"The state always has the sole purpose to limit, tame, subordinate, the individual - to make him subject to to some generality or other;
it's last only so long as the individual is not all in all, and it's only clearly-marked restriction of me, my limitation, my slavery." - Max Stirner
Here we are going to gather old stories and anecdotes that is relevant in the
connection to the Norwegian punk movement. And we are happy to receive
any contribution from you out there. These stories can you just e-mail us.
*Fuck the state! Fifteen years later, by Torstein Helleve. A satiric collection of anecdotes concerning the early punk bands, their releases and some mucians.
*The underground rock music above the artic circle, by Tore Stemland. A written documentation of the long lasting conflict between the northern-based rock-scene and the capital music-media from the early eighties.
*The rise and fall of Svartedauen, by Per Solvang. A descriptive story from a young punk and it’s punkband in the early eighties in the rural and
Northern area of Norway.
The ende is very near!