New Pig Destroyer Song
2013-09-04 by XingKing | 34 Comments

Richmond grindcore act Pig Destroyer have released a new song today, entitled 'The Octagonal Stairway', via Adult Swim. The song will feature on a compilation entitled Adult Swim Singles.

Check it here: http://video.adultswim.com/music/singles-2013/

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Xenophanes
Emeritus
September 3rd 2013

10592 Comments


wat

DallyLama
September 3rd 2013

1067 Comments


i like how its better than everything on book burner lol

zaruyache
September 3rd 2013

6145 Comments


Hey look! They fixed the crap production from their last album. This actually has bass to it.

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XingKing
September 3rd 2013

10323 Comments


@Dally: I was thinking similar

Million Ghosts
September 3rd 2013

88 Comments


This was pretty sick, but I miss the old Piggy D

Oneiron
September 3rd 2013

194 Comments


It has a low end or it has a bass you can hear? I'm hoping it's not the second one.

TAB
September 3rd 2013

447 Comments


not enugh bast beets

Colliiiin
September 4th 2013

670 Comments


Not like amazing or anything, but it's definitely quite enjoyable. Vocals are pretty fierce on this shit

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Funeralopolis
September 4th 2013

11155 Comments


sweet, band rules

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chemicalmarriage
September 4th 2013

1912 Comments


band slays

BigPleb
September 4th 2013

35453 Comments


Better than anything off of Book Burner, sweet.

XingKing
September 4th 2013

10323 Comments


Part of me thinks this is an older song

BigPleb
September 4th 2013

35453 Comments


Damn, this is actually pretty fucking sweet.

Dunno bout that Xing, the vox sound pretty different from any I've heard in the past.

BigPleb
September 4th 2013

35453 Comments


There's riffs so its cool, drums don't seem to bother me.

XingKing
September 4th 2013

10323 Comments


Parts of the vocal style are crazy different from any of JRs usual deliveries, but a lot of it has that real throaty yell he used on Phantom Limb. This is just too good and raw for me to believe that it's new after the shit stains that Book Burner and that fucking horrible EP were

BigPleb
September 4th 2013

35453 Comments


Or maybe just maybe...they've turned a corner :D

XingKing
September 4th 2013

10323 Comments


I want to believe ;-;

Imperial
September 4th 2013

1723 Comments


I don't know I thought this kicked ass.

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DanielNightLewis
September 4th 2013

548 Comments


Do you think maybe Pig Destroyer suffered from ANb being a bit more productive in the last few years? Almost like Scott used all his best riffs on Agorapocalypse and that bunch of splits that came out after that?

Hopefully he has rebuilt some creative momentum!

Wizard
September 4th 2013

19304 Comments


Always enjoyed this band despite the backlash from elitists over the years.

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DanielNightLewis
September 4th 2013

548 Comments


Agreed, they've always been great. Even if Book Burner wasn't absolutely stellar it still had some great moments (Baltimore Strangler, Permanent Funeral for example) despite feeling a little by-the-numbers at times

Decayingmajesty
September 4th 2013

5394 Comments


plug now

http://plug.dj/hybrid-theory/

qiblas
September 4th 2013

378 Comments


Prowler in the Yard > All

henryChinaski
September 4th 2013

2709 Comments


Pretty good!

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ZippaThaRippa
September 4th 2013

2415 Comments


This is tight. Digging the production

Wizard
September 4th 2013

19304 Comments


Agreed, they've always been great. Even if Book Burner wasn't absolutely stellar it still had some great moments (Baltimore Strangler, Permanent Funeral for example) despite feeling a little by-the-numbers at times

It was still Pig Destroyer and more of a good thing is never bad.

FrozenVain
September 4th 2013

2394 Comments


this is nice

Million Ghosts
September 4th 2013

88 Comments


Book Burner wasn't even bad. The production wasn't great and the drums took a big step down, but it still riffs and grooves harder than most bands.

AdolfChrist
September 4th 2013

1735 Comments


no, Book Burner wasnt bad. it wasnt great either though, the production was the main problem. it sounded so weak and thin. this single is better than anything on that album and the production rules.

Makemebad35
September 4th 2013

741 Comments


not bad

Regulator
September 4th 2013

602 Comments


hey not bad boys. not bad at all

TomAkaVeto
September 4th 2013

1617 Comments


Dang, this is awesome. Nice surprise. I enjoyed Book Burner, but like others have said, this is better than anything on that album.

laterenima
September 5th 2013

221 Comments


MF Doom, Run the Jewels, then Pig Destroyer.
Fun-looking compilation.

wanderlust
September 7th 2013

304 Comments


Surprisingly good



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