Full of Hell’s GoFundMe Goal for Stolen Van Reach, Remaining Funds Go to Charity

In a good twist on a terrible story, Full of Hell’s GoFundMe for their stolen van with all of their gear, merch and most of their clothing has met its goal of $20,000 USD in just a few hours yesterday. But not only that, they surpassed the goal quickly and raised $37,092 dollars at the time they turned off the crowdfunding page, and are figuring out what charity to give the excess monies to. The band had been on tour for only a week opening for Cattle Decapitation, and they now are forced to drop off the tour. Below is a link to the list of their stolen gear. The list of musical instruments stolen includes 3 orange amps, 4 fender basses, and guitars, a custom-built aluminum neck guitar, 23 effects pedals, a full drum set and more. The band has been supporting their exceptional album from earlier this year, Weeping Choir, out now on Relapse Records. Please give what you can to support these guys. Please keep buying their albums, merch and supporting this band as much as you can. 

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Full of Hell’s Van Robbed, GoFundMe Launched

House of Blues, Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV 8/17/19

Bad news for the good folks in Full of Hell had their van was robbed last night with all of their gear, merch and most of their clothing. The band has been on tour for only a week opening for Cattle Decapitation, and they now are forced to drop off the tour. Below is a link to their gofundme and a list of their stolen gear. The list of musical instruments stolen includes 3 orange amps, 4 fender basses, and guitars, a custom-built aluminum neck guitar, 23 effects pedals, a full drum set and more. On a good note, as of press time, the band has raised $21,000 in the first few hours of the fundraiser. The band has been supporting their exceptional album from earlier this year, Weeping Choir, out now on Relapse Records. Please give what you can to support these guys. Thanks!

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Full of Hell – Weeping Choir

Before we proceed with this review of Weeping Choir (Relapse), the latest in a long series of attempts at deafness by Full of Hell, I’d like to make a statement: more saxophones in metal. Buried in the cacophony of notes that is the latter half of ‘Ygramul the Many’ is what I perceive to be sax fighting its way through the mix and I am all in for those wonderful sounds. Between Rivers of Nihil masterfully incorporating it into last year’s Where Owls Know My Name and now this, I need more sax in my life. Continue reading