Full Of Hell & HEALTH Team Up For New Single “Full Of Health”

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 Premiere New Song “Language Of Molting Cherubs”

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.

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Right before the quarantine (not long after the robbery) @fullofhell made our way into the studio to record a few a things. This @adultswim single was one of them. Swipe to see my bandmates doing their thing: “Pushing forward into 2020, the band aligns with Adult Swim to present "Language of Molting Cherubs", the first recorded material since Weeping Choir and the final salvaged wreckage of the world in which Trumpeting Ecstasy/Weeping Choir reside. Blurring the line between grindcore, harsh noise and abrasively avante garde free jazz saxophone squelching, Language of Molting Cherubs is the final death gasp of a broken human being at the end of their rope, on the border between worlds.” [linkinbio]

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Todd Jones (Nails) Launches “Unsilent Death Podcast”

Nails frontman Todd Jones has launched a new podcast, which he is calling the “Unsilent Death Podcast.” The first three episodes, which feature Dylan Walker (Full Of Hell), Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy, END) and Arthur Rizk (Sumerlands), can be found HERE.

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Greg Puciato, Chelsea Wolfe, Etc. To Appear On Jesse Draxler’s New Compilation Album

Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Black Queen, etc.), Chelsea Wolfe, Dylan Walker (Full Of Hell), Planet B, Ghostemane, and more will be featured on visual artist Jesse Draxler’s new compilation album “Reigning Cement.” That effort was put together after Draxler challenged the various musicians “to create sound collages/songs using only 34 sonic assets [he] supplied.” The artists were also able to add vocals if they wanted to. The record will be released digitally and as a vinyl LP packaged with a 100-page printed zine. You can listen to Walker‘s track “Time reign cemenT“ below, courtesy of Revolver.

Full Of Hell Are In The Studio

Full Of Hell have been in the studio working on new material. According to the band, they are “recording for more than one release.”

Lingua Ignota, Full Of Hell, & The Body Members Join Forces In Sightless Pit

Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota), Dylan Walker (Full Of Hell), and Lee Buford (The Body) have launched a new project called Sightless Pit. The group’s debut album, “Grave Of A Dog,” will be released on February 21 and the first single, “Kingscorpse,” can be streamed below:

“Grave Of A Dog” Track Listing:

01 “Kingscorpse”
02 “Immersion Dispersal”
03 “The Ocean Of Mercy”
04 “Violent Rain”
05 “Drunk On Marrow”
06 “Miles Of Chain”
07 “Whom The Devil Long Sought To Strangle”
08 “Love Is Dead, All Love Is Dead”

Walker said the following about the new record:

“[It is] about the anonymity of struggle, the darkness of a lifetime wasted warring against nature, god and everything else, only to be defeated… nothing… the end.”

Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Full Of Hell Donate Extra Crowdfunding Money To Charity

Full Of Hell recently launched a GoFundMe campaign to get back on their feet after getting their van, gear, and more stolen in Atlanta, GA. Now, the band have revealed that the campaign was a success and that the extra money they received was donated to Rock To The Future.

Full Of Hell’s Van, Gear, Etc. Stolen In Atlanta, GA Area

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.

Orange:
Th100
Rockerverb 100 mk3
Ob-500 bass
Guitars:
Fender jazzmaster
Fender powercaster
Fender p-bass
Fender jag bass
Developing nations guitar #5
Pedals:
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
Pigtronix: ringmaster
Drums: 5 piece ddrum kit MAX kit
Tama imperial star
2x tama dynastic single
Pearl eliminator double pedal
Cymbals:
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”

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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, link in bio. Thank you. – Dylan

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Melvins, Cattle Decapitation, Ho99o9, Etc. To Open For Mr. Bungle At Upcoming Reunion Shows

Mr. Bungle have revealed that Melvins, Cattle Decapitation, Ho99o9, and more will be joining them on select dates of their February reunion tour. As previously reported, the shows will find Trevor Dunn, Mike Patton, and Trey Spruance performing “The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny” in full with special guests Scott Ian (Anthrax, The Damned Things, etc.) and Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Cross).

Tour Dates:

02/05 Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre (feat. Ho99o9 & Hirax)
02/06 Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre (feat. Cattle Decapitation & Neil Hamburger)
02/07 Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre (feat. Melvins & Cunts)
02/08 San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre (feat. Victims Family & Intestinal Disgorge)
02/10 New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel (feat. Full Of Hell & Spotlights)
02/11 New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel (feat. Antidote & Cleric)
02/13 San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theatre (feat. Possessed & Neil Hamburger)

Spruance commented:

“Putting these shows together it occurred to us that this was a great opportunity to expose unsuspecting audiences to some of the absolutely legendary thrash, death metal and hardcore bands that originally inspired us in the mid 80s.

And if we’re going to do that, why not re-unite with some of the equally legendary bands we were close with in the 90s? And why just concentrate on the past? Of the current bands that have taken some kind of inspiration from the heavier side of Mr. Bungle in doing their own thing, why not invite the select few that have managed to inspire us back?”