Full of Hell’s fourteen day tour in support of their new album, Rudiments of Mutilation, begins tonight at Even Flow in Bay Shore, New York with White Widows Pact. Check out the full two week trek below and get your grind on damn it!
Making lists always makes my head hurt and this year’s massive inventory of beautiful releases isn’t making that any easier. With my “to-check-out” list filled to the brim, I have to say that I took a bit more relaxed stance to music discovery this year and enjoyed select releases over extremely long durations of listen rather than hunt down and chronicle as many good albums as I could. The albums in the list below here are those releases. Give them a thorough listen before the end of the year if you can. Continue reading »
In addition to their currently ongoing Summer dates and plans for a Fall European tour, KEN Mode have announced an additional slew of tour dates to round up the close of the year, this time aiming for the Canadian provinces with direct support from Full of Hell. Peep the complete tour details above and stream the latest albums from both groups below.
Those grinders Full Of Hell are some nice boys. Not only have they released some of the most vicious, highly-anticipated and menacing grinding hardcore records of the last few years, but they have also launched themselves forward and have made their latest album Rudiments of Mutilation available for free download via A389′s Bandcamp page.
If you have yet to take in the mass intensity that is Full Of Hell or if you haven’t had the cash to grab a proper copy of Rudiments, now is your chance. Get on this shit, as it is a bad mother of a record. FYI, the album is available for free for this week only!! Continue reading »
How do you review noise? As an experimental realm of electronics, one that can and has relied on imagery for substance, and one that I believe is partially substantiated by one’s own individual projections and musicological mindset, it lacks the basic tenets of popular form. It lacks, at least in my limited time in the genre, the verses and choruses, solos, and differentiating riffs and melodies that exist in relativity and consensus with one another, that allow the peripheral assets and background necessary to critique and enjoy music of most other sort. Beyond the confines of the rasp and harsh electronic fuzz and distortion, narrative becomes preeminent, and within the direction of the Full Of Hell ethos, the band are able to achieve this in mounds. Continue reading »
In addition to their previously announced July dates with Loma Prieta, Full Of Hell have announced an additional slew of East Coast tour dates, on which they will be joined by either White Widows, Encrust, Frameworks or Noisem depending on the date of show. Peep the full tour circuit details and a stream of Full Of Hell’s latest full length effort, the vicious Rudiments Of Mutilation, below and be sure to look out for FOH Noise Volume 4, the fourth chapter of the group’s solely noise tapes, out soon sometime this week.
East Coast, prepare to have your socks rocked off because Loma Prieta is coming to town. The band have announced a hand full of East Coast U.S. tour dates with Fucking Invincible (Daughters, etc) with Full of Hell appearing on select dates. You would be crazy not to go to one of the following shows.
Full Of Hell have recently debuted the video for the song “The Lord Is My Light”, off of their recently released sophomore LP, Rudiments of Mutilation, out now on A389 Recordings. The corrosive experimental two-toned video comes directed by Lukas Hodge, who also directed the group’s previous video for the track “Fox Womb”, and depicts a hooded individual plastered with projections of slice of life moments whilst in the midst of a suicide attempt.
Stream the ghoulish video as well as Rudiments Of Mutilation in full below and be sure to catch Full of Hell on their remaining tour dates with Seven Sisters of Sleep as well as on their upcoming European trek with Circle Takes The Square and Code Orange Kids, details also below. Continue reading »
You may remember that the Utah hardcore outfit Gaza called it quits earlier this year. Well it looks the original band members, minus vocalist Jon Parkin, have started a new project. The trio of Casey Hansen (drums), Michael Mason (guitar) and Anthony Lucero (bass/vocals) have formed a new band under the name Cult Leader. No music has been made available for listening as of yet but the band will play their first show on June 13th at The Shred Shed in Salt Lake City, UT alongside Seven Sisters of Sleep, Full of Hell and Rile. If you live in that area, go to that show and tell me how it goes. More info on Cult Leader has it becomes available.
Full Of Hell’s long awaited sophomore LP has finally arrived. Presenting itself as a much more cohesive record, Rudiments Of Mutilation documents the continued organic evolution of the group as displayed in the vast experimental approaches of the various splits and noise projects since 2011′s Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home. The resulting effort preserves the integrity of the group’s signature base sound while mutating into its own demented avenues, cementing Full Of Hell as one of the most challenging and unique hardcore acts of today. Continue reading »
Tomorrow at 11 a.m. EST, Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP, Rudiments Of Mutilation, will be streaming in full exclusively over at Terrorizer. In addition, pre-orders for the record will be up at A389 Recordings’s webstore. Numb your mind at the multiple tour outings Full Of Hell have to offer with allies Gehenna, Integrity, Code Orange Kids and more, full details here.
In additional to their previously announced tour outings with Gehenna and Integrity, this upcoming Summer will see Full of Hell on tour throughout the U.S. with occult sludgers Seven Sisters Of Sleep and throughout Europe with screamo outfit Circle Takes The Square and fellow Philadelphian allies Code Orange Kids. A389 Recordings have also recently unveiled the release date of Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP, Rudiments of Mutilation, as June 11th. Check out every band’s upcoming and most recent releases and the full tour circuit below. Continue reading »
Full Of Hell have recently debuted a new track,”Coven Of The Larynx”, off of their upcoming sophomore LP, Rudiments of Mutilation(A389 Recordings). Holding true to their claim of delivering an album derived of an amalgamation of their past discography, “Coven Of The Larynx” melds in a caustic minute the groovy and epic hardcore assault of the group’s earlier offerings with the blistering grind of their latter work and features guest vocals from Heartless frontman Cory. Stream “Coven Of The Larynx” exclusively over at Vice’s musical arm, Noisey, here and be sure to check out Full Of Hell on their multiple tour outings, details below. Continue reading »
Full Of Hell’s long-awaited sophomore LP comes this upcoming May through A389 Recordings in the form of Rudiments Of Mutilation. Again recorded with Kevin Bernstein at Developing Nations, Rudiments Of Mutilation is to be the group’s most refined and varied effort to date, integrating more of a grindcore and experimental noise approach to their already variable sound. The four-piece audio terrorists are also set to tour from March throughout early June with dates with Homewrecker, Gehenna, and Integrity as well as appearances at Invisible Orange’s SXSW showcase, Maryland Deathfest and Chaos In Tejas. Peep the full tour schedule courtesy of Invisible Oranges as well as a full live set filmed by Sunny Singh(hate5six) and featuring two new songs(the first around the 6:00 minute mark and the second around the 16:00 minute mark) all below. Bland is the bastard. Continue reading »
Providence riff makers Howl will release their sophomore full length record on April 30th through Relapse Records in North America, the 26th in Germany and the 29th in the UK and Europe. The Christ “Zeuss” Harris produced record will be entitled Bloodlines and will be the band’s first release since 2010′s Full of Hell. Pre-order packages are currently being offered here. Below is how the track listing for Bloodlines will run.
2. Midnight Eyes
4. One Last Nail
5. Down So Low
6. Your Hell Begins
7. With A Blade
8. Of War
9. The Mouth Of Madness
10. Embrace Your Nerve
In support of the new album, Howl will be embarking on an extensive U.S. tour starting tomorrow in New London, Connecticut. Check out the full schedule below.