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Last month Casey Lynch

reviewedFat Rhabit

's self-titled debut EP, giving the local rockers a pretty glowing assessment. Just this morning, the band's manager

Sean Shepherd

sent over a couple new tunes from the Rhabit's upcoming full-length "rock opera-ish" album, due out around March. The Grand Rapids transplants churn out remarkably accomplished yet straightforward rock shit, with emotive (but not "emo") vocals. This could be classic rock one day. For the time being, let's call it contemporary.

"Our Orchid": http://media.newtimes.com/id/166685/

"Weisbaden": http://media.newtimes.com/id/166686/

As always, send your MP3's, show announcements, gossip and other ephemera to Brendan Joel Kelley

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