One of our very own heroes: Khai Aziz (aka Ein of Second Combat) video interview up now

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This dude…if there is ever a term like “hero” that people can throw out, I hold their claim up to the bar that has been set by this wonderful human being from Malaysia’s hardcore scene – my brother: Khai Aziz of Second Combat. Last year when we started this website he was one of the very first people we interviewed not because of his legendary status as a member of one Malaysia’s greatest hardcore punk bands Second Combat, but because of all his compassion and kindness he places at the heart of his DAY job as the main man behind Drug Free Youth Association. If you haven’t had a chance to read that in-depth interview do so here:

INTERVIEW: Ein of Second Combat / Drug Free Malaysia

Today on social media a great video interview was thrown up that gives you a quick summary and idea of what this man has been dedicating his life to (and why) for the past many years. Through his actions he brings even more power to his words because everything he says on stage, he ACTUALLY lives it off the stage. He has no doubt changed lives and continues to.

We will support him and his organization forever.

In his own words:

“In 2010, I went to a fisherman village with my aunty and save a little girl from being sold by his own father to buy drugs. After that, I decided to quit my job and work in NGO full time. Help more kids to stay away from drugs and do good to people. This story had been chosen by “Our Better World” from Singapore. A director from Al-Jazeera decided to help me to promote my cause. I don’t know where this will take me,I just have to wait and see. For those who interested to help you can donate to our cause in producing an educational drug-free guide to pass to school kids.”

Check out the video interview below and read up more about him and his organization at this link: is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!