Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs - Viscerals
Critic Score
Based on 20 reviews
2020 Ratings: #142 / 603
User Score
Based on 151 ratings
2020 Ratings: #567
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April 3, 2020 / Release Date
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Rocket / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
musicOMH

Viscerals favours shorter track lengths and more immediate songs ... There are some bigger, more sprawling tracks too, and these don’t disappoint.

90
God Is in the TV

This album is nothing less than brilliant, it may not be to your taste, but these five musicians have created their 3rd full-length long-player and laid down an album that would wake even the dead!

80
Loud and Quiet

The record is all guts and glory, tauter than before and all the better for it. It’s relentless; an all-out-assault of riffs and rumblings that pushes Pigs to new heights.

80
The Skinny

They’ve gone from mammoth, side-long pseudo-jams to relatively bite-sized chunks without sacrificing any of the fury they’ve harboured from the beginning.

80
Gigwise

Viscerals is going to be an incredible record to hear live, and is equally as impactful in its own right.

75
The Line of Best Fit

It isn’t often that metal is as direct and exhilarating as it is on Viscerals, and despite a series of songs concerned with the more unsavoury facets of life, there is a furious energy at the heart of the record it’s hard not to get swept up in.

TheRealEminem
NR
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Jamobo
70
Riffs a-plenty and enough thunder from each member of the band to scare Lightning McQueen, Viscerals is a chunky, raw, slightly psychedelic and occasionally Punk inspired addition to the wonderful world of Stoner Rock/Metal. Comparisons to Elder are gonna be obvious, but at the same time kind of necessary as Elder have provided, for years now, the kind of quality Stoner Metal that pulls in people who aren't even familiar with the genre, including myself. What 7 Pigs does with Viscerals though ... read more
21stcenturyschi
69
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs are a UK based stoner metal/stoner rock band, here with their third album, Viscerals. Pigs delivers a series of punchy heavy psych riffs, one after the other. The production is very doomy, has a grimy mix to everything, which nails the classic sounds of the genre. I can totally imagine Viscerals being tripped to. It is definitely not the most original thing in the genre, and I wish sometimes they took the riffs further than they did, but it is still a pretty ... read more
gabe5inko_music
72
I'm not crazy about it, but i'm a sucker for anything psych influenced. I'm not familiar with them at all, so perhaps a little lore would allow me to enjoy this album more. Still, it was pretty good.
SirTristan
75
A pretty solid, above average stoner metal album from Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs. Awesome name btw.
Nothing here is an incredible standout but the whole album itself is a very consistently enjoyable experience.

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Track List

  1. Reducer
  2. Rubbernecker
  3. New Body
  4. Blood and Butter
  5. World Crust
  6. Crazy in Blood
  7. Halloween Bolson
  8. Hell's Teeth
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Added on: January 13, 2020