|I can't see the lines no more...|
2014 showed the return of Rabbit Junk, the once industrial duo that fell off the radar of relevancy in 2010 after Project Neocon's release when Pop That Pretty Thirty was dropped with little word from the duo. And if that EP was showing that Anderson and Gurl still had their energy than Invasion is showing that energy going HARD.
Right from the start of the first track we meet with a heavy clash of low tuned guitars and skittering synths playing the backdrop to Anderson's screaming. The rest of the EP continues to launch the energy of the first track through the atmosphere with crazy sounds that as described by Anderson are "film score-gabber-D&B-shizit style digipunk, trap-death metal-femme fatal, and disco-subverted pop-big riff-new wave. With four brand new tracks and a fun remix from Cyanotic this is an EP that you don't want to miss out on.
You can stream, download, or buy Invasion here. If you like this EP consider supporting Rabbit Junk by throwing a few coins their way or buying their previous albums and singles. Or you could share this album with your friends. Who knows, maybe your friends dig bands named after animal genitals. Just remember, a little support and a little word of mouth goes a long way! <3