Burnt Offering was a punk fanzine based in and around Northampton, England, from 1979 to 1980.
In keeping with the DIY style of the time, Burnt Offering's house style was a mixture of badly typed articles, ransom note effect lettering and cartoon drawings. Its content included interviews, rants, reviews and news of forthcoming gigs.
In 2006 The Isaws, who had been a prominent local band interviewed by B.O. in 1979, released a demo CD titled Burnt Offering.
Other articles related to "offering, burnt offering":
... of the High Priest’s anointment, the meal offering was to be prepared with oil on a griddle and then entirely burned on the altar ... The sin offering (חַטָּאת, chatat) was to be slaughtered at the same place as the burnt offering, and the priest who offered it was to eat it in the Tent of Meeting ... If blood of the sin offering was brought into the Tent of Meeting for expiation, the entire offering was to be burned on the altar ...
... land of Moriah and offer him there as a burnt offering ... morning, Abraham saddled his donkey and split wood for the burnt offering, and then he, two of his servants, and Isaac set out for the place that God had named ... asked Abraham where the sheep was for the burnt offering, Abraham replied that God would see to the sheep for the burnt offering ...
... Burnt Offering was a punk fanzine based in and around Northampton, England, from 1979 to 1980 ... In keeping with the DIY style of the time, Burnt Offering's house style was a mixture of badly typed articles, ransom note effect lettering and cartoon drawings ... Burnt Offering ran for twelve issues, sold for 10 pence and was available via clothes shops and record shops ...
Famous quotes containing the words offering and/or burnt:
“In matter of commerce the fault of the Dutch
Is offering too little and asking too much.
The French are with equal advantage content,
So we clap on Dutch bottoms just twenty per cent.”
—George Canning (17701827)
“We are sheep in a herd of sheep,
but Clytemnestra, Electra and Death
are burnt like star-names in the sky.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)