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"book burner" Pig Destroyer was formed by guitarist Scott Hull aside from his other major grindcore band Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Well now here's a pleasantly named band. Pig Destroyer is a grindcore band out of Virginia. In they released an album titled Book Burner. The undisputed kings of grind, Pig Destroyer return with their long awaited new full length Book Burner. Book Burner is a resounding statement.

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While the song should be 2, this might've been the one song that made me look at the track list out of joy rather than malice.

Is it unfair to compare this to Prowler in the Yard, or anything else for that matter? I don't think so, but if I did, the overwhelming lack of character here makes it feel like a different band, a band I wouldn't give two shits about.

So while people, press releases, reviewers and media outlets will continue to call Hull a guitar genius, Hayes " the poet laureate of extreme metal," Harrison a master of atmosphere and Jarvis "the pinnacle of inhuman drumming" Pig Destroyer have effectively created one of the most memorably mediocre albums in extreme metal.

To quote another band that went down the drain, "don't believe the hype. Pig Destroyer's never been good at covering songs.

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Their "Burning of Sodom" cover might be okay, but as for their treatment of the Dwarves, the Melivins, The Stooges, Carcass, and whatever else has always been pretty lackluster. But to take rough cut punk classics like Black Flag's "Depression" and play with that fucking sterile robot Jarvis is a complete mockery. The guitars lack any kind of punch and the band rides Hayes's vocals as he does a surprisingly great job ripping things up especially on that "Wolf's Blood" cover.

This is real bad shit here and it'd do your mind best to avoid it or else some of your favorite punk classics might leave a bad taste in your mouth the next time you hear them.

When listening to grind you can sometimes find yourself lost in what the fuck is actually happening. Not in this album. Again, the songwriting is not. This is fucking grindcore. Songs range from half a minute to a whopping 4 minutes which takes us back to the writing style of 38 Counts of the quick no-nonsense tunes.

As soon as you start headbanging to a killer riff, it's over. But what is grind if not a tease. And I wouldn't prefer it any other way. Hayes' vocals aren't screeching high, nor growling low. What makes it grind is the ferocity in his delivery. Hayes once completed a gig without the use of a mic, which stopped working halfway through the set.

Pig Destroyer – Head Cage Review

Hayes' lyrical style this time is somewhat different than previous efforts. Less abstract and more to the point. Hayes is a lyrical genius and it's always a treat to see what grey-matter ramblings ooze from his pen. Baltimore Strangler is a good example of his storytelling poetry. Blake Harrison joined the band in on electronics.

I don't really notice it throughout the album other than the obvious samples. I suppose he's there though.

Until I heard it, the band was synonymous with the Phantom Limb sound. Now they do, because Book Burner, while still a great album, is a step away from Phantom Limb. Its predecessor felt Lovecraftian in its looming malevolence.

Book Burner, by contrast, is as human as Pig Destroyer have ever been. The spaces between his notes are audible.

You can imagine his fat monkey fist sliding up and down the neck of his guitar. Photo by Josh Sisk Book Burner is all fastballs, straight down the middle. Hull and company have stripped themselves down. Among the discarded clothes: the brief snatches of melody and interesting guitar trills that peppered Phantom Limb.