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All Pigs Must Die: God Is War

Whether anti-authoritarian or bacon lovers (or haters, perhaps?), All Pigs Must Die are seriously pissed. If the band name isn't enough to give you an inkling of what these guys are all about, then the title will: God Is War. Still not sure? Read the track titles. This is pure fucking Armageddon and should come with a disclaimer. The weak-hearted, the pregnant, the aged, or anyone who's ever thought Lady Gaga a true talent of the 21st century should avoid this at all costs. Consisting of members of Converge, The Hope Conspiracy, and Bloodhorse, APMD are concentrated wrath. And so, armed to the teeth with peeve, the evil grooves flow and the dissident ditties pin the innocent to the wall. Borrowing freely from grind, black, and death metal, APMD's hardcore is about as hardcore as you can get. Excellently produced, with a massive guitar sound and drums to match and a voice that's been marinated in petroleum for a month and burnt to a cinder, God Is War is raw, breakdown-free, unrelenting aggression. A nasty band and an equally nasty record.

Track Listing:

  1. Death Dealer
  2. Pulverization
  3. Sacrosanct
  4. God Is War
  5. The Blessed Void
  6. Third World Genocide
  7. Extinction Is Ours
  8. Sadistic Vindicator

Added: August 16th 2011
Reviewer: Jason Guest
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 2080
Language: english

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All Pigs Must Die: God Is War
Posted by Pete Pardo, SoT Staff Writer on 2011-08-16 18:43:03
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All Pigs Must Die are somewhat of a hardcore/metal supergroup, with members coming from established acts such as Converge and The Hope Conspiracy, and their debut God is War is their massive sounding debut. There's nothing here you haven't head before, but these guys manage to channel their innermost feelings of anger & violence and have delivered a pretty potent extreme album here. At times there's an almost 'blackened death metal' feel, but for the most part it's a real crusty mix of hardcore, death metal, punk, and sludge, with pummeling guitar riffs, pounding rhythms, and roaring shouts, screams, and bellows.

At barely 30 minutes long, God is War arrives, knocks you senseless, and then disappears faster than you have time to towel yourself off. This sort of ferocity won't be for everyone, but if you like your 'core' full of evil entent and with non-stop aggression, you've come to the right place.

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