Rudolf Schütz

Rudolf Schütz

A father to two little perpetuum mobiles called kids, Rudolf is a main force behind The Rubber Axe webzine, a bookworm, musick lover and a movie fan - not to mention his virgin forays into the comics and board/card games.
Interviews

One day in a very noisy life (with Jay Watson of Placenta Recordings)

One of many things I love in exploring and discovering new genres, labels and artists is the variety of opinions,…

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Black Metal

Bathyum – Rituals of the Damned (album review)

I have a confession to make. I’ve had the opportunity to listen to this debut album of Bathyum when it…

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Horror

Demon Queen (a movie review)

I’ve said it previously and I’ll say it again. They don’t make them like they’ve used anymore. Demon Queen, the…

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Interviews

The Filmmaker’s journey (with Sam Auster)

When I’ve reviewed 2002: The Rape of Eden, I’d immediately known I would need to get in touch with the…

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Crossover

At Their Mercy – Disawowed (digital release review)

Do you recall my review of Aggressus’ 2008 demo I’ve posted the other day? Well, if you do, good news…

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Musick

Aggressus – Cleansing of the Mind (demo review)

When I’ve decided to change my playlist for a moment and was looking for some good thrash metal from the…

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Books

Michael Hauss – Spaghetti Westerns! Volume 1 (a book/zine review)

It’s a book, it’s a zine…it’s a bookzine!!! OK, I’ve gone a little too artistic on this, but the truth…

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Interviews

Dissecting aliens with Vaggelis Koutsopoulos (Ptoma)

In my return to the underground of extreme musick I’ve been able to find a great loads of interesting bands…

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Adventure

Deathstalker (a movie review)

Adventure movies with strong heroes were nothing new even in the beginning of the 1980s, but the appearance of Arnold…

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Action

Doom: Annihilation (a movie review)

If you remember good old 1990s and were using computers back then, chances are you remember Wolfenstein 3D. And if…

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