Interview: Matt Tybor of The Bunny The Bear talks 6 albums in 6 years, past Bears, more

Matt Tybor, 2020

Back in 2010, when I was getting into the cavalcade of weird bands in the scene, I looked for the weirdest of the weird. I stumbled across The Bunny The Bear, and followed with pensive interest for several years, as the band’s obtuse approach to metal couldn’t be bogged down by any one genre. I got the chance to speak with frontman Matthew Tybor about this project in detail:

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Album Review: I, Omega – “Transients”


Progressive metal comes naturally to a very few bands. You can hear it through the perfect flow of transitions and melodies. When a band is trying to be progressive it’s just as obvious through the terrible rhythms and clashing melodies. I, Omega is definitely a band of the former specifications.

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