Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Shares New KEXP Live Session & Announce Tour Dates

May 14, 2023
Al Overdrive

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs

Shares New KEXP Live Session

Announces New Tour Dates

Acclaimed New Album Land Of Sleeper Out Now

Via Missing Piece Records

Newcastle, UK-based group Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have shared a new live video session filmed with KEXP in Seattle. Filmed during their recent U.S. tour in support for their acclaimed new album Land Of Sleeper, the session provides a front row seat to the group’s unhinged and undeniable performance style. The group’s intense stage presence was also on full display at SXSW, where they became one of the most-talked-about acts of the year with buzz from Rolling Stone, Austin Monthly, Brooklyn Vegan and more. They have also announced new U.S. tour dates for the fall, see full list below.

You already knew this band are good, but to see their explosive live performance for KEXP truly captures the magic of this band. The live performance delves straight into the depths of the bands’ almighty and vast landscape that Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have perfected with such immense complexities and mighty hypnotic hooks. Intense, enthralling and monolithic. Prepare to be blown away for their 4 live tracks. 

KEXP was a real bucket list moment for us,” notes guitarist Adam Ian Sykes. “It was such a pleasure to be invited to record a session, we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.”

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs recently released videos for the coruscating “Ultimate Hammer,” a high-octane sonic ride that melds classic riffage with the group’s predilection for offbeat chaos, and “Mr Medicine,” the audio equivalent of sticking a fork in plug socket. They also have released a blistering live performance video of the track “Terror’s Pillow.” 

“This is an H. R. Giger painting of an album: all muscular, misshapen forms that look all the more strange—and perhaps even a little beautiful—the closer you look.” – Pitchfork

“Pigx7 have managed to sharpen their uncompromising combo of Sabbath-esque riffs and experimental leanings into their most easily digestible – and perhaps best – album yet” – Clash

“An eight-song behemoth that pushes their sound further into doomy recesses, spaced-out drone and eye-bulging fury” – 

“…Seems to soundtrack a continuing descent into psychosis.” – Uncut

Land of Sleeper is the heavy-psych/garage-rock band’s fourth studio album and follows 2020’s Viscerals, which Under The Radar described as a “sense bludgeoning amalgamation of metal, punk, and experimental noise at its most brutal,” while Louder declared it “Utterly enthralling.” Kerrang writes, “melding the fuzzed-up, stripped-back muscle of heavyweights like Black Sabbath and Motörhead to progressive sludginess, then pouring on a generous helping of the wryly abstract humor of IDLES, this third album is a strange, unruly offering.”

Whether dwelling in the realm of dreams or nightmares, the primordial drive of the band is more powerful than ever. Land of Sleeper, their fourth record in a decade of riot and rancor, is testimony to this: the sound of a band not so much reinvigorated as channeling a furious energy, which only appears to gather momentum as the band’s surroundings spin on their axis.

Tour Dates:

10/31/23 – Troy, NY – No Fun Festival

11/01/23 – New Haven, CT – Space Ballroom

11/02/23 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair

11/03/23 – Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere

11/04/23 – Washington, DC – Atlantis

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