The Autoeroticasphyxium Fanzine Page


Publisher and Managing Editor Dave Wolff

Official blog: http://aeafanzine.blogspot.com
Official Facebook profile: http://www.facebook.com/aea.zine
Official Facebook community page: http://www.facebook.com/Autoeroticasphyxium-zine-1722719474606675/
Official Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/230377537030238/

“A long time ago, in the underground realm, where there are no lies or pain, there lived a Princess who dreamed of the human world.” ~ The Faun, “Pan’s Labyrinth”

Autoeroticasphyxium Zine has been active since the first print issue was released in January 1997. In those days it was a typical underground fanzine supporting underground metal, punk and hardcore. Today the zine is online and the format has expanded to encompass entertainment you don’t read about in mainstream press. The zine covers goth, metal/belly dancing, metal/ballet dancing, burlesque, morbid cabaret, fire dance, vampires, the occult and paranormal, science fiction, independent art, fetishism and sexuality, and internet radio in addition to many genres of underground music. Its goal is to spread word about those who dare break the mold of aboveground mediocrity. AEA zine also showcases the work of many contributing poets, authors and artists.

“The effort that goes into this zine is phenomenal and I really think that you should check it out!” -Devin Joseph Meaney, the Dev-Man Express

“Highly recommended, excellent coverage of the various underground scenes. Check it out!” -Christopher Chaos of Axis Video

“One of the most informative, entertaining and promotional zines ever done!” -Alexander Kautz, author of Nightrealm: Pathways To Oblivion

“You can pick up a copy today. [AEA is] in all the social networks. It features some great underground metal music, some reviews, some poetry, as well as some great artwork.” -Frank “Artemortifica” Garcia

“When I was interviewed for AEA #16, I was asked some of the smartest and most indepth questions ever. AEA knows how to get great content, and the diverse mix of artists will keep you hooked.” -The StarShip vocalist Nyq Bonaventura

“Having read copies of AEA from issue #13 on, I have to say that of the five I have read, [Issue #17] is my new favorite!” -Poetry, Songs and Stygian Stories author Lucas McPherson

“An awesome zine featuring an onslaught of my so-called poetry… plenty more to fixate upon…” -Jillanna Babb of Corpsewax Dollies

“I love this issue [Issue #16]! In fact, it’s one of my favorites… There are lots of music reviews, some movie reviews and even a book review.” -Vampire Vignettes author GL Giles

“If you are a very open-minded metal head and looking for more than the average metal band interview, then this is for you.” -Reborn From Ashes zine

“This fanzine sounds interesting not only for fans, but also as D.I.Y. independent production symbol, 1 still alive in the U.S.A.” -Gusto Rana! zine

“If you are looking for a virtually flawless old school style print Zine, that covers Metal bands as well as a variety of other subjects AEA should be on your list to check out.” -Taste Of Khaos zine

“Plenty of diverse material in the zine that makes it an interesting read from beginning to end.” -The Fallout magazine

“The content is eclectic and the independent productions (musically, literately and artistic in general) are the main priority.” -Victor Varas of Zombie Ritual zine for Brutalism

“[The] interviews and reviews are informative and interesting as reading content.” -Antichrist zine

“Muy bien por este trabajo en perfectas condiciones para que te enteres de lo esta pasando en u.s.a.” -Sabbath zine

“The indy zine does one thing at an excellent level that to my opinion puts it above the average zines out there… content.” -RavenWolf

“In the pages of [AEA] you’ll find a wealth of info about the bands that make up the metal scene as well as those of us who work behind the scenes to help make local metal scenes possible…” -Metal Beer Horror zine

“…Entertaining, so go check it out!” -Jenn Matthews, Jen’s Metal Page