The Official PULP Wayback Machine

Witness the evolution - the audiomorphosis of the local and international music scene as we take you back to the time it all started, 1999, and back to the present made possible by you. You are viewing the official wayback machine of PULP Magazine, providing you a trip back to music history in the last decade... IN YOUR FACE!

Inside This Issue:



Heavenly Bride

Barbie Almalbis has experienced a number of significant changes over the past year. Since leaving her six-year old band Barbie's Cradle, she has since gone solo, released an album and morphed from being a rock scene sweetheart to a successful pop artist. However, she is about to undergo a bigger change, one that involves a wedding gown and a groom.


Cog: Let's Talk About Sax

One of the biggest acts in the underground metal scene, Cog seems oblivious of the name they've carved for themselves.


Finding Emo Vol IV: The Unholy Number

Despite struggling to stay intact, Chicosci is back with a new album and a new sound. To keep inline with the debauchery, the band will be releasing its new full-length self-titled release on "666" or June 6, 2006.


Hell On Earth... Thank God

It was utter chaos and it was awesome! The PULP Summer Slam proved to be the biggest rock party of the season, filling the Amoranto Stadium to the brim with over 25,000 people.


Ladies On The Edge

Classic rock act Jaggedy Ann put on quite a show during their pyrotechnics-enhanced set. The band, which figured in the finals of the 2004 Worldwide Battle of the Bands, has been living the rock and roll life on different continents and is poised to break out with the forthcoming release of their debut album.





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