10 Oct 2018
Heavy Pop reviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – King of Cowards
King of Cowards delivers what Feed the Rats roughly promised as an insider tip from 2017 : The Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Rock'n'Roll'n'Totic Wine quintet with the penetrable name focused between mangy stoner and roaring Doom to the Heavy Psych-Hatz swelling brew finally ready to be able to take part in the genre spearhead.
With almost a similar amount of playing time, King of Cowards is up to twice the number of songs in direct comparison to Feed the Rats - distances of up to 9 minutes are actually in relation to previous chunks like The Wizard and the Seven Swines kept compact. However, this turn to increased handiness may well be converted as a whole to the development of the band.
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have learned in every way from the predecessor, whose advantages and inherited the shortcomings largely left behind, the songwriting not necessarily refined, but on a broader basis. Still dominate betweenBlack Sabbath and Motörhead roasting riffs from the Doom textbook brand Hey Colossus , Eagle Twin , Monolord , Part Chimp or Electric Wizard the drifting action, a hallucinating vintage Vibe ala Monster magnet shapes the perspective while frontman Matt Baty captures his dark lyrics in almost Conan 's battlefield style as hoarse Matt Pike screams out of the guitar mountains and neo-drummer Chris Morley has brought the motor groove of his ex-combo Gnod...
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