Aggressors Full of Hell Announce New Album, 'Coagulated Bliss'

Aggressors Full of Hell Announce New Album, 'Coagulated Bliss'

- By Ramon Gonzales

The mammoth sixth studio album is introduced with the volatile first single, "Doors to Mental Agony".

Having come away with a new sense of focus and a refined approach to their usually abrasive brand of artistic aggression, noise specialists Full of Hell took plenty away from their recent collaboration with heavy shoegaze outfit, Nothing. Releasing the joint EP, When No Birds San, last year, the band earned a new awareness as it pertains to songwriting.

Approaching some 15 years into their tenure, Full of Hell found themselves no less assaultive when it came to their compositions - only now, their brand of brutality seemed to discover a new focal point. While Full of Hell's sound has always translated as caustic - the band seemingly found themselves prioritizing their harsh DNA while honing in its execution. 

Such is the storyline of their sixth, forthcoming full length studio album, Coagulated Bliss. Working with Taylor Young of The Pit, the Maryland collective tapped into an ability to condense their massive wall of sound in way that doesn't compromise, but rather, curtails the focus. “I wanted to try to take every aspect of what we’ve done from previous releases and integrate it into this one,” explained guitarist Spencer Hazard. 

The introduction to the latest era of Full of Hell is presented in the inflammatory first single, "Doors to Mental Agony" - a caustic meld of grindcore and finds a balance of blast beats and distorted low end to create an entry as dismal as anything Full of Hell have ever crafted - only this time, with an emphasis in begin succinct. 

Full of Hell vocalists Dylan Walker detailed the dismal disposition that inspired the cut. "In this life there are many doors. Rural America exists in a vacuum with its own mundane horrors and dead ends. Every person you know will stumble through one of these doors at some point, falling into mistakes that can’t be undone. Look on reality and weep."

With Coagulated Bliss due out April 26th via Closed Casket Activties, Full of Hell will also be sharing selections from the new collection live in the coming weeks. The band is set to join Dying Fetus along with 200 Stab Wounds, Kruelty and Psycho-Frame for a spring North American tour starting next month. The run will be punctuated with a set at Sound and Fury in Los Angeles in July.

A complete list of confirmed dates and cities can be found below. 

Coagulated Bliss drops April 26th. Order the album - HERE



April 25  Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore ^
April 26  Sayerville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom ^
April 27  Syracuse, NY @ The Song & Dance ^
April 28  Albany, NY @ Empire Live ^
April 30  Quebec City, QV @ Theatre Capitole ^
May 1  Montreal, QC @ Beanfield Theatre ^
May 2  Ottawa, ON @ The Brass Monkey ^
May 3  London, ON @ London Music Hall ^
May 4  Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre ^
May 5  Buffalo, NY @ Electric City ^
May 7  Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot Ballroom ^
May 8  Columbus, OH @ The King of Clubs ^
May 9  Joliet, IL @ The Forge ^
May 10  Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave ^
May 12  Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre ^
May 13  Saskatoon, SK @ Louis ^
May 14  Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room ^
May 15  Calgary, AB @ The Palace Theatre ^
May 17  Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre ^
May 18  Seattle, WA @ El Corazon ^
May 19  Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater ^

July 13 + 14  Los Angeles, CA @ Exposition Park (Sound & Fury)

^ w/ Dying Fetus

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