PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS: Bringing Sabbathian riffs back to Brum

“This is classic 70s heavy metal deep-fried in iron and blood.”The Quietus

WE’RE DELIGHTED TO WELCOME BACK TWO OF LAST YEAR’S SUPERSONIC FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS TO THE HARE AND HOUNDS APRIL THE 11TH. EXPECT A NIGHT OF STORMY AMPED SOUNDS AND DEMONIC DRUMMING WITH PIGSx7, GREY HAIRS AND THE EVER RAUCOUS ADDITION OF YOUTH MAN. TICKETS ON SALE HERE.

 

PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS PIGS

The pig, across many cultures and histories, holds differing connotations. From symbols of strength and abundance to being lustful and unclean, the pig is multifaceted and indefinable, just like the sounds of Newcastle born Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs.

As you might expect from a band who share members and circles with the likes of Blown Out, Haikai No Ku, Terminal Cheesecake and Luminous Bodies, performers Matt Baty, Sam Grant, John-Michael Hedley, Ewan Mackenzie, and Adam Ian Sykes deliver on a live experience which send audiences into a heavy, trance-like state, with their album Feed The Rats on Rocket Recordings taking clear influences from doom metal and psychedelic rock music.

With amps and brains alike, these psychic omnivores bring seven times the joy, seven times the pain, seven times the dementia and deliverance.

Feed the Rats is getting a repress over at Rocket Recordings. A limited run of 500 on ‘Molten Acid’ (orange/grey) vinyl. The repress of the album still comes in a luxury diecut sleeve. It’s released on 30 March however you can preorder a copy via bandcamp!

AND GET YOUR TICKETS NOW for a gig that promises to be an gargantuan April shower of distortion.

 

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