With a sonically massive rendering, 'Delusional Supremacy 2K' was previously found only on an obscure early-00's sampler, unavailable widespread until now. This blistering PxDx deep cut is finally given proper attention, and is unlocked within the "Painter of Dead Girls (Deluxe Edition)" digital pre-orders, as well as streaming as a standalone single via Spotify.
Finally available again on vinyl after over a decade of unavailability, the first half of this collection was initially tracked as an equipment burn-in test during the millineal year leading up to Pig Destroyer self-recording their seminal "Prowler In The Yard" full-length. The secondary bulk of the material initially yielded their most sonically powerful recordings at the time, put to tape in the late 1990's at Oblivion Studios (pg.99, Enemy Soil, etc).
Rounding out this expanded edition of "Painter of Dead Girls" is a raw mosh basement live recording of 'Rejection Fetish', along with a truly bludgeoning cover of Helmet's 'In The Meantime' complimenting the existing Dwarves and Stooges covers. With 19 blistering tracks in total all meticulously remastered by James Plotkin, this key piece of the Pig Destroyer catalog looks and sounds better than ever.
The original album art by Chris Taylor has been extended into a beautiful gatefold jacket with added metallic silver highlights. Newly created extra artwork adorns the interior, along with recently unearthed lyrics to all the PxDx songs found on "Painter of Dead Girls", printed in full for the first time ever. A double-sided photo collage innersleeve houses the vinyl, containing classic photos from the era surrounding these recordings. The digital download versions includes a PDF booklet of these elements.
The vinyl version includes a full digital download of the album, and Pig Destroyer's classic "Painter of Dead Girls" collection is finally done justice on this deluxe edition release.
In a feature last year, Vice called Pig Destroyer "one of the most influential American grindcore bands" and frontman J.R. Hayes a "lyrical genius". Commenting on the new reissue, Hayes states:
"...the crushing new mastering job by James Plotkin makes it sound better than ever... I think this might be some of our most vicious stuff. Long live Grind. And Virginia."
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