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  1. Jan 04,  · Faith/Void, the multi-purpose venue and record store at College and Dovercourt, was a champion of DIY in Toronto’s music and arts. scene.
  2. Nov 20,  · FAITH/VOID, who takes its name from the classic split album by Washington DC hardcore groups the Faith and Void, consists of Lee, drummer Brad Nelson, and bassist Matt Lubchansky; all of them.
  3. Buy Faith/Void (CD) by Faith (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the spokaginoxasal.nipafmilucadecketerwalarafa.infoinfo: $
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from FAITH/VOID. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Oct 01,  · The first some minutes of the disc are the brilliant "Faith/Void" split from The Faith were Alec MacKaye's band after the Untouchables (who were also great in their own right and are featured on the Flex Your Head compilation). Their sound is fast and brutal, pretty standard hardcore, sounding like a more calculated, negative Minor Threat/
  6. Embrace Nothingness by FAITH/VOID, released 07 September 1. Theme from "Embrace Nothingness" (Part One) 2. Blue Shift 3. Fuck This! 4. Gorge Jershwin 5. Highlander: The Documentary 6. Dig Your Own Grave and Save! 7. Revised Shoreline 8. Leaves of Grass, My Ass 9. Tungsten Lake Dracula Three More Beers Theme from ";Embrace Nothingness" (Part Two) and day .
  7. Jun 05,  · Void blew skinhead minds when they hit the national scene, and I suspect a fair number of kids played the hell out of the Void side while using the Faith side as an oversized beer mat. I also suspect a lot of kids wracked their brains trying to figure out how to keep the Void and send the Faith side back for a refund.
  8. Shared with fellow D.C. hardcore types Void, the Split LP (aka Faith/Void) shows both bands putting out quick, fiery, and righteous (perhaps at times self-righteous) high-speed punk. Some have argued that the recordings here created '80s thrash metal, at least in terms of selected tempos -- on that level alone, it's hard to disagree.8/

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