FULL OF HELL share “Burning Myrrh” music video

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Extreme harsh-grinding quartet FULL OF HELL make their Relapse debut with their most explosive album to date, Weeping Choir, coming May 17th.

Dynamic, pissed, and wholly urgent, the highly anticipated Weeping Choir is a definitive statement of intent by one of the underground’s most dynamic and virulent entities.

Watch the official video for Weeping Choir’s opening track “Burning Myrrh”, directed by Cody Stauder, on YouTube HERE.

Weeping Choir is due out May 17th on CD/LP/CS/Digital. Physical packages are available for pre-order via Relapse.com HERE.

Digital Downloads / Streaming Services are available HERE.

FULL OF HELL will the headline the Weeping Caustic Torment North American tour with labelmates PRIMITIVE MAN & GENOCIDE PACT starting May 24 at Maryland Deathfest.

All confirmed tour dates are available below.

Following that tour, FULL OF HELL return to Europe for a co-headlining trek with The Body beginning July 4 at the legendary Roskilde Festival.

Full of Hell & The Body will perform a collaborative setlist on various dates throughout the tour.

More info about these tour can be found AT THIS LOCATION.

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Weeping Choir Tracklist:

Burning Myrrh

Haunted Arches

Thundering Hammers

Rainbow Coil

Aria of Jeweled Tears

Downward

Armory of Obsidian Glass

Silmaril

Angels Gather Here

Ygramul The Many

Cellar of Doors

FULL OF HELL Tour Dates:

Weeping Caustic Torment US Tour Dates:

May 24 Baltimore, MD @ Maryland Deathfest *

May 25 Columbus, OH @ Spacebar

May 26 Chicago, IL @ Reggies

May 27 Kansas City, KS @ Riot Room

May 28 Denver, CO @ Syntax Physic Opera

May 29 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

May 30 Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse

May 31 Oakland, CA @ Metro

Jun 01 Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram

Jun 02 San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick

Jun 03 Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red

Jun 04 Albuquerque, NM @ Sister

Jun 05 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St

Jun 06 Fort Worth, TX @ Ridglea

Jun 07 Austin, TX @ Austin Terror Fest

Jun 08 Little Rock, AR @ MOTM Fest

Jun 09 Nashville, TN @ The End

Jun 10 Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary

Jun 11 Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground

Jun 12 Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz

Jun 13 Boston, MA @ Middle East

Jun 14 New York, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar

* No Genocide Pact

— European Tour July 4-20, Select Dates w/ The Body —

Jul 04 Roskilde, DK @ Roskilde Festival + Jul 05 Kassel, DE @ Goldgrube

Jul 06 Leipzig, DE @ Conne Island

Jul 07 Warsaw, PL @ Poglos *

Jul 08 Prague, CZ @ Modra Vopice

Jul 09 Budapest, HU @ Durer Kert

Jul 10 Munich, DE @ Backstage

Jul 11 Paris, FR @ Gibus

Jul 12 London, UK @ The Dome + Jul 13 Dour, BE @ Dour Festival + Jul 15 Nijmegen, NL @ Valkhof Festival

Jul 16 Berlin, DE @ Zukunft am Ostkreuz

Jul 18 Helsinki, FI @ Kuudes Linja *

Jul 19 Tampere, FI @ Vastavirta-Klubi *

Jul 20 Lahti, FI @ Torvi

* * Full of Hell Only + Collaboration Setlist

Sep 06-08 Sao Paulo, BR @ Setembro Negro Festival

On Weeping Choir, FULL OF HELL have once again culled the extreme elements from hardcore, metal, and power electronics to redefine darkness and sheer brutality. Distorted guitars, and ominous, disparate electronics grind and gnash against rapid-fire drumming, as FULL OF HELL take themes of religion, loss, hatred, and set them ablaze.

Recorded by the critically acclaimed Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studio,

Weeping Choir sees FULL OF HELL fully unleashed. Abrasive, confrontational, none equal!

FULL OF HELL are featured as the cover artists for Decibel Magazine’s April 2019 issue. The band will release a limited Decibel Flexi exclusive track “Thundering Hammers”, remixed by JK Broadrick, in the near future.66109212-a11f-4fd1-916b-1e3a9bc3f8bb.png

FULL OF HELL is:

Dylan Walker

Spencer Hazard

Dave Bland

Sam DiGristine

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Thomas Nielsen
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When my old buddy Kenn Jensen asked me if I wanted to contribute to the new site he had created, then called powermetal.dk, I didn't hesitate. My love for metal music was and is great. I wrote my first review during the summer of 2004 (Moonspell's 'Antidote' album). In 2015, I took over the editor-in-chief role.

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