Kapitan Korsakov – dangerously abbreviated to KKK – is an amazingly aggressive (anything but physically) live band that has earned its spurs by rolling over anything and everything with every live show they do.
Honest songwriting, authenticity and disregarding all things fashionable are Kapitan Korsakov's trademarks. Quite the relief in times of mediocre radio-pollution!
After taking a break to focus on his other band Raketkanon, Pieter-Paul Devos (vocals / guitar) gathered his bandmates Pieter Van Mullem (bass) and Sigfried Burroughs (drums) to go camping in Chicago's Electrical Audio Studios and record the successor of the latest Kapitan Korsakov album "Stuff & Such" (2012).
Their third album ‘Physical Violence Is The Least Of My Priorities’ was produced by none less then Steve Albini and became a huge uppercut of uncompromised noiserock, grungepunk and catchy melodies bathing in a mudpool of distorted sounds.
"There are no genres in music. There is only good, sincere music and there is bad music", says frontman Pieter-Paul Devos.