Full of Hell
The embryonic beginnings of Full of Hell displayed their palette at its 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, hardcore and metal communities. Since the release of their Profound Lore Records debut album “Full Of Hell & Merzbow” late 2014, their third full-length album, 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 tour endlessly non-stop in different parts of the world in places as far off as Japan, Australia (twice), Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea etc.), along with several tour runs in Europe and many tour jaunts within the US, along with playing countless festivals and exclusive shows. The band would also add to their repertoire and discography as well during said timeframe releasing a direct collaboration album with The Body and several EPs, one of them being their most-recent split 7”EP with Nails (which debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 100 Singles Chart).
In 2017, Full of Hell have released their newest offering, the now critically acclaimed 3rd solo LP, Trumpeting Ecstasy. Record and engineered at Godcity by Kurt Ballou, the album displays a myriad of extreme sonic textures and a maturation in sound. With guests from Aaron Turner to Art-house pop artist Nicole Dollanganger, the album refuses pigeon hole itself, or as Free Williamsburg wrote, it “traps categorization like a doomed fly”.
“…proof that, as with any true lunatics, they’re capable of anything.” – Decibel Magazine
“…a dizzying rush of fury by musicians who’ve mastered the art of explosion, leaving you awestruck and aghast in its wake.” – Pitchfork
“Trumpeting Ecstasy is the culmination of Full of Hell really coming into their own, exuding the confidence that comes along with refining their stylistic approach and honing their sound into something that is completely theirs.” – Exclaim!