Sometimes my job takes me into the centre of Birmingham, and being starved of a decent place that sells punk & hardcore vinyl any closer to home I try and make the effort to go to a small outlet there that specialises in just that.
Its a great little store, but It can be hit & miss what's on the shelves. So I was pretty overjoyed when I got chatting to the owner and upon mentioning Pig Destroyer he pulls this bad boy out of the rack - their 2nd LP 'Terrifyer'.
Great, bold, striking red and black business.
The band, decomposing inside the gateold.
If you're unaware and want to know, Pig Destroyer is Scott 'Agoraphobic Nosebleed' Hull's other band. Not content with putting metal guitarists in their place with one extreme grind band, he has another just in case you forgot he's better than you.
Sides A & B are the Terrifyer album, but interestingly, sides D & C is 'Natasha', which is one long 40 minute experimental song, which veers between heavy sludge and weird ambient shenanigans. I had heard of Natasha but had no idea it was included in this vinyl package until I opened it up! Pretty cool.