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A Californian avantgarde metal unit NUCLEAR RABBIT have got started and extended around their yellow center line Jean BAUDIN (bass) since 1989. Jean and three music mates Pat GARNER (guitar), Steve "Stymie" SIGATY (drums), and Greg PARRISH (voices) have played on stage or recorded some demos with borderless music genres and styles. After replacements of the guitarists (Thom BURGER, followed by Jason BRANYAN), they finally released their full-length debut album "Intestinal Fortitude" in 1998. Upon recording an EP "More Human" Jon SCULLION replaced Greg as a vocalist. Via hibernation for a few years, NUCLEAR RABBIT reunited in 2002 with their original line-up.Their second album "Mutopia" was released in the following year.

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Circle Of Dogs 2014
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Intestinal FortitudeIntestinal Fortitude
Circle Of Dogs 2014
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Circle Of Dogs 2014
Audio CD$10.13
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More HumanMore Human
Beach Records 2000
Audio CD$98.00 (used)
Vicuna by Nuclear RabbitVicuna by Nuclear Rabbit
Circle Of Dogs/City Hall
Audio CD$95.12
Intestinal Fortitude by Nuclear RabbitIntestinal Fortitude by Nuclear Rabbit
Circle Of Dogs/City Hall
Audio CD$95.35
More Human by Nuclear Rabbit (2000-07-18)More Human by Nuclear Rabbit (2000-07-18)
Beach (2000-07-18)
Audio CD$343.08
Vicuna by Beach (1999-12-25)Vicuna by Beach (1999-12-25)
Beach (1999-12-25)
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Intestinal Fortitude by BeachIntestinal Fortitude by Beach
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4.64 | 2 ratings
4.44 | 7 ratings
Intestinal Fortitude
4.57 | 5 ratings

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Bowling For Midgets (Demo)
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 Mutopia by NUCLEAR RABBIT album cover Studio Album, 2003
4.57 | 5 ratings

Nuclear Rabbit RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review n° 223

Nuclear Rabbit - Mutopia

These guys music is pretty much as any Mike Patton masterpiece. Mr. Bungle/Faith No More experimental era fans will find love with this band. So on, after a little change in the line-up, we have Mutopia. Different from the past material, but same level of creativity and enjoyment. Overall, this is the less avant-garde Nuclear Rabbit album. I would call it a progressive/technical melodic hardcore album with some death metal influence. As the technical metal shines brighter, mainly with Jean's monsterpieceful 11 string bass, Nuclear Rabbit sounds more alternative too. There's an incredible increase of melodic passages, and even emotive riffs and vocals like those from "Alone With My Clone" and "Truth's Ugly Head". The ska & funk side of the band was almost totally exchanged by a hardcore/rapcore/grindcore beat, some tracks even reminds me of Biohazard and their kind of band. Double bass pedals became usual, and together with the fusion of guitar and bass riffage, sometimes seems a modern post-hardcore band. Unfortunatelly, this is the last known release of the band. The guys stated they're writing new tunes on 2008, and since then, only played together once (2011). If they are planning to put something out, better think twice. Their short all-star catalogue shouldn't be ruined in my opinion.

 Intestinal Fortitude by NUCLEAR RABBIT album cover Studio Album, 1998
4.44 | 7 ratings

Intestinal Fortitude
Nuclear Rabbit RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review n° 222

Nuclear Rabbit -Fortitude

So, here's the first official album by the californian avant rocker group Nuclear Rabbit. Intestinal Fortitude speaks to you at first sight through another genial gruesome cover art. It defines the sound and lyrics pretty well. Yet a total nonsensical bad taste humor. Far heavier than before and much more focused on technical/avant-prog metal, the bass player Jean Baudin is clearly the highlight of the album. There are groovy and street tendencies, Greg Parrish crazy vocals and Jason Branyan guitars still bearing Mike Patton's ugliest works, jumping from experimental deathgrind to a smooth melodic random circumstance without losing coherence (maybe not). This album grabs me from the start, "My Girl's Got Guts", where the band presents a catchy unique melodic technical death funk vibe adding even some country and middle- eastern riffs in between sections. The drums adds to the technical metal mood, and here the band started using double bass pedals here and there (something that became more frequent with the next release). Brilliant and dope. An album to listen while frying casino's paper advertisements hidden from your sons and daughters.

 Vicuna by NUCLEAR RABBIT album cover Studio Album, 1997
4.64 | 2 ratings

Nuclear Rabbit RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review n° 221

Nuclear Rabbit - Vicuna

Maybe you have noticed I'm only rating the medium - low quality albums and writing reviews mainly for stuff I would be really glad reccomending to you. So, this is the next step. Nuclear Rabbit is a top notch american avant-garde metal band, a gem of the underground. Raised together in the 90s California scene with Primus, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Mr. Bungle and Tool, they got this funky metal groove and that experimental shapeshiftin' style I love so much , very close to Mr. Bungle bizarre song structure, but unfortunattely there's no wind or brass. Vicuna is their first full lenght CD, and actually, it's a collection of demos and early years recording, concluding a 27 short-medium lenght tracks powerful demented album. Like an unexpected rotating helter skelter of riffs bending between death metal, children melodies, funk and just plain weirdness, this record can't get boring, shooting out a shower of surprises. The natural awesomeness starts with the creative cover art. The Pattonesque vocals are bloody well made, I could say it reflecs the pure lost of mental sanity. Lyrics and song titles leads the album with an acid humor and nonsense. Guitar and bass did an excelent job, intelligent psycho ecletic riffs and technically well done, sounding catchy, leaving the listener alert, interested for the next passage, wondering what the hell will happen out of a sudden. Finally, you will find any leftover after the hyperactive drums found here. Terrific men playing freak music with good taste and a sick random sense of humor. Thanks god there are other people like this.

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