Ah, the beauty in restraint. This could have easily been seen as a pretentious move for PD's career, but I see it as a welcome change. It's far from perfect, but it is a well done form of experimentation.
The most underrated Pig Destroyer release to date, Natasha is an absolute beast that features a single song clocking in at almost 38 minutes. The long track length makes this incredibly inaccessible but if you take the time to become absorbed into the song with the lyrics, you will find an engrossing tale of love and revenge that ends in horror with the perfect music to compliment it. Ranging from ambient sounds to grindcore to straight doom metal, Natasha deserves more credit than it gets. The only Pig Destroyer release thus far to feature a bass guitar and easily J.R's finest lyrics that he will surely never top. "The end is moving into sight. I gasp and I scream as I see her lovely mouth five times the size of me. Her lips curl into a grin around her crooked gnashing teeth. I'm pulverized and devoured in the jaws of a girl seventeen"