UPDATE: July 9, 6:00PM PT:
MorrisseyessirroM posted a link to the original interview in English now on the LiFO site.
The actual excerpt regarding morrissey-solo.com:
Why do you dislike morrissey-solo.com? (Dear Quentin, DJ)
---I dislike the fact that my name is used when its so obviously a Smiths site and not a Morrissey site. It also relishes the negative and even seeks it out, which has upset most people that I know. Consequently it has become a vehicle for Morrissey-haters, and no one I know will log on to it any more. The owner says it is an open forum, but since everyone posts under the name Anon, then how can that be considered open? The owner of the site apparently approached my ex-manager last year saying he would stop all negative stories if I paid him $3,000 per month! I think that just about sums it up.
(davidt): The detail about me asking for $3000 / month to stop 'negative stories' is not true. I did meet with his ex-manager Merck Mercuriadis around the time he was proposing a management package (Jan. 2011) and I said I would be open to working with Morrissey on changes to the site but no dollar amount was discussed or any agreements to remove anything from the site. He approached me about meeting without saying what it was about. I don't know what Merck actually said to Morrissey but I did not hear back after the initial meeting.
UPDATE: July 9, 8:45AM PT:
Digital version of the interview in the print edition.
Morrissey: "O κανιβαλισμός είναι ακόμα πολύ δημοφιλής, δε νομίζετε;" - LiFO
Morrissey exclusive: "Most pop artists would sell their blood for a price."
Just days before his arrival in Greece, Morrissey answers the questions asked by Greek fans: 5 musicians, 4 journalists, 2 radio producers and one blogger.
I'm sceptical about the article, but out of curiosity I put the whole thing in Google Translate and had a quick read. Some very Morrissey-esque quotes here and there.
"Some artists would sell their own blood at the right price"
"I am my own best friend. Whenever I hear about somebody getting married, I send a funeral wreath".
"I find it hard to get out of bed, or find a reason to do it [...] it is not laziness, but melancholy. I miss 1752".
(On career criticism) - "I think the good reviews stopped about ten years ago".
Compares slaughterhouses to Auschwitz gas chambers, insults Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity culture, more moaning about being under-valued by the music industry.
Also says he'd wipe Kill Uncle from his back catalogue, if it were possible.
So now the autobiography is not December 2012, but sometime in 2013. Not entirely surprised, as I feel like we would've heard something of it by now.