Puig Destroyer Sliding Debut LP into Homes this September

Puig Destroyer Sliding Debut LP into Homes this September
Following a pair of independent EP releases, baseball-themed grinders Puig Destroyer have announced they'll knock a full-length out of the park this fall through new label home No Sleep Records.

The band's first proper LP is self-titled and arrives September 20, which just so happens to be the day that the MLB post-season starts up. The outing is said to feature 20 "bat-crackin' tracks" that once again explore life inside the baseball diamond via tracks like "No Hitter," "Call to the Bullpen," "Stealing Signs" and more. Additionally, "Underdog" is described as a bench-clearing, motivational ass-kicker.

Down below you'll find the album's "Mike Trout," a vicious salute the Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Mike Trout that mixes fastball blast beats with the back end's chaw-thick groove.

As previously reported, Puig Destroyer features members of Thrice and Curl Up and Die. The band name itself is a pun-laced portmanteau celebrating Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim slugger Yasiel Puig and grind outfit Pig Destroyer. Both their self-titled debut and follow-up effort Wait for Spring arrived in 2013.

Puig Destroyer:

1. Baseball: The Best

2. Umpshow

3. No One Cares About Your Fantasy Team

4. No Hitter

5. Flags Fly Forever

6. Three True Outcomes

7. Take Damage

8. Trumbomb

9. Top Prospect

10. Call To The Bullpen

11. Wild Horse

12. Attrition

13. The Road To Omaha

14. Underdog

15. Twin Killing

16. No Pepper

17. Tommy John

18. Stealing Signs

19. Batflip

20. Mike Trout