Feast of Hate and Fear Updates
Last updated January of 2016
Fourteen wonderfully dark,
yet productive, years posting here at FHF, but this site is now static.
The website will remain on the internet, and still put out wonderful merch items, plus a few updates, but no new
articles, video, or music will be posted, as it's felt there is enough here to keep anyone busy for ages.
While the original print versions only ran from 1990 - 1997, the plan is to keep this site up for years to come. 2001 - who knows!?
Thanks for years of lending me your eyes and ears.
156's Memento Mori
sessions, using all human bones, is finally done!
It should hopefully be released, on bone-colored 10" vinyl, in spring of 2016.
You can view a short video
on the project here,
as well as a music video for the first track "Kokoro" here.
To celebrate 156 has a new (free) digital-only release out.
It's a collection of rare tracks, music from compilations, and previously unreleased material from 2013 - 2015.
Steel Rarely Stands Alone is 45 minutes of true industrial music, all completely free to download off the 156 Bandcamp page.
sound4sound now has a limited edition cassette tape out, Making the Right Ear Jealous.
Collecting the five song
Rat Bastard-recorded EP, as well as six songs off the first two demos,
and one unreleased track; equaling 12 songs of CroMags-meets-Turbonegro punk rock / hardcore madness.
It's $6 with postage paid, but if you prefer digital:
the entire release is available in MP3 or FLAC on the S4S Bandcamp page for only $4.
New, limited edition zine is done, titled Exscind. 100 copies, on recycled paper you'll still want to light on fire.
It contains all new, tantalizing
material, including writing, art, and photography.
$6 postage paid in NAFTA territory, $9 rest of WTO. Paypal: webmaster @ feastofhateandfear [.] com
Recently released 2000
copies of a free newsprint fanzine, titled Auspex, but they are all
and will not be reprinted.
Auspex was a small
slice of Adel's work throughout the years (featuring older and newer articles,
photography, and poetry),
which unfolded to reveal a beautiful 23" by 33" (58.4 x 83.8cm) poster.
The book, Least Silent
of Men, by Adel Souto on his experiences during a month-long vow of silence,
with foreword by George Petros, is now sold out, and is no longer available.
tv show, Brooklyn's
Alright... If You Like Saxophones
is on BCAT, Brooklyn public access.
Channels 56 (Time Warner), 69 (Cablevision), 84 (RCN) and 44 (Verizon). The show now reruns every Saturday morning @ 1:30am.
Full episodes of Season One and Two are now available on the internet at the show's YouTube page.
Adel played the male lead in Andrew Copp's short film Consumption of the Heart, which was released in November of 2012.
is available on volume five of JABB
Pictures The Collective DVD series. It's a zombie love story like
For only $10, you get 10 short flicks by 10 underground directors with one synopsis: the undead.
Rest in peace, Andy (1972 - 2013). You will be missed.
156's sold out, debut CD is still available for download as a free zip file, with mp3s and artwork, here (65 Mb).
Every Timescape Zero track
ever recorded has been uploaded to Bandcamp.
Both demos, the 7", the first LP, Born With the Fear of Dreaming, and even
the Total War album is available - all for free. Find 'em all here.
A series of photo projects
are in the works, titled Disposable, featuring many wonderful artists.
Adel Souto is one of them. Click here for more info.
FHF is SOLD OUT! of the (limited to 500) Shroud Suicide Mission CD EP.
Want mp3s? Purchase here.
Here's a YouTube
account with some videos posted, which are related to
Feast of Hate and Fear, and its creator.
Amazing new projects
are always in the works.
From music CDs and magazines to DVDs and books, so check Adel Souto's personal site often.
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