Rabid Rabbit Drop Unapologetic Doom Metal on ‘Goliad’ — Song Premiere
Rabid Rabbit emerged on the Chicago doom scene a few years ago, unapologetically throwing down a raw, stripped-down sound that stood out for its attraction to noise and psych rock, anchored by brutal low-end sludge.
At its core is wife/husband team Andrea Jablonski and Mike Tsoulos playing bass and drums respectively. They were later joined by Arman Mabry (bass) and Dan Sullivan (guitar), and the sound both thickened and expanded.
'Czarny Sen,' Rabid Rabbit's second full-length album (and first with new guitarist Dan Sullivan), captures the band's sound in five songs, using psych, noise and improv to temper heavy doom metal and sludge.
Noisecreep has the premiere of one of the album's standout cuts, 'Goliad.'
Listen to 'Goliad' From Rabid Rabbit
To date, Rabid Rabbit has performed alongside the likes of Melt Banana, Thrones, Monarch, Yakuza, Grief, Unsane, Wolf Eyes, Jucifer and Stinking Lizaveta, and the band will be announcing upcoming regional live dates in support of their forthcoming new album.
Rabid Rabbit's 'Czarny Sen' will be out Dec. 6 via Bloodlust! Records. The band will be playing a record-release show on Dec. 11th with Psychic TV at Reggie's Rock Club.