Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are back in Birmingham in April, this time headlining The Mill.
Following a “gurningly heavy” headline set at Supersonic 2019, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are returning to Digbeth in April for a show at The Mill. The doom metal maximalists have earned a reputation for primal live shows since the release of their sophomore album King Of Cowards in 2018 on Rocket Recordings. Sounding like the toxic offspring of Black Sabbath and Motörhead, they’ve got sledgehammer riffs and a penchant for sequins.
Support comes from fellow Novocastrians Blóm, a noise punk trio who describe their sound as “pua radge shit”. Their online presence doesn’t give a lot away, but if the one song on their bandcamp is anything to go by, they’ll certainly get the crowd warmed up.
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