Protest zine

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'''Protest zine''' is a [[Anarchism|anarcho]] punk and crust [[punk]] [[zine]] from Cork, Ireland.  
'''Protest zine''' is a [[Anarchism|anarcho]] punk and crust [[punk]] [[zine]] from Cork, Ireland.  
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'''Protest zine''' was/is written by Sean Fitzgerald, with contributions by various others at the start (Steve, Sly, Peter-2-liter, Gus and many others). Around two to four issues were released a year between 1989 and 1996. With interviews, zine and music reviews the zine mainly covering D-beat, crust, and anarcho bands and labels.  
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'''Protest zine''' was/is written by Sean Fitzgerald, with contributions by various others at the start. Around 10 issues were released a year between 1989 and 1996. With interviews, zine and music reviews the zine mainly covering crust, anarcho bands, animal rights, homebrewing, squatting etc.  
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'''Protest zine''' came back in 2002 as a website. 2003 saw the release of it in print again, with a much better distribution. There is also a few label releases (Fleas and Lice/Violent Phobia, Stress, compilation benefit for food not bombs). Past interviews include Active Minds, Chaos UK, Discharge, Disorder, Excrement of War, Extinction of Mankind, Fleas & Lice, Misery, Paranoid Visions,Pink Turds in Space, Skitsystem, Varukers, Wolfbrigade and all the usual crust favourites. '''Protest zine''' in no longer being printed and is now mainly a webzine.
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'''Protest zine''' came back in 2002 as a website. 2003 saw the release of it in print again, with a much better distribution. There is also a few label releases (Fleas and Lice/Violent Phobia, Stress, compilation benefit for food not bombs).  
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Protest zine is a anarcho punk and crust punk zine from Cork, Ireland.

Protest zine was/is written by Sean Fitzgerald, with contributions by various others at the start. Around 10 issues were released a year between 1989 and 1996. With interviews, zine and music reviews the zine mainly covering crust, anarcho bands, animal rights, homebrewing, squatting etc.

Protest zine came back in 2002 as a website. 2003 saw the release of it in print again, with a much better distribution. There is also a few label releases (Fleas and Lice/Violent Phobia, Stress, compilation benefit for food not bombs).

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