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Thrillkillers/Street Clones- Split 7” ~EX RUPTURE!

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Thrillkillers/Street Clones- Split 7”.  Melbourne, Australia’s Thrillkillers play loud metallic heavy rock 'n' roll and have splits with Breathilizor and Brody’s Militia. So that should give you an idea of where these guys are coming from. Thrillkillers contain a number of lifers most notably including Mark who used to play in Rupture back in the day. On the flip, Street Clones are a punk band out of Wilmington, NC fronted by John Baptist formerly of the band Rapegoat. Their side includes two damn good heavy punk tunes that tow the line between metal and punk with a singer that sounds like an East Coast version of Jello Biafra.

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