Pig Destroyer have premiered a new video for their new song “Mt. Skull,” via Kerrang!. This track is from the band’s new album “Head Cage,“ which will be released on September 7. Blake Harrison commented:
“Did someone say banana peels?!?! We here at Pig Destroyer Industries are happy to announce our third video in conjunction with Joe Stankum, so get out your coffins and skate Mt. Skull!”
Pig Destroyer have premiered a new video for their new song “The Torture Fields.” The clip, which was directed by Frank Huang, was filmed at the Decibel Metal & Beer Fest and the Southwest Terror Fest. The track is from the band’s new album “Head Cage,“ which is set to be released on September 7.
Pig Destroyer have premiered a new video for their new song “Army Of Cops.” This track features Richard Johnson (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, etc.) and it will appear on the band’s new album “Head Cage,“ which is set to be released on September 7. The effort, which can be pre-ordered HERE, will also feature guest appearances from Agoraphobic Nosebleed‘s Kat Katz and Full Of Hell‘s Dylan Walker.
“Head Cage” Track Listing:
01. “Tunnel Under The Tracks”
02. “Dark Train”
03. “Army Of Cops”
04. “Circle River”
05. “The Torture Fields”
06. “Terminal Itch”
07. “Concrete Beast”
08. “The Adventures Of Jason And JR”
09. “Mt. Skull”
10. “Trap Door Man”
11. “The Last Song”
12. “House Of Snakes”
Pig Destroyer have posted a teaser for their new album “Head Cage.” That effort will be released on September 7.
Pig Destroyer will be releasing their new album “Head Cage” in September. The band confirmed the news in the below post:
Pig Destroyer‘s Blake Harrison was recently interviewed by Metal Hammer and talked a bit about the band’s new album. According to him, the effort “is a little more diverse than before.”
Harrison said the following:
“This is the first album we have ever made with a bass player and so that means we have a new toy to play around with. Having that extra element, those lower tones, means that the whole sonic picture is different, so we’ve been exploring that. Having John [Jarvis, bassist] really opened things up for us. We can incorporate much more stuff and really experiment on this record.”
He also added the following about the direction of the new material:
“…I would just say that this one is a little more diverse than before. [2001’s] ‘Prowler In The Yard‘ was more of a death metal record, ‘Terrifyer‘  was more of a noise rock record, ‘Book Burner‘ was a grindcore record and ‘Phantom Limb‘  was more of a thrash record, but this one has all of those things in it. Some songs have a more Melvins vibe and obviously there are some straight-up, 30-second, fast-as-hell grindcore songs.”