BLEEDING IN CANVAS (Thailand)
Issue 4, 2001
40, A4 pages. Yongyuth, the same editor of WORSHIPSATAN Zine is behind this mag. I noticed that Thai editor made their zine in separate concept. For example, BLEEDING IN CANVAS only feature death metal and Yongyuth made WORSHIPSATAN for black metal. If you read the Thai scene report, you will know. Comparing this with Yongyuth other zine, there are few good and bad things. Good; it is in English. Bad; bad xerox quality. Just like I expected (I read WORSHIPSATAN first before reviewing this), the questions are quite boring. You can get all the info from the band's website. The interesting one is with his countrymate, Dark Mystery. The rest; Vomitory, Thorns Of The Carrion, Suicidal Winds, Krabathor, Astarte, Draconis Sanguis, Mystic Circle, Opera IX, Lykos Zine (UK) & Tripalium (phi). A4, xerox, 40 page. Price $3 (Asia) / $4 (r.o.w).
2/5
BLEEDING IN CANVAS (Thailand)
Issue 5, 2002
56 pages, half-size. Yongyuth have changed the format of the zine but everything else is still the same. Brutal death zine but I think he misplaced a band here. Interview with: Hypnos, Bilharzia (Malaysia), Lacerate, Kekal, Vile, Manifest, carved In Flesh, Severe Torture and Ordo Draconis (black metal, this is the band I talked about earlier). Some nude pics included (as usual). Yongyuth must improve the way he writes and also the interview but the most important is his English. Boring interviews. On some interviews it looks like he blindly ask some questions to the band which is very ridiculous (or hilarious) if you read it. I know he really put a lot of effort making this zine but he need to put more.
2/5
BLEEDING IN CANVAS (Thailand)
Issue 6, 2003

Even though the rating I gave for the previous issues is not that good, I still got this zine for review. 60 pages, half-sized, xeroxed. This is just like the previous issue. The questions are too typical and Yongyuth's English still need to be improved a lot. Hard for me to understand what he wrote. But the interviewees answered the questions interestingly; (in order according to the table of content) Dark Hole Mag., Sanatorium, Panic Disorder (indon), Beheaded, Butchery, Hyponic, Bloody Gore, Cadaverous, Edgecrusher, Cremation, Enthrallment, Krvestreb, Mortem, Pyopoesy, Psychomatium Zine, Inhumate. There are still many things that can be done better. It looks similar with the previous (the layout, etc). Some page used the cut n' paste style and this looks better than the computerized one because the layout and design is too simple and looks dull.
c/o Yongyuth Hongsa, P.O.Box 83, Huamark, Bangkok, 10243 Thailand.
worshipsatanmag@yahoo.com

2.5/5