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  • Drop Dead Magazine 5 Relaunch

    Whoa. So I just went to the Drop Dead website and they have their whole magazine on there in an online page viewer format for free. This seems like it would be awesomely cool, but the new format looks a lot more Jeffree Star and not so Nina Hagen. No disrespect to Jeffree Star, but I didn't think deathrock was supposed to be about being plastic. I get that both genres have nice theatrical makeup, but the similarities kind of end there. I'm kind of shocked really. It seems like it would have made so much more sense to just start a second magazine to cover the new interests.

    (PSD has thumbs of old issues)

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    Coming soon Also included videos, mp3,s Legendary Pink Dots Interview, New Bands, Show reviews, in love with the gadget, remembering Cramps, style watch, Festival coverage