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Majority Rule hadn't been a band for about 13 years when it announced a reunion tour earlier this year. And Rochester — not Buffalo or Syracuse — is one of the lucky cities where the DC hardcore group is making a stop. The three-piece had a pretty good following in Rochester, and it played here a few times throughout its active years in the late-90's and early-00's, including shows in a park lodge, an American Legion hall, and an RIT student's apartment. The tight spaces made the band's churning, jagged, and relentless songs extra intense. ("The Sin in Grey" off of 2001's "Interviews with David Frost" is, arguably, a great example of the band's sound; just imagine it much louder in person.)

Majority Rule plays with Druse, Innerout, and Space Grazer on Thursday, September 28, at Bug Jar, 219 Monroe Avenue. 8:30 p.m. $10.;


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