Pig Destroyer Posts Japanese Video Tour Diary
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The reigning grindcore champions in Pig Destroyer are gearing up for the release of "Book Burner," the band's fifth-full length and first album in over five years, which was recorded at guitarist Scott Hull's Visceral Sound Studios.
Tonight Sirius / XM's Liquid Metal will be premiering another new track from "Book Burner." The song entitled "Baltimore Strangler" can be heard tonight at 10:00 PM EST and again at 2:00 AM EST. This is the second full length song that has been released from "Book Burner," the first "Burning Palm" was released as a lyric video, which can be viewed right here.
Pig Destroyer recently completed a tour of Japan and filmed an exclusive tour diary which can be seen here or in the player below, courtesy of Metal Injection.
"Book Burner" will see a October 22nd release via Relapse Records and features 19 tracks. The deluxe editions will each contain a bonus disc of punk covers and a short story, titled The Atheist, penned by frontman JR Hayes.
Disc 1: Book Burner
2. The American's Head
3. The Underground Man
5. The Diplomat
6. All Seeing Eye
7. Valley of the Geysers
8. Book Burner
10. Baltimore Strangler
11. White Lady
12. The Bug
13. Iron Drunk
14. Burning Palm
15. Dirty Knife
17. Kamikaze Heart
18. King of Clubs
19. Permanent Funeral
Disc 2: "Blind, Deaf, and Bleeding" (Deluxe Editions Only)
1. Depression (Black Flag)
2. Wolfs Blood (Misfits)
3. Lights Out (Angry Samoans)
4. Can't Tell No One (Negative Approach)
5. Deny Everything (Circle Jerks)
6. Betray (Minor Threat)
7. Who Are You? (Void)
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