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Below is our complete Pigs news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
On the week of its release via Solar Flare Records, the entire "Wronger" sophomore LP from NYC noise rock demons Pigs is now online.
"Wronger" officially drops on October 2, but all the tracks can now be heard below. In support of the album, Pigs will embark on a massive, month-long European tour with labelmates Sofy Major.
The melee starts on October 15 with shows in Germany, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Italy in addition to half of the tour taking place throughout France. Additional tour dates including stateside wreckage will be announced shortly. More...
Brooklyn-based power-trio Pigs -- founded by members of Unsane and Paradise Club -- will release second LP, "Wronger," through the outfit's trusted source at France's Solar Flare Records in early October, and the maiden single from the slab has been unleashed early. Check out "The Life In Pink" below.
Following Pigs' criminally slept on "You Ruin Everything" debut LP in 2012 and subsequent "Gaffe" EP in 2013, the band's sophomore album "Wronger" was written and recorded sporadically over the last year or so, when each member wasn't focused on feeding their families, detailing race cars or doing sound for like-minded ogres Melvins, Big Business, and Murder City Devils.
Pigs and John Fulk produced the record at bassist Andrew Schneider's co-owned Translator Audio in Coney Island, after which it was mixed at Loho Studios by Schneider, mastered by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering, and fitted with artwork by guitarist/vocalist Dave Curran and drummer Jim Paradise. More...
"NYC Sucks, Volume 4" is now available online as a stream and free download. Check out the tracks below, or download the compilation at MetalSucks.net here.
NYC Sucks is a 100% free music compilation series that celebrates some of the best bands of the New York City metal scene.
Volume 4 includes A Pale Horse Named Death, Extinction A.D., Mutilation Rites, Torrential Downpour, Pigs, and more.
The full track listing is as follows:
1. Extinction A.D. – “Mummified”
2. Torrential Downpour - “TKV”
3. Artificial Brain – “Absorbing Black Ignition”
4. Dead Empires – “Five Day Death”
5. Family – “Precedent”
6. Old Wounds – “It Can’t Rain All the Time”
7. Pigs – “If I’m In Luck”
8. White Widows Pact – “Collateral Damage”
9. Alekhine’s Gun – “Crown of Knives (Tsoncha Korlo)”
10. Flaming Tusk – “Thousand Year Plan”
11. Mutilation Rites – “Fogwarning”
12. Fin’Amor – “Bleed the Oceans”
13. A Pale Horse Named Death – “Shallow Grave” More...
“Gaffe,” the forthcoming EP from NYC noise-rockers Pigs (featuring Dave Curran from Unsane on guitar and vocals, Jim Paradise from Player’s Club on drums, and producer Andrew Schneider on bass and vocals) is now playing in its entirety.
Stream all of "Gaffe" in the player below, courtesy of Revolver Magazine. "Gaffe" serves as a stop-gap release between the band’s debut album "You Ruin Everything" and a forthcoming (still in the works) sophomore effort, and also serves to celebrate the band's imminent European tour along with label mates Sofy Major. Dates are available after the jump. More...
Pigs, the New York City noise-rock trio featuring Dave Curran (Unsane) on guitar and vocals, Jim Paradise (Player’s Club, Freshkills, Hellno) on drums, and producer Andrew Schneider (Cave In, Converge, Made Out of Babies, Unsane, Keelhaul) on bass and vocals, has recently revealed a new track from forthcoming EP "Gaffe."
Give "If I'm In Luck" a listen in the player available below. "Gaffe" serves as a stop-gap release between the band’s debut album "You Ruin Everything" and a still-in-the-works sophomore album.
New York trio Pigs recently released the "You Ruin Everything" album on vinyl through Solar Flare Records. The band has now posted a video clip online featuring the song "Give It," which can be viewed below.
Pigs features Dave Curran (Unsane bass player), producer Andrew Schneider (Keelhaul, Converge, Julie Christmas), and Jim Paradise (JJ Players Club, Freshkills). You can also check out the previously posted song "Drained" over at Metalsucks.