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A lot of ‘lasts’ are happening for Anberlin: they are about to drop their last album, Lowborn, on July 22, 2014, they’re doing their last Warped Tour, followed by a final world tour, and one last headline run in the US. Guitarist Joey (Joseph) Milligan talks about their lasts. Fear not Anberlin fans, they had only you in mind when writing and recording Lowborn, and booking these upcoming final tours.

It’s been a while since I’ve heard an industrial/electronic band release a record that caught my attention and in all honesty, this is a scene that became inundated with mediocre, formulaic bands who mucked up the genre’s gene pool. Well I’m glad to say that the latest disc from Rabid Whole, Refuge, is a virtual light in the dark that is the industrial/electronic mire. This is a good, classic-sounding industrial release complete with aggressive and abrasive sounds set to a background of heavy, driving grooves topped by an ethereal female vocal track that really sets things apart. If NIN, Jakalope or even Stabbing Westward are your thing, than this is an album you won’t want to miss!

If you’re one of the fortunate people who attended The Rabid Whole’s CD release party at the Bovine in Toronto, Canada last night, then you’ve already experience this awesome new album. If you missed the show, then we have a super treat for you in the form of this exclusive world premiere of the band’s latest album Refuge, due out May 1st, 2012 via Boonsdale Records. Recorded and produced by Karl Schubach (Misery Signals, Solace), mixed by Dave Ogilvie (Jakalope, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson) and mastered by Noah Mintz (Broken Social Scene, Death From Above 1979), Refuge is one industrial metal/alternative rock album you won’t want to miss!

We at PureGrainAudio are extremely pleased to release a free download of the brand new The Rabid Whole song “Future”. It comes off the group’s newest album Refuge, which is set for release on May 1st, 2012 via Boonsdale Records. The album was recorded and produced by Karl Schubach (Misery Signals, Solace), mixed by Dave Ogilvie (Jakalope, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson) and mastered by Noah Mintz (Broken Social Scene, Death From Above 1979).