PIG DESTROYER: 'Piss Angel' Video To Premiere On 'Headbanger's Ball'

PIG DESTROYER's video for the song "Piss Angel" will premiere on this weekend's edition of "Headbangers Ball". "Headbanger's Ball" airs Saturdays from 10-12 p.m. EST on MTV2.

Taken from the band's critically acclaimed album "Prowler in the Yard", the "Piss Angel" video was directed by Kenneth Thibault and Nathaniel Baruch. The video revolves around a developing story line alternated with performance footage of PIG DESTOYER.

As previously reported, the band have completed work on their new album, entitled "Terrifyer". "Terrifyer" features 32 minutes of PIG DESTROYER's compelling mix of metal, grind, thrash and punk rock as well as the 37-minute audio DVD track "Natasha", mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound. A video for the album's roll out track, "Gravedancer" is expected to be filmed shortly. "Terrifyer" is slated for an October 12 U.S. release date and a October 25 European release date via Relapse. An advance look at the album's cover art can be found at this location.


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