14 Jul 2018

Bristol 24-7 reviews Bristol Psych Fest


It reads:

Anthroprophh (SWX) built up tension with drums and percussion, before belting out the first of their tar black, monolithic constructions. The three piece managed an array of sounds: bass played / discarded / played; extra percussion pounded; samples and effects all over the place with primal vocals and all decorated with quicksilver solos. The perfect blend of space rock and metal with invigorating post-punk tribal drums. The tunes were not straightforward, but were free from artifice and it was easy for the listener to lose themselves in the crushing edifices pounded out without let up or mercy.

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (The Lanes) ended the night with the heaviest set of the day, their unique sound owing much to classic Sabbaff and yet they’ve forged their own monstrous, mesmerising take on metal. It was a minimal set with simple components but the less is more (MUCH MORE) riffs and bombastic rhythm section were welded together with an unerring sense of dynamics and topped by the vocal performance of the day. The room was rammed with the most animated crowd of the evening: despite the heat all present were carried away by the skull crushing riffs, a pit threatened to form but never quite took off but then the room was packed from wall to wall. A raucous finale from one of finest exponents of modern metal.


Read the full review here: Bristol 24-7

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13 Jul 2018

Vote for Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs


Louder have put a list of the best singles of the week and you can vote for your favourite one!

So do us a favour and give these swines track 'Cake of Light your vote

Vote here: Louder

And this is what they say about the track:

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Cake Of Light
The curiously-named Newcastle riff-lords are at it again, with this track which is said to "do its damnedest to take consciousness to its very limits". It's heavy, it's sludgy, it's horrible – in short, it's infinitely enjoyable. On the new material, the band say: "For a long time I've questioned how and where guilt can be used as a form of oppression... When can guilt be converted into positive action? After typing all of the lyrics up I realised I'd unwittingly referenced every one of the seven deadly sins throughout the album. That's the fire and brimstone Catholic teachings I picked up at school coming into play there!"

You can preorder their new album King of Cowards on ltd green vinyl here: Bandcamp

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Clash say GOAT are one of the bands to watch at this weekends Citadel Festival


They say:

Part of the Scandinavian psychedelic underground, Goat match relentless rhythms to wholly immersive songwriting. An incredible live act, the intensity with which Goat attack each show leaves nothing behind.


With those impeccable outfits, rain sticks, and colossal moves, Goat are ready to cast a spell both literally and musically over West London.

See the full piece here: Clash

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Turn up the Volume puts MIEN in their albums of the year so far


They say:

‘Mien’ by MIEN
Contrary to countless other side-projects these four compelling musicians didn’t get together just to kill time. Their magical collaboration is nothing less than amazing. A five-star psych pop rainbow with starry-eyed waves and moony vibrations. Stellar!

See the full list here: Turn up the volume

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10 Jul 2018

Clash Magazine say some words about Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs new album 'King of Cowards'


They say:

Seismic rock outlaws Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are set to release new album 'King Of Cowards' on September 28th.

A live experience like no other, the Newcastle band's maximalist take on brown acid psychedelia has pummeled craniums across the country and beyond.

New album 'King Of Cowards' arrives on September 28th, and it's set to take their Sabbath-style riffing to frenzied new levels.

New song 'Cake Of Light' is online now, and it's a mighty chunk of avant rock futurism with a deep-rooted physicality.

Check it out now.

Read the full piece here: Clash

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Poster for Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs & Bonnacons of Doom show in Manchester



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9 Jul 2018

The Quietus say some words about Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs new album 'King of Cowards'


They say:

The mighty Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs will release their second album this September and tour throughout the end of the year

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have announced a new album. The followup to 2017’s Feed The Rats is entitled King of Cowards and features contributions from folk musician and Quietus favourite Richard Dawson. You can listen to the single ‘Cake of Light’ below and pre-order the full record here: Rocket Bandcamp

Guitarist Adam Ian Sykes gave an account of the recording of King of Cowards, which did involve actual pigs. He explains that the group “hired a remote, converted barn in the Italian countryside and spent a week there writing the bulk of the album and trying to make friends with wild boar.”

King of Cowards is out 28 September on Rocket Recordings. Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have also announced a tour, with two album release shows set for 27 and 28 September...

Read the rest here: The Quietus

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