Feast of Hate and Fear

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Previously A. Souto  had published the zines [[Evolution]] (1987) and [[To the Left]] (1987 - 1989). '''Feast of Hate and Fear''' was published in Miami, Florida from 1990 till 1998. Besides reviews of underground music, videos and fanzines, the zine specialized in reprinting rare and esoteric material that was often no longer in print, on topics ranging from the political, to the social, and including literary and occult material.  
Previously A. Souto  had published the zines [[Evolution]] (1987) and [[To the Left]] (1987 - 1989). '''Feast of Hate and Fear''' was published in Miami, Florida from 1990 till 1998. Besides reviews of underground music, videos and fanzines, the zine specialized in reprinting rare and esoteric material that was often no longer in print, on topics ranging from the political, to the social, and including literary and occult material.  
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Copies of the original print zine are held in the Austin Zine Library and the New York City Fanzine Museum Collection. In 2001, Souto transfered the contents of the zine to the Internet, where they can be read today.   
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Copies of the original print zine are held in the Austin Zine Library and the New York City Fanzine Museum Collection. In 2001, Souto transfered the contents of the zine to the Internet, where they can be read today. He has continued to add new material since 2001, so that '''Feast of Hate and Fear''' has become his webzine.   
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Feast of Hate and Fear was a zine by A. Souto.

Previously A. Souto had published the zines Evolution (1987) and To the Left (1987 - 1989). Feast of Hate and Fear was published in Miami, Florida from 1990 till 1998. Besides reviews of underground music, videos and fanzines, the zine specialized in reprinting rare and esoteric material that was often no longer in print, on topics ranging from the political, to the social, and including literary and occult material.

Copies of the original print zine are held in the Austin Zine Library and the New York City Fanzine Museum Collection. In 2001, Souto transfered the contents of the zine to the Internet, where they can be read today. He has continued to add new material since 2001, so that Feast of Hate and Fear has become his webzine.

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