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Third Union

Band Metal Hip Hop


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"Two Bands Survived, 10 Bands Fight For The Wildcard Spot In The Bodog Battle Of The Bands in Cleveland"

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was forced to take a back seat to the juggernaut that just rolled into town. The Bodog Battle of the Bands is here to rock Cleveland's socks off. Peabody's opened their doors for 12 bands, three judges and gaggle of groupies wanting to rock out all night. Each one of these bands is vying for the $1 million dollar recording contract from Bodog Music. If you've missed a show, there's no excuse! Buy your live Battle show tickets online right now for the next epic rock extravaganza...
The stage was overtaken with the six-piece metal band Third Union. The two vocalists played off each other as one spun mad rhymes while the other howled his way through the set. - Bodog Battle

"Sounds From Below"

Downtown Cleveland's newest nightclub takes some effort to find, but it's worth the walk. Underground (75 Public Square, is named for its location and musical agenda.
The bar, which sits behind sidewalk construction and beneath the Santa Fe Café, will host its first major show Friday, August 17. Rap-rock groups R.I.A. and Third Union will headline. The night will also double as a launch party for No Wear, a new clothing line from Mushroomhead/Hatrix vocalist Jeffrey Nothing, who will DJ... - Scene Magazine


Third Union - 2008



Hailing from the legendary rock N roll city Cleveland Ohio. Third Union brings to life a brutal mix of Hip Hop, Funk, and hardcore sounds that have defined the Cleveland underground scene and beyond. Starting in late 2006 with the current line up, Third Union has ripped through audiences in such legendary venues as The Agora, The House of Blues, and Peabodys. Without a CD, Third Union has become a Cleveland favorite through continually bringing dynamic live performances opening for the likes of Soulfly, Mushroomhead, Hed PE, Body Count, Critical Bill, Nonpoint, Bury your Dead, and OTEP to name a few.

Now on the eve of there first CD release. Third Union is poised to make an impact on the national scene, with there 6 member militia. Starting with CHEEZ, spitting lyrics rapid and precise like a finely polished M-16. Fred Fanter's brutal assault on vocals rounds out the front men like a 2 headed snake. James "Bongo" Bongalis keeps the bass thumping and popping while Joe Scar, and Thaddeus Challis attack the guitars like madmen with chainsaws. Don't let the drummers baby face fool you, Kenny Easterly on percussion is the definition of Shock and Awe.