February 2012 Table of Contents

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The Collective Lives!

The Down The Line Collective is off to a loud start with the release of Western Grace’s punk rock masterpiece Take Back The Scene. Details about that one are in the interview with Josh Lory, but you can preview the album at their BandCamp page (westerngrace.bandcamp.com). If you like what you hear, buy the digital version or contact Josh on Facebook to purchase a hard copy.

There are a few other releases that we are working on, but the biggest one is a new release from alterna-rock legends Veil of Ashes! This will actually be a collection of demo songs from the early 90s, but mastered by Jason Martin of Starflyer 59 fame to sound as good as major label quality radio hits. Details are still being worked out, but be on the lookout for Eternal Teenage Angst in the near future.

Action Spotlight:

Don’t just complain about the world – do something to change it

Freedom Firm is “dedicated to the liberation of children enslaved in commercial sexual exploitation, to their effective rehabilitation, and to justice against those who have profited from their misery. We unapologetically stand dedicated to this cause and this cause alone. We are motivated by our faith in God to conduct our work with the highest ethical standards and to allocate our resources with uncompromising stewardship. We believe that every person has immeasurable value and therefore the exploitation of any person is an unacceptable violation of their God-given value.” See www.freedom.firm.in for more details.

(Freedom Firm did not buy this ad nor do they endorse this magazine – just givin’ ya food for thought)

Print Articles:

  • Letters to Us
  • News
  • Steve’s Corner
  • Matt’s Musings and Meanderings
  • Jimmy A: “Catching up With One of Our Favorite Artists”
  • Josh Lory: “Talking About All of His Projects”
  • Jason Dunn: “Facedown Records”
  • Vinyl Remains: “Punk, Metal, & Hardcore Vinyl”
  • Theo Obrastoff: “Come As a Child… Or Not At All”
  • Bill Mallonee: “We Learn the Ropes of Life and in Doing so we Learn of Our Own Gifts and Our Weaknesses.”
  • HM Magazine: “A Letter From Doug Van Pelt”
  • Men as Trees Walking part 2
  • Live Report: The Violet Burning at the Balzer Theater (11/1/11)
  • Vaga Angel One (2011) by Rick McDonough

Reviews:

Credits:

EDITORS: Matt Crosslin and Steve Ruff
MARKETING: Ulike-a Youtellafriend
WRITERS: Steve Ruff, Matt Crosslin, Joshua Lory, Bill Mallonee
COVER IMAGE: Jimmy A
LAYOUT: Matt Crosslin
WEB DESIGN: Matt Crosslin for Monsoon River Designs

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