Pig Destroyer Drop EP

2013-03-04 by Funeral | 22 Comments
Pig Destroyer have unexpectedly released a new two track doom EP containing unreleased recordings from their Phantom Limb sessions. This EP is acting a fundraiser to raise money for the daughter of recently deceased Relapse Record employee Pat Egan.

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http://patlapse.bandcamp.com/album/mass-volume

Tagged: Pig Destroyer

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 4th 2013
23505 Comments


Heard their new one sucks so idk about this

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deathofasalesman
March 4th 2013
6042 Comments


But this is from Phantom Limb.

XingKing
March 4th 2013
11458 Comments


I wish I could listen to this without knowing it was from Phantom Limb. It would give me the illusion that these guys hadn't lost it. Natasha is my favorite PD release, so hopefully this is awesome.

XingKing
March 4th 2013
11458 Comments


Welp, the first song is complete shit and the second song is entirely unremarkable in every aspect. I am upset and I miss Brian. Fuck.

zxlkho
March 4th 2013
3486 Comments


the new one wasn't THAT bad. I kind of enjoyed it.

will listen to this in a bit.

demigod!
March 4th 2013
47461 Comments


new album was very bland from the songs i did hear

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 4th 2013
23505 Comments


thanks man i established that 5 posts ago

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 4th 2013
23505 Comments


back to your pain in the ass ways again i see!

Dryden
March 4th 2013
13450 Comments


stop fighting youll wake up the children

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 4th 2013
23505 Comments


"well i mean i never wasnt"

true

MrElmo
March 4th 2013
1955 Comments


New one wasn't as good because of the production ranging from shit to lifeless

apert
March 4th 2013
3222 Comments


19 minute grind track?

paxman
March 4th 2013
4084 Comments


But did they pick it back up?

deathofasalesman
March 4th 2013
6042 Comments


Cool that all proceeds go to that dude's daughter for college.

gosk8n
March 5th 2013
1081 Comments


"But did they pick it back up?"

*facepalm

instantradical
March 5th 2013
240 Comments


Why would you want to destroy pigs? That's a waste of perfectly good bacon. If there's something inherently "metal" about pig destruction, I'm afraid I don't see it.

DanielNightLewis
March 5th 2013
763 Comments


its a euphemism for killing police.


bigguytoo9
March 5th 2013
303 Comments


First song is like the best Boris track not written by them. Total Amplifier Worship style material.

deathofasalesman
March 6th 2013
6042 Comments


..........

zaruyache
March 6th 2013
11448 Comments


No, I think Rwake were just being disgusting.

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PumpBoffBag
March 6th 2013
433 Comments


I liked their most recent album, but this is pretty pedestrian

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SadAndHolyGlow
April 6th 2013
1582 Comments


Yikes. "Phantom Limb" was mind-blowing, but this is just blah.



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