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Celebrating the 30th anniversary of their magnum opus, "Destroyer."

The Goatmen were an alternative rock band that formed in Easton, Pa., in 1987 and were active for nearly 10 years. Primary members John and Marty began as a duo and performed under various names before settling on The Goatmen. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, they appeared regularly at several popular alternative-rock clubs in New York City and Hoboken, N.J. The Goatmen's self-titled debut LP was released in 1989 by independent label Noiseville Records. In 1993, The Goatmen self-released their sophomore, cassette-only album, "Destroyer," which featured contributions from additional musicians and became a local cult favorite. The duo expanded to a quartet for a series of performances in support of "Destroyer." After their final performance in 1996, The Goatmen disbanded. In September 2022, John and Marty announced that a 30th anniversary digital remix of "Destroyer" was being prepared for release on major streaming music services, accompanied by exclusive merchandise.
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