Category: Classic Rock

  1. Shakalar Reply
    Oct 12,  · Terrifyer is the third studio album by American grindcore band Pig Destroyer. It was released in by Relapse Records. "Gravedancer" appeared on the Tony Hawk's American Wasteland soundtrack as /5(14).
  2. Akijind Reply
    Brandon Stosuy talks to Pig Destroyer's Scott Hull and J.R. Hayes about their band's fifth album, Book Burner, the possible crossover of grindcore, William Burroughs, Springsteen, Matthew Barney.
  3. Nikonos Reply
    Pig Destroyer: The Story Behind Terrifyer’s Disturbing Cover On the 15th anniversary of its release, we look at how PxDx created one of grindcore’s most unsettling album sleeves. WORDS: Chris.
  4. Nejin Reply
    Terrifyer [clear vinyl], an Album by Pig Destroyer. Released 12 October on Relapse (catalog no. RR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Grindcore.
  5. Fenrimuro Reply
    This thing is excessive. As in, excess is the whole point of it, and I love it for that. Pig Destroyer's Terrifyer blows all the barriers down and seeks to assault and batter all in its way. It's an experience of sensory overload, tortured agony, foaming insanity, teeth-clattering anxiety, barbarous rage, demented perversion, and acid-swilling surrealism all ramped up to such intense levels.
  6. Talrajas Reply
    Sep 20,  · Pig Destroyer's deranged, vicious attack envelops the listener in a cocoon of grisly nihilism. TERRIFYER features 32 minutes of Pig Destroyer's finest music to date as well as the 37 minute audio DVD track Natasha, mixed in glorious Surround Sound/5(56).
  7. Nikozilkree Reply
    Feb 12,  · Pig Destroyer are much more intellectual than most of the metal pack, but thankfully they are subtle about it, unlike many bands which go out of the way to show how technical, or cultured they are, pig destroyer creates a music which not only is specific to then, but crosses genres to thrash, grind, and punk listeners/5(56).
  8. Diramar Reply
    There is also an edition that comes with censored cover art. "Natasha" is a doom song in DVD audio format mixed in Surround Sound. The band says it is meant to be heard in this format.