All Pigs Must Die – God Is War – Review

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Massachusetts’s All Pigs Must Die are back with their follow up to their self-titled with God is War. The chaotic medley of all things heavy blended into a Molotov ready to be thrown towards a church. The thick sound shakes you at the core and invokes a violent movement within your soul.

In only eight tracks All Pigs Must Die shred away all their critics with violent brooding melodies, from the start of Death Dealer they build the tension and release it in such an interesting way. If you dig metallic hardcore and a bit of crust, All Pigs Must Die should be on your radar already but if not God Is War just put them there. Each song contains a catchy riff and Ben Koller’s drumming is just perfectly fitting within each song.

This album is dark chaotic hardcore at its finest. Third World Genocide is by far my favorite track on the album. My two cents listen to that track if you aren’t feeling it, you won’t like what the rest of God is War has to offer. But if you do pick the album up and probably some plaster for the holes you will be putting in the drywall of your parents’ house. I realize this review is short and sweet but its rather self-explanatory, this album fucking rips. [James Terry]

Score: 4.5 (out of 5)

Release Date: August 16th, 2011
Record Label: Southern Lord Records
Genre: Hardcore / Metal

RIYL: Nails, Cursed, Rot In Hell

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

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