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Sucioperro are a three piece from Scotland.

They play melodic alternative rock.

They've cited their influences as "instinct, imagination, truth, humour, heart, belief, hope, desire and love".

"This mix of musical influences all comes out in their live show, which is something that you simply cannot miss. It's heavy, kids sweat, people sing, bodies sway but there's something else as well underneath! Their lyrics breathe emotion,…

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  • I must say I adore Heartstring, in a different way to Pain Agency or Random Acts sure, but I'm a very big fan. Still yet to give Fused a listen though.
  • Still not long enough, TMT... That album should fall into oblivion.
  • Heartstring was 4 years ago? Get out.
  • Technically, "dirty dog" in Spanish is "perro sucio". (Hey, someone has to keep this shoutbox alive!)
  • Only two shouts in two years?! Oh man, I miss the old days, when this shoutbox was busy on a daily basis... Now how the hell will I know when new material by these guys have leaked? Or even just released at all D:
  • This band is underrated as fuck!
  • Anyone caught the band on the English dates yet? Leicester was loopy brilliant: http://onebeat.squarespace.com/main/2012/10/20/live-sucioperro.html
  • "I much preferred the sound they went for on heartstring." Well, that's where you and I disagree, Jonzo. I think they were digging their own grave with that album. And I'm glad they threw away the shovels with "Fused".
  • It's a nice direction, but it just feels a little like a b-side compilation or summit (see some of the lyrics). Good riffs, but JP's vocals are wasted what with all the effects. I much preferred the sound they went for on heartstring.
  • AS HEAVY AS MY BALLS. Fuck you, haters! If this is their apology for that "oh my, I think on my period" Heart String album, then I sure as hell am taking it! Sucio got angry and heavy and riffy and that's the exact opposite of pulling a Biffy. Way to go, lads!

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