Mudhoney, Meat Puppets, METZ: Academy, Manchester

By Peter Guy on Jun 20, 13 09:30 AM in Louden Up - Live reviews

Mudhoney and Meat Puppets, a scintillating brace of American alt rock pioneers showed 'em how it's done at Manchester Academy, Getintothis' Sakura was there to capture the fuzz-laden legends.

If more proof were needed that you can't keep a good band down, the fact that Mudhoney and Meat Puppets are both touring new albums together is a glowing testament to that old adage.

That they're supported by one of Getintothis' favourite new bands, and heir to their racket-riot throne, METZ, is further proof to their enduring excellence.

But where others might be content with resting on their laurels and hawking their back catalogue to the bone, these survivors are more than willing to get their hands dirty and take their material on the road.

Meat Puppets served up gnarly takes from new album Rat Farm while Mudhoney dished out choice cuts from their scintilating offering Vanishing Point.

METZ, meanwhile, aired several new tracks including punishing new single Get Off (see below).

Manchester Academy was shaken to its foundations by dirty riffs, howling vocals and no small amount of pure rock n' roll energy. Getintothis' Sakura was on hand to witness these legends do what they do best.

Mudhoney rolled back the years with a stellar set at Manchester Academy




Meat Puppets cemented their status as cult heroes at Manchester Academy




Further reading on Getintothis
METZ: Soup Kitchen, Manchester - picture gallery.
Top 10 tracks: Nirvana.

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With a collection to rival a small record shop and a gig diary fit for any addled groupie, music is Peter Guy's religion. Working alongside the key players across Merseyside and the national music scene, Peter has edited the official Liverpool Sound City magazine The Liberator, been a media partner with Liverpool Music Week and covered festivals and industry showcases home and abroad. Getintothis is his irreverent insider's guide to Liverpool's music landscape and beyond.

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