Grindcore kings Pig Destroyer have added a new member to the fold and are "keeping it in the family". Drummer Adam Jarvis' cousin John Jarvis has joined the group as the band's first bass player. John will make his live debut at the band's appearance at the Housecore Film Festival curated by Phillip Anselmo in Austin, Texas on October 27th at Antone's. What can this mean for the band's sound in future albums? Scott Hull is embracing change and wants to explore new musical territories.
Richmond-based grindcore gods Pig Destroyer have just released a brand new track called "The Octagonal Stairway". You can listen to and download "The Octagonal Stairway" on Adult Swim. Do you like the production? This song is released via the 2013 Adult Swim Singles Series. Enjoy!
Grindcore kings Pig Destroyer have announced select European shows for this coming May and June. A complete list of dates including European festival appearances can be found below. The band will be playing in support of their latest creation Book Burner.
Pig Destroyer have released a new EP of unreleased material and it is for a good cause. What's not to like? You can download and stream the entire EP at their Bandcamp page. This two-track doom EP titled Mass & Volume is from the Phantom Limb sessions and all proceeds benefit the family of recently passed Relapse Records employee Pat Egan.
Pig Destroyer's fifth album Book Burner has had a successful run. The album sold over 4400 copies in its first week of release. This accolade saw the band coming in at #102 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. Now the band has been generous enough to stream the bonus disc of punk covers from the new album.
"The Diplomat", a brand new video from grindcore stalwarts Pig Destroyer, is now available for viewing below. The song is taken from the band's new album, Book Burner, out now via Relapse Records. The video clip was directed by Phil Mucci.
Pig Destroyer will release Book Burner on October 22nd via Relapse Records but the album is already streaming online in its entirety over here. The grindcore band needed five years to release the follow-up to Phantom Limb. Let's just hope it was worth the wait.
"The Diplomat", another brand new song from the quartet Pig Destroyer is now available for streaming at Pitchfork. The single is taken from the grinders' new upcoming album Book Burner, their first in five years. But the wait is almost over for fans as the new album is scheduled to come out on October 22nd via Relapse Records. For now, you can enjoy the new song.
You can finally listen to a brand new song from Pig Destroyer. The grindcore band just released a lyric video for the song "Burning Palm", which is now available below. This is the first song from Book Burner to be released, their new album which will hit stores on October 22nd via Relapse Records.
Book Burner, the new album from US grindcore outfit Pig Destroyer, has been scheduled for release on October 22nd via Relapse Records. You can now check out a teaser of the album below featuring the new song "Baltimore Strangler". More details about the album were previously posted here.
The extreme music world is about to get a much needed cinderblock to the face as the mighty Pig Destroyer has entered the studio to record their highly anticipated 5th full-length record and first album in over five years! The band is self-producing and recording the new album at guitarist Scott Hull's Visceral Sound Studios in Alexandria, VA. The as-of-yet-titled album is a return to a raw, primitive sound and will feature 19 songs of their signature misanthropic grind. A late 2012 release is expected via Relapse Records.
Pig Destroyer's first video from their acclaimed "Phantom Limb" album, for the song "Loathsome", has debuted exclusively via Singingfool.com. The video was shot in Baltimore, MD at the Ottobar with director Dave Brodsky for MyGoodEye (The Red Chord, Kylesa, Goatwhore, God Forbid).
Pig Destroyer released "Phantom Limb" this past June. The band played a handful of shows around the album's release and live footage from their Brooklyn performance can be seen now at MetalKult.com along with a candid question-and-answer session with the band.