Pohoda 2021 will also feature the British band Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (or PIGSx7, if you like). The band combines acid-rock and psych-metal, while their songs are dominated by hammerblow-like drums, thick riffs and throat singing that transforms into an "uplifting and inviting barrage of hedonistic abandon". Last year, they released the album Kings of Cowards which, according to Loud & Quiet, was designed to blow your speakers. The Crack magazine said the recording is akin to bottling hellfire and The Guardian subsequently included them in their selection of bands to follow.
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have released the LP Feed the Rats and last year's album Kings Of Cowards. According to singer and keyboardist Matt Baty, the magic number seven on the latest album also references the seven deadly sins. The band are looking for an answer to the question of how it is possible to use guilt as a form of oppression, and if it’s possible to convert guilt into a positive reaction. According to The Quietus, “the demons have been summoned, channeled, and purged." The portal also included the album in their selection of the 100 best albums of 2018. The band is influenced by Black Sabbath, Monster Magnet and Motörhead.