24 Jul 2019
Artsdesk reviews Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs at Supersonic Festival
The last band to hit the stage on Sunday was the mighty Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and their lively stoner rock. It proved to be a fine show and an excellent crowning to fine weekend. Vocalist Matt Baty appeared in a glittery hoody and football shorts and proceeded to practice his infamous metal yoga as the band cranked up the volume and laid waste to “GNT”, “Shockmaster” and “A66” from last year’s King of Cowards album. “Sweet Relief” from Feed the Rats followed and the mosh pit went nuts. “Gloamer” may have been played at a slower tempo but that didn’t calm anyone. Indeed, by the time the band finally called time on their show, a stage diving Baty had been passed around over the heads of about half of those present, as the room became one with the driving groove, moshing crowd, heat, sweat and dry ice – and that’s the way to finish a real rock’n’roll show.
Read the full review here: Artsdesk
Picture by Joe Singh