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New Song "Hostage Animal" Streaming From All Pigs Must Die

With the release of All Pigs Must Die's impending new album "Hostage Animal" nearing through Southern Lord late this month, Invisible Oranges is now hosting a premiere of the album's title track, alongside an exclusive playlist feature on some of the albums which helped influence the record. Check it out over at this location, or just check it out in the player at the bottom.

All Pigs Must Die comes crushing forth with the follow-up to 2013's lauded "Nothing Violates This Nature," with the by-the-throat rampage of "Hostage Animal," delivering ten new tracks which distill aggressive music to its purest tenets. The lineup has expanded to a quintet since prior records, with guitarist Brian Izzi (Trap Them) joining vocalist Kevin Baker (The Hope Conspiracy), drummer Ben Koller (Converge), bassist Matt Woods (Bloodhorse), and guitarist Adam Wentworth (Bloodhorse). Featuring some of the most well-seasoned musicians in the scene, "Hostage Animal" showcases the band's most dynamic songwriting thus far, while retaining every bit of contempt and aggression fans have learned to expect from All Pigs Must Die.

Check out the title track here:

All Pigs Must Die has confirmed several new performances coinciding with the release of "Hostage Animal," with shows in Brooklyn on October 19th, Boston on October 20th, and Providence on October 21st. Additional tour dates are to be expected in the months ahead.

Confirmed dates and venues are:

10/19/2017 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY
10/20/2017 Great Scott - Boston, MA
10/21/2017 AS220 - Providence, RI

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