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Customer Reviews

The Brilliant The Bodacious

The Bunny The Bear is different from any band I've heard. Put aside the theme of the band itself, because that's beside the point. Yes, the idea of a bunny and bear lead singer is different, but that should'nt be the focus.

What's fantastic about this band is how sporadic their music is album by album. Each album has a different central theme and musical creativity. While the last album, The Stomach for It, was extremely heavy, and their debut album with Victory was a mix of genres, this album is the perfect mix of soft and heavy. They really put their best foot forward in this album.

Plus, it was awesome to hear Matt (The Bunny) sing clean vocals, as well as screaming vocals. He does it well.
I know a lot of critics give them negative reviews because of their supposed inconsistencies as a band, but I think their inconsistencies count as more of a variety. The variety in their music is superb, and makes for an interesting listen album after album


Been a fan since day 1. A lot of people hate them, but the love the originality. They don't sound like every other band. They lead, not follow.

Lose the Vocal Vomit and We've Got a Winner

There's a lot to admire about this group--engaging melodies and fine arrangements--but I can't get past the vocal vomit. Every time the "singer" begins his Linda Blair/Exorcist screaming in the background, I have to laugh. Probably not what the group is going for. Were this album rereleased without the silly metal-head theatrics, which are cliched anyway, I'd buy this without hesitating.


Formed: 2008 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Few band names really hit the conceptual nail on the head like the Bunny the Bear, a synth-heavy electronicore band from Buffalo, New York fronted by two guys wearing bunny and bear masks. Formed in 2008 by vocalists Matthew "The Bunny" Tybor and Chris "The Bear" Hutka, who handle screamed and clean vocals, respectively, the band has revolved around the duo as its core members, backed by a touring group made up of guitarists Alex Matos and Nate Blasdell, bassist John Halstead, and drummer Tommy Vinton....
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