Pig Heart Transplant are a solo project from Seattle, Washington that includes a member of Iron Long and plays a mixture of power violence harsh noise and this is a review of his 2014 album "For Mass Consumption" which will be released in September by 20 Buck Spin.
Harsh power electronics and noises start off the album along with some aggressive shouting vocals which brings an industrial feeling to the recording and after awhile drums are added into the music and gives the recording a more noise rock feeling and the power electronics get more diverse as the album progresses.
Guitars can be heard in certain sections of the recording and that bring in a very distorted sound to t he music along with some slow riffing that has no melody or rhythm being utilized and you can hear some ambient drones being added into certain sections of the recording along with the vocals bringing in an influence of hardcore at times and all of the tracks are under a minute in length while there is still a great amount of diversity presented in the songs.
Pig Heart Transplant creates a noise album that is very diverse as well as making his sound a lot more interesting than most bands or artist's of the musical genre, the production has a very raw and heavy sound while the lyrics cover violent and hateful themes.
In my opinion Pig heart Transplant are a very great sounding harsh noise/noisecore project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Film" "Numb" "1970" and "Mute". 8 out of 10.