Book Burner is the fifth studio album by American grindcore band Pig Destroyer. It was released on October 22, 2012, through Relapse Records. Hayes entitled "The Atheist" and an EP of hardcore punk covers. Hayes stated that the band's only goal for Book Burner was "fast/brutal" and expressed happiness over the abundance of songs on the album with shorter lengths.
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Pig Destroyer : Book Burner,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 15/20 This album destroys. Pig Destroyer’s legendary Phantom Limb was the album that introduced me to grindcore.
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Pig Destroyer's fifth studio album, 'Book Burner,' continues to deliver the calculated punishment of the band's previous albums, leaving fans as battered, yet willing victims. With each Pig Destroyer album's release, the production standards have been noticeably different from record to record, with each consecutive piece becoming more pristine and demented at the same time. Book Burner' does the exact opposite.
Well folks, Book Burner is upon us and Pig Destroyer most definitely haven’t lost it. Instead, they have crafted an album that’s a much more logical progression from Terrifyer and more than satiates my craving for the band’s punk-damaged, riff-gasm inducing grindcore. The thing that makes Pig Destroyer a truly uh, terrifying band to behold is the way they effortlessly mix the cerebral with the savage
Book Burner is Pig Destroyer’s fifth studio album, released on October 22, 2012, by Relapse Records, and is the first to feature drummer Adam Jarvis of Misery Index. In an interview with Pitchfork, Hayes described the relationship between the album and the short story: It doesn’t tie into the record too closely, but there are a couple peripheral tie-ins– the phrase book burner appears in both.
Pig Destroyer has always seemed to struggle with production values. Terrifyer found itself under produced and Phantom Limb found itself over produced. Fortunately for both of those albums, the music was of such high quality that it was easy to ignore the production flaws. Book Burner finds itself in a difficult situation. Featuring 19 songs clocking in at 31 minutes, Book Burner might give the impression of flying by. The first half of the album however just drags by at a dull pace. Oddly enough, the first 9 tracks will pass by in 11 minutes but feel like a lifetime. Baltimore Strangler is the beginning of this half, as well as being one of the second longest and strongest tracks.