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THE RABID WHOLE release 'Future' music video Print E-mail
Monday, 28 January 2013 18:18

Uber-approved Canadian electro-rockers THE RABID WHOLE have released a new music video for the track, 'Future'.

 

'Future' is taken from last year's 'Refuge' album; read the Uber Rock review here.

 

Watch the 'Future' video below.

 

There's something to be said for fate in the music world. One moment you're left with the skeleton of a band, unsure when you'll be able to follow your calling again, the next you've got a whole new line-up, a brand new home, a stronger, more defined sound and are recording with some of the biggest names in the industry. This is the tale of The Rabid Whole.

 

Disenchanted with playing in bands whose music was un-challenging and run of the mill, vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Andreas Weiss set out to remedy his predicament. Purchasing an arsenal of music and noise-making gadgets, he began writing songs for his own band's 2009 debut album, 'Autramaton'.

 

Recruiting musicians along the way, the first incarnation of The Rabid Whole was solidified, releasing their first album and touring Canada, sharing the stage with the likes of The Birthday Massacre, Econoline Crush, Hinder, Apoptygma Berzerk, and 16Volt.

 

But that's when things began to take a turn. Following the departure of several band members, Weiss decided to leave his hometown of Regina, SK behind, taking a leap of faith and moving to Toronto, ON along with guitarist and founding member George Radutu.

 

Through some lucky online ads, he discovered drummer JJ Tartaglia and bass guitarist Oscar Anesetti while a Christmas trip back home to Regina put him face-to-face with Chalsey Noelle, a friend of a friend looking for a new career path after quitting her job. Wouldn't you know it -- Noelle was a talented keyboardist and vocalist.

 

The new and improved Rabid Whole released their second album, 'Refuge', on May 1, 2012. A direct reflection of the emotional and external changes of Weiss' journey, the album deals with relatable themes.

 

Isn't it time you fell down the rabid whole?

 

http://www.therabidwhole.com/