Feel are proud to present for the first time ever The Mark Of Cain performing their 1995 magnum-opus Ill At Ease live!

Produced by Henry Rollins and featuring the singles First Time, Tell Me and LMA plus crowd favourites InterloperThe Contender and Pointman Ill At Ease took the bands trademark brutal bass-heavy sound and lyrical themes of isolation and despair to new terrain as they made the leap from relative obscurity in hometown Adelaide to the main stages of legendary festivals including the Big Day Out, Brisbane’s Livid Festival and Homebake.

“This album became our watershed moment and helped firmly place us in the zeitgeist of that momentous 90’s era in Australian music.” - John Scott

"The record is UN-BELIEVABLE. It's just one of the best things I have ever heard. I'm so proud to be involved." – Henry Rollins

SUPPORTED BY: Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs.

“Our touch points are Black Sabbath, Motorhead, Stooges – those-sort-of-acts. And maybe Melvins. Bits of grunge thrown in there as well. Little shades of Nirvana here and there”.

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne band Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs will make their present felt this December with an appearance at the iconic Meredith Music Festival, as special guests of The Mark Of Cain and for headline shows of their own.

Formed in 2014 and with four albums to their name Pigs (x7) have been slowing building their brand via those albums but more aggressively via a reputation for intense live shows. A pulsating blend of heavy riffs, swirling psychedelia and crushing volume that has seen them land festival spots on Levitation and SXSW (US), End Of the Road, Future Days, Raw Power, Big Foot, Bearded Theory (UK), Sonic Whip (NL) and more while this October Pigs (x7) will headline their biggest London show to date at the 2300 capacity Kentish Town Forum.

"When they started playing, the entire room shook and I felt my organs slowly making their way up to my esophagus. It was mesmerizing, violently loud, and so much fun. There was something so spellbinding about it, something that could only come from them and the genuine passion they played with.” -

Don’t miss the sound of your summer Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs live this December.