The Festive Red edition of the Demolition magazine is here!
When it comes to Christmas gifts, there are basically two types of people in the world. There are those that – rightly – cannot contain their excitement and who tear into the wrapping paper like a starving man in search of food. And then there are monsters – like my father, actually – who practice something akin to tantric sex with gifts, delaying gratification by slowly removing Sellotape as if each package contains highly unstable nitro glycerine that could explode at any moment.
Normally, I would advise against the tantric approach. But within the next few days, our TV screens will be filled with the umpteenth re-run of The Sound of Music, the snooze-fest that is the Queen’s Speech, and televisual horrors like the Great British Bake Off on Ice. And so, rather than tearing into the all-new edition of the Demolition magazine – this time resplendent in Festive Red – you might want to sit on it for a day or two.
It won’t be easy. It is another massive issue and it contains some content so exclusive that even I haven’t been allowed to see it. And I wrote it!
There are contributions from – among others – Cawarden Demolition, Erith Contractors, O’Keefe and Liberty Industrial. And there’s a lot more besides.
So you can either click the link below, and rip straight into the gift that keeps on giving. Or you could set it aside as an emergency stand-by for when the TV, your spouse, your in-laws or other members of your family simply become too much to bear. The choice is yours.