Welcome to Legacy Future MagaZine

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Legacy Future is an outlet where passions are shared. In a digital age where the real challenge is to filter an ocean of information, here analog hearts propose their own unbiased choice of entertainment, art and technology.
From the most obscure art and underground hobbies to more mainstream options, we hope that our perception and taste will match yours, and that we will manage to surprise and intrigue you with each batch of new content.

Vassago & Panos Agoros – Chief-Editors of  Legacy Future.


Panos Agoros
Music and computers. The same two passions that Panos has ever since he was a kid, have defined the path that he would follow in life. He studied computer science in Paris-France in the early/mid 90’s and is an IT engineer, providing since 1999 support for Unix and Linux enterprise environments. He is also known to be a retro hardware scavenger and old computer collector. His love for music pushed him to become actively involved in the scene. From November 1995 until the early 00’s he ran Chaotik Webzine, a pioneering music webzine and the first to provide coverage for both the metal & hardcore underground. He is for the last 15 years an editor of Metal Hammer Greece, the biggest music magazine in the country. He rans a small record label and distro, Blastbeat Mailmurder, and is also the vocalist/lyricist of critically and fan acclaimed astrogrind outfit Dephosphorus. In his lost hours he does field recordings and manipulates sound waves for his experimental noise/ambient Kommpound.
Vassago is from Athens, Greece, but spent much of his upbringing in Brussels. Music and computer games are his two biggest passions – he’s been an obsessive since the age of five, when he bought his first PC – an MSX Canon. Currently he lives in London where he works as a digital marketing and SEO consultant trying to outwit Google! He has been reviewing albums and conducting interviews and band reviews since the late 90′s, via an Athens-based radio station and through magazines such as Starvox (Retired), GothicTronic American Online (Retired), Chaotika (Retired) and even had his own publication Enochian Apocalypse, which had more than 10.000 registered members over ten years. He has also played bass for a couple of bands and in an attempt to become an EBM star, released two electronic soundtrack albums through Hypervoxx/BMI Recordings under the name Akron.

What happened to Enochian Apocalypse E-zine?

In case you wonder what happened to Enochian Apocalypse the hosting company decided to shut down the business resulting in the loss of the domain and content. The web site got hijacked by an SEO company which used the domain authority and content of the web site in order to promote anchor text links for their clients. How the got the content from a shut down domain while the database was emailed to me remains a mystery. I repeatedly notified Google for content and copyright theft and after months of efforts I managed to get the site de-indexed from Google so I might get some of the old content back here online. Legacy Future is not a replacement of Enochian Apocalypse (besides I am not running it by myself) although my writing style and music choices will remain the same. – Vassago