As Luc states, Poulets Basquaise "was a balance of hardcore, punk and thrash metal. I was super young (13-15) and it shows. By issue 4 I had gotten super into the emerging underground death metal scene." The youthful naivete is evident, but there's a sincerity too that's obvious, and that's what makes it all worthwhile.
Luc was kind enough to scan in the Carcass interview from issue #4 (1990) and allow me to post it up. It's a short and interesting two page read. No, it's not the most in depth, but it's still interesting to read where the members of Carcass' heads were at shortly after their "Symphonies Of Sickness" album had come out in 1989.
It should also be noted how much better generic zine layouts of the era look back then than what passes for 'good' zine layouts now. Quite a disparity really in terms of how 'average' quality back then would be considered great today. If there's any 15 year olds writing zines today, they'd be hard pressed to put out something this good looking.