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Sunday, 5 February 2012

Fukpig - 3 [2012]

Starkly adorned by a reflection of the band's onstage masks, Fukpig's 3rd album, simply titled 3, is a continuation of the band's sound that has been allowed to develop since their inception, and particularly since the release of their first full-length album Spewings From A Selfish Nation in 2009. Does it absolutely rip? Bet your bottom dollar it does. Although this seems to utilise blastbeats a little less than its predecessor, it still has the relentless wall of horror and aggression feeling that is synonymous with the name Fukpig. More of a commentary of recent events than other releases (opener proper 'Alcohol And Necropunk' is about the Tottenham riots, whilst 'Hack' is about the News Of The World's phone hacking), this vicious piece loosely (key word) reflects the thoughts of many in the nation both sonically and lyrically. This could quite easily be album of 2012 - even though it's only just turned February!

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  1. I really like it but it's definitely missing Mick Kenny's usual input, there's a distinct lack of the awesome high guitar melodies and the production is definitely much worse

  2. actually after a few more listens its is up to normal Fukpig standard, I was a little too quick to judge


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