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.
Heavy metal

Axe Crazy – Angry Machines (digital copy review)

I won’t say I’ve been completely oblivious to the metal scene in Poland, years ago the local Polish music shops…

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Gorenoise

Feline Hemorrhoids – Abnormalities in Appearance (CDr review)

Now that was unexpected! OK, to give you an insight, this is a compilation of stuff by Zen Lopex’s another…

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Gorenoise

Miastenia Gravis / K9 Hemmorhoids (CD-R split review)

So you’ve been craving some more gorenoise, you say? Good, as I have some goodie for you right now! As…

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Interviews

Sharpening katanas (chatting with Shadow Warrior)

You know the drill…I review stuff and if I like something very much (which, is basically everything I, or my…

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Action

Bounty Hunter 2002 (a movie review)

Well, they don’t make ‘em like that anymore…they probably do, though, as the low budget filmmaking is pretty much alive…

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Deathgrind

Anus Tumor/Nephrectomy/Gangrene Discharge (3-way CD split)

What a surprise – and a pleasant one! I’ve encountered Nephrectomy and Gangrene Discharge previously, so I’d known what to…

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Giallo

A Bay Of Blood (movie review)

OK. Yesterday was the day I sat down and watched A Bay Of Blood (a.k.a. Ecologia del delitto, a.k.a. Reazione…

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Brutal Death Metal

Asphyxiate – Promo 2017 (promo CD review)

Continuing with my discoveries within the great Indonesian metal scene, one of the discs I’ve bought from my friend Dede…

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Musick

DxTxAxP – Demo 1 (digital review)

Long time ago, when I was so less knowledgeable about extreme musick, I’ve read in one Czech magazine (I think…

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Atmospheric Black Metal

Angmaer – Victoria Aut Mors (digital promo review)

I’m not gonna say how great 2019 was for music, because it would be pointless. It was as great as…

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