Following their 2020 Grave of a Dog debut which happened to feature a certain Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota), Sightless Pit (duo Lee Buford of The Body and Dylan Walker from Full of Hell) return (sans Hayter) with sophomore release Lockstep Bloodwar (Thrill Jockey).
Yashira will release their sophomore album Fail To Be in a few weeks, on December 11th 2020 via Good Fight Music. The band just dropped a new single, “Shades erased”, featuring Dylan Walker (Full of Hell). The cover art for Fail To Be was done by Jesse Draxler (Daughters/Nine Inch Nails). Listen to the single “Shades Erased” here:
The Body and Full Of Hell are no strangers to collaborations or to each other, as both acts have teamed up in the past together and individually with some of the undergrounds best bands (Thou, Code Orange, Krieg etc). One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache (Neurot) was an assault on the senses, and you’d expect nothing less from both bands, but with Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light (Thrill Seeker) they look to push the boundaries of what qualifies as music even further.Continue reading →
Ever since the release of Great Is Our Sin last year, Revocation has been out bringing that crushing new material to audiences all over the world. The guys are currently tearing it up with Cattle Decapitation, Full Of Hell, and Artificial Brain here in the States, and I got to catch up with front man David Davidson at their recent stop here in New York City.Continue reading →
Full Of Hell are nothing if not busy. A plaethora of releases including this year’s Rudiments Of Mutilation (A389 Recordings) and a hellish tour schedule keep the band plowing full speed ahead. Vocalist Dylan Walker talks through a number of topics related to their craft with Ghost Cult’s Matt Hinch. Continue reading →