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Pretty Creatures’ “Abattoir” Slaughters the Alt-Rock Scene

Pretty Creatures’ latest single “Abattoir” is a blistering track that showcases the band’s impressive musical talent and undeniable stage presence. With a sound that will resonate with fans of Queens of The Stone Age, Slipknot, Led Zeppelin, and Baby Strange, Pretty Creatures has the potential to be the next big thing in the Glasgow alternative scene.

The track starts with a moody guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the song. The haunting vocals of lead singer Rory Boyle are impressive, with his infectious enthusiasm shining through and immediately capturing the listener’s attention. The gritty riffs and headbanging breakdowns are sure to get fans moving and create an electrifying atmosphere at their live shows.

What makes “Abattoir” stand out is the band’s ability to combine different genres and influences into a cohesive whole. The gothic rock inspiration is evident throughout the song, giving it a dark and brooding atmosphere that’s hard to resist. At the same time, the heavy rock influence adds a sense of familiarity that fans of the genre will appreciate.

Overall, “Abattoir” is a strong showing from Pretty Creatures that’s sure to get fans excited about their future. With their talent and infectious energy, the band has the potential to make a big impact in the alternative rock scene. Keep an eye on Pretty Creatures, as they’re definitely a band to watch in the coming years.

Pretty Creatures unleashed alt-rock’s most ominous arrival with their atmospheric single, It’s Coming

With a Slipknot Unsainted-Esque intro, Kyuss-reminiscent hard rock sludge and a similar rhythmic sense of seduction to Velvet Revolver, Pretty Creatures’ seminal track, It’s Coming, is a harbinger of overdriven atmospheric alt-rock that every self-respecting rock fan should heed.

Primed to dominate the Glasgow alternative scene, Pretty Creatures (formerly known as Dead Coyotes) have blackened their sound, allowing their new transition to coalesce with the dystopia of our modern era. Thankfully, none of their former melodicism was lost to the juggernautical furore in It’s Coming. You can’t say you haven’t been warned.

It’s Coming is out now on Spotify. Check out Pretty Creatures on their official website & Facebook.

Review by Amelia Vandergast