Cyber-Psychos AOD - The Magazine of Mental Aberrations
Back after a two year absence, Cyber-Psycho's AOD is, as ever, packed with industrial-grade horror in all its necromatic forms: gothic music and art, grade-Z movies and skin-crawling fiction. Jasmine is a big booster of esoteric stuff that you can find only through the mail or hazardous inter-dimensional gateways. I think the contributors and interviewees in this issue should be enough to make you get off your fat ass to buy this: John Shirley, Paul Sammon, Stephen Kent, Larry McCaffery, Don Webb, Paul Riddell, Bruce Boston and Little Fyodor. How about some Scandinavian death metal, or Jaci Marsh on her personal interface of porn and horror, or Senseless Slaughter the board game for serial killers, or over 30 pages of reviews? If that doesn't meet your psychotic needs for the next year and a half you've been eating too much prozac for lunch. This zine is better than coffee for insomnia.