Just as soon as we recovered from the brutally intense experience that was Viscerals, there’s more.
Still fresh, the new Pigs (x7) record Viscerals is their most complete release to date, with 8 tracks of saturated drums, screeching vocals and everything else that you would expect from the psych / Krautrock infused Heavy Rock-band. However, we now have a fresh rework of Hell’s Teeth courtesy of another Rocket Recordings artist, the up and coming J. Zunz.
This re-edit gives the track a Berlin nightclub feel with the thumping kick drum and outright intense stereo panned vocal effects at the start of the track immediately making you feel dirty, in a great way. The synth work throughout the track further adds to this alternate reality, and the track transforms into what could be the background accompaniment to a freaky horror film scene, but yet again this feels somewhat incredible.
Overall, a great piece of work from an artist we had no idea existed until 5 hours ago, but now can’t get enough of. We’re going to catch-up with J. Zunz in the near future and discuss some fascinating points regarding her music and how she creates, so watch this space!
Check out J. Zunz’s rework of Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs’ “Hell’s Teeth” in the link below, and find her Bandcamp here.