The grisly bodies of "CSI" aren’t enough. Now we will have a new magazine dedicated to gross-out photojournalism.

Reports The Wall Street Journal:

The former executive editor of Maxim is heading the launch of Shock, a new photo-driven magazine he describes as "Life magazine for the new millennium." The idea is to give people "an uncensored view of the world around them," says Mike Hammer, also former editor-in-chief of Stuff. The debut issue of Shock features photos of a rotting human head, deformed victims of Chernobyl, a woman who set herself on fire and an article on "KKK Kids," children growing up in white-supremacist households.