Full Of Hell Stream New Song

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Posted: 04/04/2017 | Views: 7,366

Experimental death-noise band FULL OF HELL have premiered another new track off of their forthcoming LP Trumpeting Ecstasy. Today, you can stream the song “Crawling Back to God” which features guest vocals from Aaron Turner, along with a new interview with Full Of Hell, via CLRVYNT.

Trumpeting Ecstasy is Full of Hell’s most punishing, virulent, and dynamic album in their 8-year long career. Recorded at God City Studios with Kurt Ballou at the production helm, the album is sonically cataclysmic. In addition to a guest appearance from Turner, the record also sees contributions from Nate Newton (Converge/Old Man Gloom), Andrew Nolan (Column Of Heaven/The Endless Blockade), and Canadian singer/songwriter Nicole Dollanganger.

Full Of Hell have had quite the journey leading up to the release of this this third full-length album; the band’s embryonic beginnings displayed their palette at it’s most primitive, d-beat and blast ridden hardcore punk with spats of noise and caustic rhythm, and within a few short years, they have bloomed into a true force to be reckoned with within the punk and metal communities. Since the release of their Profound Lore Records debut album Full Of Hell & Merzbow in late 2014, the band began to truly come into their own, combining elements of grindcore, death/black metal, punk and hardcore with a smattering of sonically laden power electronics and industrial pounding. It would also signal the band being at their most active and prolific ever since their inception in 2009. The band would also add to their repertoire and discography with a direct collaboration album with The Body and several EP’s, one of them being their most-recent split 7”EP with NAILS (which debuted #2 on the Billboard Top 100 Singles Chart).

Trumpeting Ecstasy is available for pre-order. More news coming soon.

Trumpeting Ecstasy, Track Listing:
1. Deluminate
2. Branches of Yew
3. Bound Sphinx
4. The Cosmic Vein
5. Digital Prison
6. Crawling Back to God
7. Fractured Quartz
8. Gnawed Flesh
9. Ashen Mesh
10. Trumpeting Ecstasy
11. At the Cauldron’s Bottom

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