Pig Heaven was the second EP by White Zombie under their label Silent Explosion in 1986. Two different pressings of this album were created (the only differences between the two being the different guitarists and the altered cover art), both of which were limited to 500 copies each. It was at this time Peter Landau was replaced by Ivan de Prume (who would stay with the band until after the release of La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1) on drums and two separate guitarists on the two pressings: Tim Jeffs on the first and Tom Guay on the second.
Although only "Pig Heaven" and "Slaughter the Grey" were released, the band also recorded "Follow Wild", "Rain Insane", "Paradise Fireball", and "Red River Flow" in the same session. Most of these songs were recorded in about two hours.