harmony with their destinies. This is a great, inspirational little book, that anyone with a free mind will learn from and love.]


    [Below: The Hitler We Loved & Why: Once you learn the truth you will never question why...]

    *Photos taken December 4, 2014



  • Stamps from Chad

    [Note: When Chad isn't making stamps honoring the Third Reich, they're honoring the band who should have killed themselves long ago--Metallica.
    At the very least they could have included some early pictures with Dave Mustaine and Cliff Burton! Here's a few for next time...]

    [Above: Dave Mustaine of Megadeth era Metallica]

    [Above: Cliff Burton era Metallica. In another dimension the bus that killed Burton didn't, instead it killed the other members, and we're all still enjoying a Metallica that sounds like Kill 'em All! (all except Cliff! Ha!)]

    [Above: uhhh... James Hetfield era Metallica on the cover of a bootleg CD.]

    [Above: Here's a better one from 1985-86. Definitely not the Metallica they'd like to portray today!]

    [Above: James Hetfield wearing a shirt of one of the most notorious Waffen-SS divisions -- Totenkopf!]

    [Above: Metallica is by far not the only musicians which have flirted with Hollywood 'Nazism', however. Here is a picture of Rock god Jimmy Page at a legendary Chicago 1977 show.]

    [Above: Another picture showing Jimmy Page, in this picture you can see his German boots.]

  • A company called KnuckleBonz released an officially licensed sculpture of Page in his NS gear. Here is the press release:
    'KnuckleBonz is excited to unveil a limited edition sculpture of Jimmy Page depicted just as he appeared on stage in Chicago in 1977. The Jimmy Page II “Stormtrooper” Rock Iconz® figure is a fully licensed, limited edition collectible. The figure is hand-painted and numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. This sculpture is licensed and personally approved by Jimmy Page.'

  • Keith Richards from the Rolling Stones took things even further, here is a quote:
    'In May 1971, Mick Jagger married his first wife, Bianca, at a small, whitewashed chapel on a hillside above St. Tropez. The British blues singer Terry Reid remembers having later gone to a room in the nearby Hotel Byblos where he and other Jagger guests could change before the reception.

    'By and by we could hear a clanking noise growing ever louder,' Reid told me. 'It was coming down the corridor towards us. Clanking and rattling; very weird. All of a sudden it stopped right outside. The door swung open, and everyone did a double take.

    'A man stood on the threshold. He was in full Nazi uniform. He seemed to be standing to attention, all SS tunic, with an Iron Cross or two dangling round his neck, and black jackboots. It was Keith.'

    [Above: Then there is always the infamous Lemmy of Motorhead, who had quite a vast collection of German WWII artifacts and wasn't shy about showing his interest in 'Nazism' and National Socialism.]

    [Above: Lemmy of Motorhead.]

    [Above: Lemmy of Motorhead.]

    [Above: Lemmy and his collection of WWII German artifacts.]

    [Above: Lemmy and his collection of WWII German artifacts.]

    [Above: Lemmy and his collection of WWII German artifacts.]

    [Above: Lemmy and his collection of WWII German artifacts.]

    [Above: Sid Vicious, bassist of the Sex Pistols, with his infamous 'Nazi' shirt. A recent movie of his life replaced the swastika on his shirt with a communist symbol!!!]

    [Above: Sid Vicious and his girlfriend Nancy.]

    [Above: Sid Vicious' famous swastika shirt recently sold at an auction for $15,000!]

    [Above: Johnny Rotten, singer of the Sex Pistols and Vivienne Westwood.]

    [Above: Johnny Rotten and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones.]

    [Above: Mick Jagger, Steve Jones (Sex Pistols) and Vivienne Westwood, each wearing the Destroy swastika shirt.]

    [Above: Siouxsie Sioux, lead singer of the band Siouxsie and the Banshees, with a young Billy Idol in the background.]

    [Above: The 'King of Rock' himself was said to be enamored with National Socialism. During a taped interview with Jackson he said he admired Hitler's showmanship and described him as a genius!

    Michael Jackson was also taped making 'overtly anti-semitic remarks' during a 2005 phone call, where he described Jews as 'leeches' that conspired to leave him 'penniless'.

    "They suck," said Jackson. "They are like leeches. I'm so tired of it. They start out the most popular person in the world, make a lot of money, big house, cars and everything. End up penniless. It's a conspiracy. Jews do it on purpose."

    The National director of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, Abraham Foxman, said: "It is sad that Jackson is infected with stereotypical ideas of Jews as money-grubbing and manipulative."]

    Michael Jackson also said: "The press is manipulating everything that's been happening, they don't tell the truth, they are lying, they manipulate our history books, the history books are not true. It's a lie. The history books are lying, you need to know that, you must know that."]

    [Above: Then there were the Beatles, whose John Lennon had more than just a passing interest Adolf Hitler and 'Nazism'.]

    [Above: Here's 'Nazi Dog' of the pioneering Punk band The Viletones. You can read his story here...]

    [Above: Peter Steele of Type O Negative/Carnivore.]

    [Above: Rozz Williams of Christian Death.]

    [Above: The Ramones.]

    [Above: Nikki Sixx of Motley Crew, 1983.]

    [Above: Nikki Sixx of Motley Crew again.]

    [Above: Anita Pallenberg and Brian Jones from the Rolling Stones.]

    [Above: Anita Pallenberg and Brian Jones from the Rolling Stones.]

    [Above: Brian Jones from the Rolling Stones.]

    [Above: Jeff Hanneman of Slayer (left) and Robb Flynn of Machine Head. Slayer even sung a Minor Threat song called 'Guilty of Being White' changing the lyric to 'Guilty of Being Right' as the final line.]

    [Above: Phil Anselmo, after this concert he was pressured to apologize.]

    [Above: Pantera and the horrible, evil and racist Confederate flag.]

    [Above: Guns N' Roses band stage pass. Note someone used their computer to edit out the swastika from the picture. This eagle, with it's pointed wings, is specifically an SS eagle. Their 1988 song 'One in a Million' has some interesting lyrics:

    'Police and niggers, that's right, get out of my way
    Don't need to buy none of your gold chains today...

    Immigrants and faggots, they make no sense to me
    They come to our country and think they'll do as they please
    Like start some mini Iran, or spread some fucking disease
    They talk so many God damn ways, it's all Greek to me'

    [Above: Even the Jews of Kiss had to get in on the 'Nazism' craze. I heard about the fact that Peter Criss and Ace Frehley dressed up in 'Nazi' uniforms and would torment Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, but this picture makes no sense, since this picture shows Paul Stanley with 'Nazi' gear (that's Peter Criss on the left).]

    [Above: Another shot of Kiss.]

    [Above: A 'Nazi cat' who fared much worse than that above. Typical braindead monsters at work here.]

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