A number of issues were released of this title in the 1980s. The zine covered the hardcore punk scene in Seattle and the bands of the era, such as Solger. It also included fiction, poetry, art by John Crawford and Allen Koszowski, and letters from young punks such as Mark MacLaughlin (of the bands Limp Richards and Green River) a.k.a. Mark Arm, editor of The Attack.
Wilum Pugmire has stated: “Punk rock gave me the guts to be myself, and for this I shall be eternally grateful.”
Pugmire also published several other zines in the mid-eighties, such as Old Bones, and has contributed to many zines.