Tag: Pig Destroyer

The Black Map #121: Zebadiah Crowe from London!

The beginning of the summer saw us enter through the gates of madness with the filthy Blackened Thrash of Zebadiah Crowe and their new album “Host Rider” via Lore Breaker Records. They had to get a sharpie out and do a Wendy O of the Plasmadics or Butcher Babies style nipple tape cover up to be

NEWS: Pig Destroyer return bringing the Cavalera Cavalry!

You read that right. Pig Destroyer have announced a shinny new EP called “The Octagonal Stairway” will be dancing its way to you from Relapse Records on 28th August. Not only does it feature “A blistering dose of grindcore, harsh noise and industrial swagger… 6 crushing tracks from the legendary band” but also special appearance

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Helmet.

Formed in 1989, Alternative Metal act Helmet have had just one consistent member in 31 years, the almighty Page Hamilton. Immortalised by the Evergreen Terrace track “Chaney Can’t Quite Riff Like Page Hamilton” it was their second studio album in 1992 entitled “Meantime” which has become their most influential, largely in its wake. The album

Review: “God Of Dead Roots” by Sicarius

Formed in 2014 in Inland Empire California, Black Metallers Sicarius might not be a house hold name despite their 2017 critically acclaimed debut album “Serenade of Slitting Throats” being hailed by Decibel Magazine for “combining black metal with a violent immediacy and pairing it with a bloody, corpse painted aesthetic” but they could actually be considered a

Review: “Blessed With Less Than Nothing” EP by Dripback

Featuring ex and current members of Labrat, Ted Maul, River Freshney and Pure Negative, London quintet Dripback have a history of showing a complete disregard for what’s new or hot and instead taking their genes and influences to create a furious mix of elements of hardcore, death metal, punk and grindcore to make their own

Listmania: Metal Noise Top #5 Albums of 2018!

It’s Listmania season. That time around the Holidays when anyone and everyone is throwing out their Babies with their bathwater along with their top this and best of that. We’ll be honest. We aren’t fans of these epically long lists of albums or bands or whatever. Who hasn’t got some form of ADHD in 2018

Review: “Head Cage” by Pig Destroyer

The sixth album from grindcore legends Pig Destroyer dropped a short while ago and we’ve been having too much fun with it to out it down for a review. The Alexandria Virginia five piece have been around a long time and recorded this with influences of Slayer, Dark Angel, The Melvins and Brutal Truth. It’s

Playthrough: “Concrete Beast” by Pig Destroyer!

Relapse Records have released an official drum playthrough video for “Concrete Beast” by Pig Destroyer! The clip sees studio Drum Cam footage of sticksman Adam Jarvis smash one of the finer cuts from the bands September released album “Head Cage”. While we didn’t review it at the time, we can tell you it’s a banger