01/014/2018

Preview new album and buy presale on iTunes

Rabbit Junk Will Die: Meditations on Mortality out Fri Jan 26! CD pre-sale now available!

!!! Check out the trailer for the new album Rabbit Junk Will Die: Meditations on Mortality

Achievement unlocked! 25k+ monlthy listeners on Spotify.

OUT NOW! Like the Flesh Does the Knife EP

SHIRTS! We are going through a new print&ship supplier called inktale. Several designs on any color T, all sizes

Check out clips from the forthcoming REMIX EP "Like the Flesh Does the Knife"

Out now, pay what you want: Singles from the Lost Years 2011-2013. Singles from the Lost Years 2011-2013Glitchmode Recordings

Singles from the lost Years 2011-2013 now live on Itunes

Watch your step, the BEAST is free!! Rabbit Junk's latest offering "BEAST" available from Glitch Mode Recordings! PAY WHAT YOU WANT Glitchmode Recordings

9/10 - "a must have for anyone looking to try something new and different from the general metal or electronic scenes"-Rocksins.com

MOBILE USERS and itunes users GET BEAST ON ITUNES

Also live on SPOTIFY, Amazon Music, or your favorite digital music provider!

Latest interview with JP from ReGen magazine - JP talks about the new EP "Beast" out on Oct. 28th

JP interviewed by RockSins - JP discusses everything from Rabbit Junk's rocky career to segregation in pop music to the forthcoming EP "Beast" (and reveals the track listing!)

June '15: Rabbit Junk begins recording new EP "beast", due out in fall! 1t w1ll b3 fr33!

Glitch Mode Recordings re-releases The Named! Glitch Mode is proud to re-release this unsung classic of politico-industrial metal featuring Rabbit Junk and Ex The Shizit front man JP Anderson. Contains new (2015) single "Discipline"! Download free or pay what you want here

Industrial...is dead! More resurrection flashback from Glitch Mode Recordings: classic demo of "Industrial...is dead" (2006) now on bandcamp - fr33!

Thank you all for Rabbit Junk's most successful release on Glitch Mode Recordings yet!! We can't overstate the positive feeling of the "Invasion EP" being so well received : ) As you know, Rabbit Junk puts out free music and let's fans pay only if they can - we don't believe in putting up barriers to you getting your tunes (we respect the right of your ears to be blasted regardless of socioeconomic status). So far just about 15% of people who downloaded also chose to pay. This is just a reminder that if you downloaded and decide you value the music, you can still throw down a buck or two to help the cause -