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:

Lovers Cried, Poets Dreamed

Well, we're sure somebody cried, especially with how Laguna-based Typecast's recent release Every Moss and Cobwebs is, in general, an emotional rollercoaster of high voltage melodic rock n' roll.

Still Carrying On

When Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance declared, "We'll carry on!" at the end of "The Black Parade," he wasn't kidding. Only after a few months after we did a massive MCR feature on the band's latest smash disc, the poster boys of rock n' roll return to the pages of PULP as, uh... poster boys. You won't find these anywhere else, kiddies, so buy our magazine. Now.

Q&A: Kaiser Chiefs

British nu-new wavers Kaiser Chiefs predicted a riot with their 2005 breakthrough album, Employment, won several Brit Awards, played at Live 8, but failed to break America.