This Is The Salivation Army

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This Is The Salivation Army is a zine from Toronto created by Scott Treleaven.

The first issue was released in 1996 and ten issues have been published to date. During this time editor Treleaven was interviewed in zines such as Broken Pencil and Fanorama. The zine incorporated a vivid mixture of punk, goth, the occult and industrial music aesthetics. Contributors included AA Bronson, G.B. Jones, Jason Louv, Paul P. , Genesis P-Orridge and Ango Visone.

In 2002, Scott presented an overview of his zine experience in a film entitled The Salivation Army which quickly became a cult hit, playing at film festivals across North America and Europe and counting as issue 9 of the zine. In 2004, 'Issue X' of the zine was released. In 2006, all the issues were gathered together and issued in book form as The Salivation Army Black Book.

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