Full of Hell - Trumpeting Ecstasy Digi-CD
Ships from the 5-5-2017
Comes in single LP jacket with a fold out insert and a download card. To be played at 45rpm.
Track Listing: 1. Deluminate, 2. Branches Of Yew, 3. Bound Sphinx, 4. The Cosmic Vein, 5. Digital Prison, 6. Crawling Back To God, 7. Fractured Quartz, 8. Gnawed Flesh, 9. Ashen Mesh, 10. Trumpeting Ecstasy, 11. At The Cauldron’s Bottom
Unsuspecting listeners beware! For once again, Full of Hell have returned with yet another record you best be bracing yourselves for. To put things simply, Full of Hell deliver the nastiest blend of all things dark, violent and punishing. Take some grindcore, death metal, noise music and pretty much any of your neighbours’ least favorite music genres, funnel it down to a concentrate and you basically get the kind of sound to expect from this group.
Following up on the merciless onslaught that was Full of Hell & Merzbow (their last solo record), Trumpeting Ecstasy sees the band continuing on their journey to the stylistic thresholds of extremity. What we get here is a slightly cleaner and precise sound and an overall more nuanced record from the band, albeit only by a slight margin. Production is handled by Kurt Ballou, who does a great job in giving the album a punishing sound all the while retaining a sufficient amount of comprehensiveness.
With one outburst after the next of lightning-speed drumming and hellish shrieks and growls, Trumpeting Ecstasy leaves little breathing space between its pummelling sonic discharges. The band sprinkles in a few grooves and riffs borrowing from black metal and deathgrind namely, effectively breaking away from pure grindcore and adding some diversity to the short tracks.