GAY*BITS out today!


GAY*BITS has officially arrived and is now available to purchase worldwide on Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play as well as on vinyl through the Good to Die web store, many online music retailers, and in select brick and mortar stores through out the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

GAY*BITS is also now streaming in full on all music streaming services including Spotify, Apple Music, and on our Bandcamp page. We’ve also teamed up with POP MATTERS, who premiered the album on Wednesday. You can check that out HERE.

Be sure to catch both bands live throughout the rest of the summer and fall! 


Aug 22, Star Bar (Festicide), Portland
Sept 13, Mississippi Studios, Portland
Oct 2, Sunset Tavern (Macefield Festival), Seattle
Oct 29, Eagle, San Fransisco
Oct 31, Viper Room, Los Angeles
Nov 1, Tower Bar, San Diego
Nov 3, Metro, Salt Lake City
Nov 4, Neurolux, Boise


August 21, Black Water Bar w/ Danava and Long Knife (Festicide), Portland
August 27, Victory Lounge, (Roachella Festival), Seattle
August 29, The Bloodshed w/ Drunk Dad and Dead (AUS), Portland [matinee]
Sept 25, Turn! Turn! Turn! w/ Panzer Beat, Portland

What people are saying about GAY*BITS!

“Gaytheist and Rabbits are two of Portland’s finest rock ’n’ roll outfits, and their split LP from Good To Die Records is nothing short of a wet dream.” – NEW NOISE MAGAZINE

“Two of the city’s best underground bands, Gaytheist and Rabbits, not only share a common love for all things heavy from the Pacific Northwest—namely Melvins, Tad, and the Wipers—but they now share an album, as they’ve collaborated on one of the most enjoyable split releases to come out in recent memory.” — POP MATTERS

“I’m ready to declare this as potential Album Of The Year.” — SHINY GREY MONOTONE

“As musical couplings go, Gaytheist and Rabbits are a match made in a center for tinnitus research. Beyond sheer volume, the Portland punk-metal agitators also share a common distaste for humanity and a sneering sense of humor.” — WILLAMETTE WEEK

This entry was posted in Gaytheist, Good to Die Records, Music, Rabbits, Shows. Bookmark the permalink.