Marred by a few nondescript lowlights, Weeping Choir otherwise contains some of Full of Hell's most distinct and exciting extreme genre fusions so far.
Full of Hell offers a fleeting thrill of sludgy grindcore on their latest album.
The Body and Full of Hell come together for one of the most hellish collaborative albums you're gonna hear this year.
Drone metal duo The Body and powerviolence quartet Full of Hell have joined forces for the collaborative album One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache. Hear the closer above and know that the project drops March 25 through Neurot Recordings.
Full of Hell collaborates with Japanese noise figurehead Merzbow on their latest album.
Powerviolence outfit Full of Hell has been making a name for themselves over the past few years with some pretty brutal full-length recordings, but their interests reach outside of the dismal worlds of sludge metal, grindcore, and hardcore punk. In a series of EPs I believe they've been dropping since 2011, the band actually indulges in some experiments in noise music--not to imply that their LPs aren't noisy hellstorms, though.
With a healthy interest in the abrasive, the band has invited none other than Merzbow to participate in their latest collection of songs, adding some head-splitting feedback shots and distortion walls to the band's already aggressive collection of blast beats and punishing guitars.
Give a listen to the track "Blue Litmus" above, which sounds like Full of Hell as usual, but with a bit more noise peppered in between the riffs.
What Full of Hell's new album doesn't have it length, it makes up for in compromise--or the lack of it, really. The band's abrasive combination of hardcore punk, sludge metal, and powerviolence is up to bat again on their second full-length, Rudiments of Mutilation, which is out now via A398 Recordings. Stream it via the widget above, and enjoy!