Preview the punishing first sample from the project “Rubble Home” and get the details on the bands’ upcoming run with The Acacia Strain and Fit For An Autopsy.
Adventurous Maryland grindcore outfit Full of Hell are joining forces with misery driven Denver based trio Primitive Man for likely one of the most extreme collaborations this year. The duo will release their 5-song collaborative effort, Suffocating Hallucination, on March 3rd via Closed Casket Activities.
Full of Hell and Primitive Man are both known for being harsh, heavy and uncompromising, but diverge quite a bit stylistically. Primitive Man run in the vein of 90s noise-rock and sludged out doom metal, while Full of Hell existential dread and postmodern terror with their brand of grindcore.
Overall, the collaboration promises to be nothing short of savage and unique. The first track, “Rubble Home” has also been released today and gives you a taste of what you’re in for.
The two bands recorded Suffocating Hallucination in a room together, with Weekend Nachos’ Andy Nelson producing.
Full of Hell’s Dylan Walker shared, “It’s kind of like making a new hybrid band,” explains the vocalist. “It’s a really special marker of the friendship between us. We approach each collaboration differently, depending on the personalities in the room. With Primitive Man, we wrote everything in the studio. Each collaborative record is a cornerstone in our discography, as important as our own full-lengths.”
Pre-order Suffocating Hallucination from Closed Casket Activities HERE and see both bands on the road soon.
Fit For An Autopsy/The Acacia Strain/Full Of Hell/Primitive Man 2023 Tour:
February 24 Dallas, TX @ Amplified Live
March 8 Brooklyn, NY @ Monarch
March 9 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
March 10 Columbus, OH @ The King of Clubs
March 11 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
March 12 Chicago, IL @ Metro Chicago
March 14 Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre
March 15 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
March 17 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
March 18 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
March 19 Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
March 20 Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
March 21 Los Angeles, CA @ 1720™
March 22 Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater
March 25 Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live
March 26 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
March 28 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
March 29 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
March 30 Greensboro, NC @ Arizona Pete’s
April 1 Worcester, MA @ Palladium