Fulgora are a beast. Why? Possibly because the band shares members with both Pig Destroyer and Misery Index. The band will be releasing their new album Stratagem next month and they have released a new video for their track “Meridian.” I would call this a music video, but I classify music videos as videos in which the band appears, which Fulgora doesn’t in this video.
The video does however feature a lot of religious, anti-religious and religious oppression imagery and video. I would say that this video is somewhat NSFW. Just to be safe. Check out “Meridian” below. Continue reading →
Grinding death metal outfit Fulgora, which is made up of members of Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Misery Index, have announced the release of their debut full length. The new full length will be titled Stratagem and will be released through Housecore Records on February 3rd. The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen below.
Metal Sucks have premiered the first taste of Stratagem, “Meridian”; a three minute barrage of vile, grind mayhem. Check it out now.
Pig Destroyer‘s previously limited two-track doom EP which was recorded during the final sessions of Phantom Limb, Mass & Volume, can now be streamed over at Revolver. The EP will officially be released next Tuesday, October 14th, via Relapse Records. Pre-orders for the effort can be placed here. Head over to Revolver to stream the EP now.
Pig Destroyer‘s forthcoming tour dates can be seen below.
Initially available as a limited digital download release fundraiser for the family of Relapse Records team member Pat Egan following his death in 2013, the two-track experimental doom Mass & Volume EP by innovative deathgrinders Pig Destroyer is now due for a one-time, never to be repressed CD/vinyl release according to news direct from the band and label this morning. Recorded in lieu of extra studio time during the band’s sessions on their 2007 LP Phantom Limb, Mass & Volume serves as a fine epilogue to the Bryan Harvey era of the band, marking his final contributions to the group since his tenure start on Pig Destroyer’s 1999 split with Gnob.
As if Pig Destroyer was heavy enough, the band have recruited their first bassist to give their ballistic music that extra crunch. Guitarist Scott Hall recently spoke with Terrorizer on the addition of bassist John Jarvis (cousin of drummer Adam Jarvis). Here are the highlights of the interview:
Adult Swim have premiered a new track from Pig Destroyer as a part of their annual Singles Programs. This year has featured the likes of Killer Mike and El-P, Marnie Stern and now Piggy-D. The new track is entitled “The Octagonal Stairway” and it rips pretty hard. It definitely feels like a Book Burner B-side. Head over to Adult Swim to check it out and download it.
Grindcore and baseball appear to go hand in hand. Who would have guessed? Riley Breckenridge of Thrice, Ian Miller and Jonathan Howell of Kowloon Walled City, and Mike Minnick of Curl UP & Die have announced their involvement in a new baseball themed grindcore project. The project has reportedly been dubbed Puig Destroyer after Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers and obviously good ol’ Pig Destroyer. Here is the official word from Riley himself:
On January 19th, Decibel Magazine gave away a special Pig Destroyer flexi-disc at their 100th issue show. The flexi-disc featured live renditions of the songs “Trojan Whore”, “Sheet-Metal Girl” and “The Bug”. The item is unfortunately unavailable for purchase but Decibel have uploaded the songs to their Soundcloud for free streaming. So feel free to have your face melted by super raw recordings right now!
Pinski Pavlov, who released that amazing The Secret video, have returned to our news section with yet another sweet unofficial music video. This time around, Pinski Pavlov have tackled the track “Eve” off of Pig Destroyer‘s latest album Book Burner. Continue reading →
It should be known by now that there are a few Pig Destroyer fanboys here at American Aftermath. We love the band and we will support and enjoy anything and everything they release. This is most definitely the case for the bands recently released EP Mass & Volume which has been released as a part of Patlapse (a compilation to raise money for the college fund of the recently deceased Pat Egan, Relapse’s director of retail sales and marketing.) and it’s incredible. Continue reading →