Rabbits Releasing Rarities Collection "SOS (Singles, Other Shit)"
Rabbits is at it again: steadfast in the determination to not give a shit what you or anyone else thinks, the band burrowed deep into its own rabbit hole to scrape together a mish-mash of down-and-dirty tracks from every corner of its storied past.
"SOS (Singles, Other Shit)" is a disturbing and dissonant distress signal from the underground assembled from LP session bonus tracks, 7-inch tracks, unreleased demos, radio performances, alternate versions, and practice space jams recorded from 2006 to 2013.
With few overdubs and mostly single live takes, these tracks capture Rabbits cranking out bludgeoning full-throttle hardcore noise rock until your ears are ringing and you see stars; pummeling drums, gnarled guitars, maniacal vocals, and deranged solos. The A-side comprises six original songs, while the B-side collects nine covers of '80s punk and hardcore songs.
Eolian Empire will deposit "SOS (Singles, Other Shit)" December 3rd via digital download and cassette. The tape will also be released in Europe on Czech label Stoned to Death at an undisclosed date to be figured out. A video for "No (More) Depth" from will also be released in the coming days. The full track listing is:
2. No (More) Depth
3. Riff Fuck Reap
4. Slow Mars
6. Bees Revolt
1. Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing (Discharge)
2. Hard Times (Cro-Mags)
3. One and All (Rudimentary Peni)
4. Rebel Girl (Bikini Kill)
5. Evacuate (Negative Approach)
6. I'd Rather Be Sleeping (D.R.I.)
7. Think Twice (Poison Idea)
8. Straight Edge (Minor Threat)
9. Wasted (Black Flag)
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