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Released: 17.05.19






Picking up from where last year’s Trumpeting Ecstasy left off (right down to the ecclesiastically themed artwork), Full Of Hell mark their Relapse Records debut with arguably their most intense and determinedly extreme release to date. In a scant twenty-two minutes, they prove why they’re at the head of the modern grindcore pack in their willingness to push past the sub-genre’s strict confines.

While there’s more than enough blitzkrieg fast riff-fests to keep the old school happy as on Haunted Arches, Weeping Choir also folds in the kind of noise experimentation the band have previously explored in their collaborative work with The Body and Merzbow (plus a monolithic doom centrepiece with Armory of Obsidian Glass) in a more cohesive way than before.


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