Grindcore assault team par excellence Pig Destroyer — which has expanded over the years from a power trio to a even more powerful quintet — are set to unleash their latest unholy psalm, titled Head Cage, on September 7th, a date that will only come slower now that we have our first real appetite-whetting taste of the album. "Army of Cops" is an unrelenting dick-punch of a lead single that, at over three minutes in length, is a relative epic for the band; it comes accompanied by a ferocious live music video that features Richard Johnson (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Drugs of Faith, Enemy Soil) and recalls Pantera's classic "I'm Broken" clip as well as Nail's "You Will Never Be One of Us" visual — the latter directed by Revolver's own Jimmy Hubbard. Watch it above; you can pre-order Head Cage via Relapse Records.
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