Rabbit Junk release new track
2012-03-27 by Acanthus | 12 Comments

Continuing in the vein of their previous releases Digital Hardcore group Rabbit Junk have released a new single for free download through the bands recording label. Entitled "The Boy with the Sun in his Eyes" the track is described as an epic 6-minute ambient rock anthem that draws equal influences from Peter Gabriel and the current sounds of the electronic dance music scene; the download as includes an instrumental version. The songs can be downloaded at the link below.

http://www.glitchmode.com/rabbit-junk/

Band Page: Rabbit Junk

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bloc
March 27th 2012
34848 Comments


Ambient rock anthem, eh?

We'll see...

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Acanthus
March 27th 2012
9542 Comments


I've not listened to this yet either, but it's cool that they're still putting songs out for free.

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bloc
March 27th 2012
34848 Comments


Either way, Willie will be pleased

lucazade22
March 27th 2012
532 Comments


Bubble is a sweet track. This is different but still cool!

bloc
March 27th 2012
34848 Comments


Song is just okay to me...I actually kind of wish that ending where it got all dance-y and heavy was how the whole song was.

Willie
Moderator
March 27th 2012
15965 Comments


I hope it's not similar to the stuff on the Cyanotic EP. It was ok, but not what I want from the band.

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
March 28th 2012
6084 Comments


Good news.

I thoroughly enjoyed their first two albums.

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Acanthus
March 28th 2012
9542 Comments


I don't think it will be that laid back, but I forgot to play it tonight so I can't verify.

KevinKC
March 29th 2012
203 Comments


Kicks ass.

KevinKC
March 29th 2012
203 Comments


But the sound it too much from the 70s

Acanthus
March 29th 2012
9542 Comments


It's more laid back than I thought, but it's fun to see them change up their sound a bit.

Acanthus
April 23rd 2012
9542 Comments


I'm really digging the vocals on this, call me crazy but they remind me of some classic rock acts.



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