Full Of Hell have officially entered the studio to work on their new album. The band are tracking the effort at Machines With Magnets in Pawtucket, RI.
Nothing will be celebrating the release of their new album “The Great Dismal” (out October 30) with a livestream concert on October 29 at 06:00pm PDT / 09:00pm EDT. The virtual event will also feature Full Of Hell. Tickets can be found HERE with 20% of the proceeds set to go to the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund.
Full Of Hell and HEALTH have joined forces for a new collaborative track titled “Full Of Health.” The track is available in digital outlets now and it can also be pre-ordered on 7 inch vinyl. That pressing will also come with a b-side titled “Star Of Chaos.”
Full Of Hell have released a new song, titled “Language Of Molting Cherubs,” as part of the Adult Swim Singles series. You can check that out at adultswim.com.
Full Of Hell have premiered a new video for their song “Angels Gather Here.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Weeping Choir.”
Full Of Hell have been in the studio working on new material. According to the band, they are “recording for more than one release.”
While in the Atlanta, GA area, Full Of Hell got their van, gear, and more stolen. You can help them out by donating to their GoFundMe campaign.
Dylan Walker commented:
“Last night our entire van was stolen with all of our gear, merch and even most of our clothing. We’ve been touring for 10 years and have been lucky enough to have never been robbed before. There have been close calls but never anything like this. I feel completely crushed to lose all of the gear we spent years building and tinkering with along with our trustworthy van. I also feel completely ashamed to ask for anything from you guys but a friend has made us a gofundme to possibly help us rebuild.
Anyone that knows us know that we’ve been gunning at 100% since we started but right now we are feeling very defeated. We are going to be dropping the rest of the dates with Cattle Decapitation, which might be the most crushing thing of all, because we never cancel tours. I’m just at a loss for words right now. We are feeling very low. Check this out if you want to. Thank you.”
The band also shared a list of stolen items:
“If you’re near the Atlanta area and see a white ford e-350 with Maryland plates 7BX0275 let us know.
Rockerverb 100 mk3
Fender jag bass
Developing nations guitar #5
Earthquaker-aqueduct,dispatch master,erupter,bit commander,nightwire,arpanoid,Acapulco gold,transmisser,pyramids
Death by audio: total sonic annihilation,sound wave breakdown,deep animation.
Anbominable: weeping choir x3
Drums: 5 piece ddrum kit MAX kit
Tama imperial star
2x tama dynastic single
Pearl eliminator double pedal
2 zildjian A custom crashes
1 20” mega bell z custom ride
1 20” aax explosion crash
1 19” explosion crash
Sabian paragon hi-hats”
Full Of Hell have premiered a new song titled “Armory Of Obsidian Glass.” This track features Lingua Ignota and it will appear on the band’s new album “Weeping Choir,” which will be released on May 17. Ignota commented:
“‘Armory Of Obsidian Glass‘ rips, and is probably my favorite FOH track to date, so it was a great pleasure to work on it. I wanted my vocals to provide a counterpoint to all the savagery, to pick up on and accentuate harmonic things happening in the music in an unexpected way. I think the effect overall is chilling, wild, and I’m excited for people to hear it — many thanks to my friends for letting me contribute to this amazing song.”
Full Of Hell have premiered a new song titled “Silmaril.” This track is from the band’s new album “Weeping Choir,” which will be released on May 17. The group commented:
“‘Silmaril‘ is about the upheaval of forbidden knowledge. We enlisted Paulo Paguntalan [Copremesis, etc.], NYC’s own purveyor of gore and death for additional vocal duties on this song. ‘All goes onward and outward, all collapses’.”