Seventh Rule Recordings

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Seventh Rule Recordings
Founded 2003
Founder Scott Flaster, Cara Flaster
Genre Heavy metal, experimental rock, noise rock, post-punk
Country of origin United States
Location Portland, Oregon, Chicago, Illinois
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Seventh Rule Recordings is a record label based in Portland, Oregon that formed in 2003 to release underground metal and noise rock. Founded by Scott and Cara Flaster, who still operate the label today, they have released albums by bands such as Akimbo, Buried at Sea, Indian, Author and Punisher and Sweet Cobra.

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