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Album Review: Weeping Choir by Full of Hell

Hardcore act Full of Hell release their new album Weeping Choir on 17th May via Relapse Records. Recorded by the critically acclaimed Kurt Ballou at God City Studio, the album culls the extreme elements from hardcore, metal, and power electronics. Abrasive, confrontational and perhaps the most brutal album you’ve ever heard.

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. You can’t say much more than that, the brutality on show must be heard to be believed, you won’t have a clue what each song is about – the guttural vocals are as brash and deafening as the heaviest guitar riffs. What you will know is that they’re angry, very fucking angry.

That anger will seep into your subconscious and you’ll want to throw yourself around with reckless abandon. Fuck the world, fuck everything this is fucking hardcore.

You’ve never been as angry as Full of Hell, they’re here to teach you something, they harness all your dormant anger, distil it and make it explosive. If you want to dip in, listen to ‘Thundering Hammers’ or the incendiary ‘Armory of Obsidian Glass’. This is a step up from their debut and like this album this review is over in a flash!

AD Rating 7/10

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