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SIX – PARTISAN s/t The Belgian hardcore scene has spanned a number of great acts throughout the ’00s, with very diverse sounds and undertaking quite different paths. So when you find out that there is a collaboration going on with members of Rise and Fall and Oathbreaker, it is really

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the ninth covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: JOY DIVISION Closer. This re-envisioning of one of the world’s most iconic albums features genre-bending bands Ambersmoke, Lunch, A Black People, Shadowhouse, Sun Splitter, Rape Blossoms, Fatalism, Sannhet and Rule of Thirds, with

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I’ve been a fan of Rule Of Thirds’ music, but after seeing them live a couple of months ago in Vancouver I’m now a HUGE Fan!!! This band was able to put more power into their already powerful tunes. I could not stop dancing to the awesome Post Punk grooves they

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Rule of Thirds‘ self-titled debut LP will be released in a few weeks on Mass Media in the US, on keyboardist Lewis Ratboy’s No Patience label in their native Australia, and in Europe on Desire Records (What a trifecta of great labels, by the way). The Adelaide gothy postpunk band’s

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This is no joke – on April 1st, RULE OF THIRDS will embark on their 1st North American tour! Their soon to be released album is the bomb from beginning to end! Right here and now, we have been given the honor to premiere their new tune “The River” below…Will

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Time flies: it’s hard to believe that Lost Tribe have already been together five years. With a new 12″ release, “Solace,” coming up soon on Mass Media Records in the US and Avant! Records in Europe, a line up that has expanded to 6 people, and an upcoming bi-coastal North

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