We are pleased to announce that after
months of rebuilding and archiving, VerbicideMagazine.com
has launched today!
VerbicideMagazine.com is the online successor to the print
version of Verbicide, which had a 10-year, 25-issue run from
1999 to 2009. With a staff that includes both returning contributors
and new additions, including features editor Heather Schofner
and fiction editor Erin Gambrill, VerbicideMagazine.com will
be updated every day, Monday through Friday:
Music Reviews: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Features: Every Tuesday and Thursday
Film Reviews: Every Tuesday and Friday
Columns, comics, art galleries, free MP3s, and show reviews
will be updated at least once per month.
Keep up to date on all of our current and forthcoming projects!
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@verbicide, become a fan on Facebook,
and be our friend on Myspace!
As our readers may have already guessed, we are ceasing publication
of Verbicide Magazine. The 25th and final issue will (finally)
be released this month.
publication of Verbicide has been a true labor of love for
everyone involved, and to all of you who have contributed
to or read Verbicide, I would like to say THANK YOU for your
support. I am indebted to all the contributors who have shaped
this magazine into something that reflects every one of you,
and I hope that you will continue to stay in contact.
Verbicide ending, Scissor Press will remain active. So far
in 2009 we are planning to release two benefit compilation
CDs (to be co-released with GC
Records), as well as a comic book or two. Of course, we
still own the domain VerbicideMagazine.com,
and once things settle down in the next month or so we’ll
decide exactly where to go with that (please keep checking
the site!). And lastly...who knows where else we’ll
go from here? We might start cranking out some new projects
to fill the void left by Verbicide, so please stay tuned to
ScissorPress.com, and feel free to drop us an email at anytime.
always hoped we’d keep Verbicide in print indefinitely,
and I certainly didn’t want to be forced to retire the
mag due to financial reasons, but I am hoping that from the
ashes something better will rise.
wishes to everyone, and thank you again.
The fourth volume of Verbicide New Sounds CD Sampler
is available now exclusively at Newbury
Comics! Newbury Comics is the largest independent music
chain in the U.S., and they're distributing 1,000 copies of
the sampler throughout their 27 different locations.
Sounds CD Sampler Vol. 4 features 12 tracks by performers
such as Passenger, Polysics, The Gambler Nun & Radio,
Humanifesto, and more! Supplies won't last long, so click
to locate a Newbury Comics near you.
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