Entries tagged with: Full of Hell
by Ian Chainey
Noisem at Maryland Deathfest 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Noisem, Baltimore's death/thrash steamroller, is wasting no time hitting the streets again. After supporting Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, and Gorguts on the North American Decibel Magazine Tour, Noisem will now slide into the headliners seat for a nine date roadtrip of the East Coast. Joining them is Jarhead Fertilizer, a dystopic powerviolence pain-maker including members of Full of Hell. The tour blows into NYC on May 13 at The Acheron with Skullshitter in tow. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
Previously known as Necropsy, Noisem took on their new moniker in 2013, releasing a 25 minute core-powered assault titled Agony Defiled on A389 Records that same year. Their style is a synthesis of the crossover of yore, rekindling the spark of the nimble Wehrmacht while grinding away any fat that might slow them down. Recently, the group participated in the Decibel flexi series ("Defiled") and shacked up on a split 7" of covers with Occultist. Their choice of odes? A pitch-perfect blast through grindfather Repulsion's "Slaughter of the Innocent."
All dates are listed, along with streams of Agony Defiled and "Slaughter of the Innocent," below...
This Is Hardcore returns to Philly's Electric Factory from July 24-27 and as usual it's got a great lineup spanning generations of hardcore including Converge, Title Fight, Madball, Blacklisted, Bl'ast, Code Orange Kids, Nails, Noisem, Power Trip, Incendiary, Full of Hell, Crowbar, Coke Bust, Ringworm and many more. Tickets for the festival go on sale April 12 via the festival's website.
Full lineup, with a playlist of all bands playing and the announcement video, below...
by Doug Moore
Full of Hell crushing hippies at Chaos in Tejas 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
PA noise grinders Full of Hell have been quite active lately -- they just finished up a tour with BK locals Mutilation Rites last week, and they've got another NYC show lined up on April 5 at Saint Vitus with the legendary west coast powerviolence act Despise You (tickets).
The band have just announced another week-and-change North American tour for later in the spring, this time with the great hardcore/grind act Column of Heaven and the brutal noise unit Nyodene D. The tour will hit NYC at Silent Barn on 4/27, with additional local support courtesy of The Communion and Skullshitter. No presale, but unlike Full of Hell's Vitus show, this one is all-ages.
Listen to some of Full of Hell, Column of Heaven and Nyodene D's music while checking out Full of Hell's full set of upcoming dates below...
Tickets for the Kanye West shows at Prudential Center, Mohegan Sun, Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall, and Nassau Coliseum go on AmEx/VIP package presale today at 10 AM. (The Atlantic City show actually says AmEx presale starts Friday at 10 AM, but that's also the general on-sale start time.)
4AD-signed art pop artist Lo-Fang has been added as an opener to the three sold-out Lorde shows at Roseland Ballroom, and he'll also play his own NYC show on January 22 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
oOoOO is playing Glasslands on February 20. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Nomad, who were just announced for New York's Alright 2014, are also playing local shows on 2/21 at Acheron with Sad Boys, EEL, Mueco and Scab Eaters; and 3/8 at Acheron with System Fucker and Aspects of War. Tickets for both of those shows are on sale now.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
by Doug Moore
Full of Hell at Saint Vitus, 2013(more by Fred Pessaro)
Maryland/Pennsylvania-based feedback blasters Full of Hell have announced a two-week North American tour with NYC live mainstays Mutilation Rites. The tour kicks off on Valentine's Day (roughly a month after Full of Hell play the IO-copresented A389 Tenth Anniversary fest) and wraps up with a Brooklyn date at the Acheron on 2/28. No tix for sale yet, but keep an eye out. Immediately after the tour ends, Mutilation Rites will head into the studio to record their next LP.
A few months later, Full of Hell will return to Brooklyn to play a one-off show with powerviolence legends Despise You at Saint Vitus on April 5. Draize, Chainsaw to the Face, and Mother Brain are also on the bill. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Check out some live footage from Full of Hell's last NYC stop and the full run of dates below...
by Doug Moore
Ilsa at the Acheron, 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
We announced back in September that Invisible Oranges would be sponsoring the A389 10th Anniversary Bash down in Baltimore on January 17 & 18, featuring Infest, Haymaker, All Out War, Bloodlet, and Systems Overload-era Integrity, among others.
The initial lineup consisted of two shows at the Baltimore Soundstage. Since then, two side shows have been added to the festivities:
On Thursday, January 16, Ringworm will top a bill at Sidebar Tavern, along with Frightened Teeth, Pharaoh, Occultist, & Ampallang Infection.You can buy whole-fest passes here; individual Baltimore Soundstage tix and Sidebar show tix are also on sale.
On Saturday, January 18, there will be a matinee show at Sidebar, featuring Ilsa, Like Rats, Sick/Tired, and Sokushinbutsu.
The whole lineup is below; you can stream a playlist of every band playing the fest (a perfect soundtrack for headwalking your way out of the office and into the weekend) below as well...
by Doug Moore
Over at Invisible Oranges, we just announced our sponsorship of A389 Recordings' 10th Anniversary Bash, a two-day metal/punk meltdown that will take place at Maryland's Baltimore Soundstage on January 17 and 18, 2014.
Tickets for the festival will go on sale Friday (9/27) at noon on Baltimore Soundstage's Ticketfly site. A389 will also be offering 100 early-bird passes starting at midnight tonight (9/26) on their own site.
Check out the full lineup and stream some Bloodlet (a personal favorite who will be reuniting for the fest) below...
Integrity at MDF 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Last week's surprising pay-what-you-want announcement for Full of Hell's mammoth Rudiments of Mutilation was a welcome surprise, but may be the start of a (very welcome) trend. A389 Records is NOW offering Integrity's brand new LP, Suicide Black Snake, for the same fan-friendly price at Bandcamp. While you're at it, catch up on the bulk of the Integrity catalog for free too via frontman Dwid Hellion. Purchase your physical copy of the LP at the merch table if you're in the EU, or via A389 Records. Tour dates are listed below.
In the meantime, A389 is gearing up for "Summer Extinction" in Baltimore, MD on August 16. Featuring a headlining appearance from Ringworm, look for Municipal Waste, Noisem, Power Trip, Full of Hell and Impalers (part of their tour with Vaaska) to all join in on the mayhem. Flyer for the show is below.
Full of Hell at Saint Vitus (more by Fred Pessaro)
Full of Hell's Rudiments of Mutilation is clearly moving. After selling out on preorders shortly after announcement, the first pressing sold through soon thereafter, and now the record is into its second pressing. The digital version has always been on sale at regular price though -- that is until this week. Full of Hell have now released their new LP for pay-what-you-want via Bandcamp for this week only (stream it below). A389 Records have the physical version, which is also disappearing rapidly.
Full of Hell is a touring machine, and will be on the road with Loma Prieta/Fucking Invincible in the coming days before heading across the pond for dates with Circle Takes the Square/Code Orange Kids. No shows in NYC but they do play Hartford,CT at Webster Underground on September 6. Dates are listed, along with the album stream, below.
by Fred Pessaro
Trap Them @ Saint Vitus, 6/22/2013
It has been some time since we last saw hardcore/Swedish Death Metal favorites Trap Them pass through NYC, and we're quite lucky to even get a show out of them considering only two were scheduled for the East Coast. That's probably why Saint Vitus on June 22 was a sold-out affair, or it could have been their pairing with the Invisible Oranges-sponsored Full of Hell / Seven Sisters of Sleep tour that crossed into town that same night. Regardless, the show also featured appearances from grindcore quartet Psychic Limb and South Carolinian screamo crew Apart, making for a pretty killer bill (if we do say so ourselves), and pictures from a packed-out Saint Vitus are below.
Check even more photos from the show and video over at at Invisible Oranges.
Full of Hell at Chaos in Tejas 2013 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Full of Hell have a new video for "The Lord is My Light," a track which is from their latest long-player, Rudiments, of Mutilation. Filmed and directed by BV contributor Lukas Hodge, you can check out all of the new video below. Nice job, Lukas!
As mentioned, Full of Hell are on tour as part of an IO-sponsored set of dates with Seven Sisters of Sleep. The tour intersects with Trap Them at Saint Vitus on June 22 with special guests Psychic Limb and Apart. Tickets are still available.
Updated dates are listed, along with the full album stream and that video, below.
Infest @ 1100 Warehouse (more by Fred Pessaro)
Destruction Unit at Cheer Up Charlies (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Kromosom on the Lamar Bridge (more by Fred Pessaro)
Chaos in Tejas 2013 has come to a close, taking over Austin for four days across multiple venues and featuring bands as varied as Andy Stott, Kromosom and Framtid. If you missed it, live through the experience in pictures by checking out photos of The Damned and The Marked Men at 1100 Warehouse and The UV Race at Red 7 on 5/30; DIIV, Deep Time, Survive and more at Mohawk; Bolt Thrower , Full of Hell, Iron Lung and more on 5/31.
Wait, there's more: check out pics of The Men, Merchandise, Total Control and more at Cheer Up Charlie's; Framtid, Crudos, Criminal Damage, Akitsa and more on 6/1; and Infest, Manilla Road, Mind Eraser, Rival Mob and more Day 4 (6/2) coverage.
Trap Them at Power of the Riff 2011 (more by Taylor Keahey)
It has been a bit since we saw Trap Them on the East Coast, but there is no time like the present. Thankfully, after an appearance at New England Metal & Hardcore Fest this weekend, Trap Them will return to the East Coast to play a couple of dates, as reported on Invisible Oranges. The shows include a stop at Saint Vitus on June 22 with Full of Hell and Seven Sisters of Sleep (part of their IO-sponsored tour), and with Psychic Limb as support. Tickets are on sale. Trap Them also play June 23 at Great Scott in Allston, MA.
The SSoS/FoH show is part of a larger tour for the pair, the dates of which are listed, alongside a full album stream of Full of Hell's Rudiments of Mutilation, below.
KEN Mode at Saint Vitus in NYC earlier this month (more by Caroline Harrison)
Bad news: Pinkish Black has been forced to cancel tonight's appearance (March 16) at the BV / Invisible Oranges showcase at The North Door. A bummer for sure but valiant Canadian metallic-noise-rock crew KEN Mode (who played our SXSW day party on Friday) have stepped in in their stead, and a hearty thanks goes out to the trio for filling in at the last minute!
Here's tonight's full, updated line-up:
7PM doors openSee you there!
9PM KEN Mode
10PM Full of Hell
11PM Mutilation Rites
12PM John Baizley
by Bill Pearis, Fred Pessaro and Andrew Sacher
Savages @ CMJ 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
SXSW gets underway today (3/13) in earnest, with 83,207 bands* playing SXSW this year. Trying to figure out who to see can be an overwhelming feeling. (Actually, just standing on 6th St. on Friday night is an overwhelming feeling.) Hopefully this post will give you some inspiration if you're among the throngs of people. Or maybe just some new stuff to listen to if you're not there.
Of course you could just hang out at all our day parties (our first starts at noon today!) and evening showcases, as we're really proud of our line-ups. But there are bands who we are pumped to see who aren't playing too. So here are 40 bands we're genuinely pumped to see in Austin this week. We made a Spotify playlist of all the bands (at least the ones on the service) you can stream below.
Check out our list below...
*not the actually number of showcasing bands. But it feels accurate.
Pallbearer at Knitting Factory, Sept 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Invisible Oranges and BrooklynVegan are proud to announce an official SXSW showcase! The show will be the first ever Invisible Oranges showcase and looks like this
Saturday, March 16th at North Door in Austin:The show, which features everything from black metal to grind to doom to dark post-punk, will go down on Saturday, March 16th at North Door (formerly ND Studios, 501 Brushy, Austin, TX) Doors open at 7PM. Get there early to join in on the festivities, but if you cant make it we will be streaming the show in its entirety LIVE from the venue. Details on that are forthcoming, but you officially have no excuse to miss out!
John Baizley (Baroness)
Full of Hell
The official showcase is one of TWO BrooklynVegan Official nighttime SXSW showcases in 2013. The other is one night earlier, and not metal. The show is also one of TWO Invisible Oranges related events going down during SXSW. The second IO event will be a day party on March 15th as part of our residency at the old Emo's location. Details on that party are on the way, but save the date! You won't want to miss it.
Check out video of the bands playing the inaugural IO/BV showcase below!
Old Wounds at Acheron, Nov 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
After impressive showings at one of the final Precious Metal events and supporting Gaza at Acheron, New Jersey post-hardcore band Old Wounds are final ready to unveil their new baby. Enter From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest which hits via Glory Kid Ltd today (2/26). Stream the LP in full for the first time, below.
In celebration of the new effort, look for Old Woulds to head out for a full US tour, linking up with Full of Hell and Homewrecker for a set of dates along the way. All tour dates are listed below.
The Damned at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Chaos in Tejas has announced yet another round of bands, including The Damned, Gehenna (who play next weekend in NYC with Catharsis), Tragedy, Rotten Sound, Rival Mob, New Zealand's The Bats, Andy Stott, Power Trip, Hoax (who play NYC this weekend), Iceage (who have a new song/tour coming), Anhedonist, Akitsa, Parquet Courts and many more. Full list of names are below, which join the previously announced names like Bolt Thrower, Infest, Abigail, Integrity, Iron Lung (who play DBA soon), Final Conflict, Manilla Road, Merchandise, Milk Music, Total Control, and many many more.
The announcement comes on the same day that passes for the Austin festival, which happens May 30 - June 2, go on sale. Passes are on sale.
Code Orange Kids at Acheron, Nov 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
We have been robbed of over 10,000 dollars worth of stuff in New Orleans including all our cash, computers and bags. Not sure what we are gonna do from here but thought id let everyone know. Will post descriptions for help soon... if you feel like helping you can donate to our paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org. if not thats cool too. we aren't going home obviously so see you at these next few weeks of shows. - [Code Orange Kids]Code Orange Kids are a young and hardworking band with a future, so lets hope they bounce back quickly. Regardless, help them out if you can. The band are currently on the road with Full of Hell and Gaza.
Gaza / Full of Hell @ Acheron, 11/24/2012
Eager to shake off the post-tryptophan Thanksgiving blues, folks came out in droves to Acheron on Saturday (11/24) to catch the Gaza / Code Orange Kids / Full of Hell trek that also featured an appearance from locals Old Wounds. Pictures and video from the chaotic Brooklyn show is below.
The trek rolls onward, heading south and west and eventually ending in Gaza's stomping grounds of Salt Lake City. Check out remaining tour dates below.
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
In the wake of the sell-out of A389 2013 in Baltimore, the label has expanded the two-day fest into a full extended weekend! A389 Anniversary will kickoff with a pre-fest show at Ottobar on 1/17/13 featuring Integrity, Withdrawal, Vilipend and Dead Gods , then come to a close with a Sunday matinee on 1/20/13 at Charm City Art Space with Left for Dead, Iron Reagan, God's America and Eddie Brock.
In addition to the previously discussed Friday/Saturday shows at Ottobar, Saturday (1/19) will now feature a matinee at Sidebar with Despise You, Gehenna, Dead in The Dirt, Ancient Shores and WarXGames AND an afterparty with Nothing (who recently toured). None of the newly announced shows will have advanced ticketing; you can only buy them at the door. Full show details are below.
Catharsis has only one show during A389 festival, so what does that mean? Could a tour be in the works?
In other A389 news, the label will release Devoid of Everything, which collects Left for Dead's entire 1996-97 studio output remixed from the original 1/4" multi-track reels. Check out the art above and you can stream a track below. Left for Dead members went on to play in bands like Cursed, Haymaker, Pick Your Side, Burning Love, and many many more. This rare one-time reunion (I was assured!) is not to be missed. Check out some thoughts on the reunion via Chris Colohan here.
If you're wondering who Iron Reagan is, the band is prepping to release their 20-track debut Worse Than Dead via A389 in 2013. The band features half of Municipal Waste and members of Darkest Hour and you can stream their demo below alongside details of the A389 festivities.
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Gaza at Saint Vitus, June 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Thanksgiving will be here soon, but don't forget some of the great shows that will go on during the days that follow the holiday! A few unmissable ones include Gaza, Code Orange Kids, Full of Hell, and Old Wounds at Acheron on 11/24 (tickets) and the Festival of the Unknown at Public Assembly. Though the lineup of the latter has yet to be revealed, I have on good authority that it will be well worth attending. Tickets are on sale.
Converge, who recently played Highline Ballroom (review), will headline the Decibel 100th issue Anniversary show in Philadelphia at Union Transfer on 1/19 (tickets). The band will be joined by Pig Destroyer, Repulsion, Municipal Waste, Tombs and Evoken. Check out the show flyer below.
That show flyer, some live video and more suggested NYC shows, below.
by Fred Pessaro // BBG
Code Orange Kids at Acheron, April 2012 (more by Rebecca Reed)
Code Orange Kids have spent a lot of time on the road in 2012, but the Pittsburgh hardcore/grind quartet managed to make time in the studio too, as the'll soon release Love Is Love // Return To Dust, the band's new Kurt-Ballou-produced LP due via Deathwish Inc on November 20. In all of their recent appearances (including our own SXSW day party), COK have shown tons of promise as a live band and Love mirrors those efforts. It's clear that the band grew up with Converge, but more importantly, Converge's sense of freedom to push boundaries. This is a young band, which makes Love Is Love // Return To Dust all the more compelling to listen to. Stream it in full below.
Code Orange Kids are teaming with another promising batch of young'ns, Full of Hell, as part of a string of dates with Gaza. The shows include an NYC stop at Acheron on 11/24. Tickets are still available.
Stream all of the band's LP and check out their new video for "Flowermouth (The Leech)" below.
Gaza at Saint Vitus, June 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Salt Lake City's noisy hardcore ambassadors Gaza will team with Pittsburgh punks Code Orange Kids and Maryland hardcore misanthropes Full of Hell for a string of North American dates this November, hitting Brooklyn at Acheron on November 24th with special guest Old Wounds. All dates are listed below.
The tour is in celebration of Gaza's new LP No Absolutes in Human Suffering, out now via Black Market Activities. Its a whopper.
All tour dates, the tour flyer and some video is below.
Ryan Jarman of The Cribs (more by David Andrako) / Amadou & Mariam
today in NYC
* Coldplay @ IZOD Center
* Love Taps @ Joe's Pub
* Sidi Toure @ Joe's Pub
* Reptar @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Kenny Brawner @ Joe's Pub
* Maxwell @ Prudential Center
* Yemen Blues @ City Winery
* Judah Friedlander @ Carolines
* Jackson Browne @ Beacon Theatre
* Xombie, Gowanus @ Mercury Lounge
* Millie Jackson @ BB King Blues Club
* Michael Attias & Friends @ Barbes
* Mondo! indiepop dance party @ Cameo
* Banda Sinaloense De Los Muertos @ Barbes
* Strung Out, Handguns @ Highline Ballroom
* Nicole Atkins & the Black Sea @ Stone Pony
* Sound Of Urchin @ Rocks Off Concert Cruise
* DMC U.S. Finals DJ Battle @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Chain and the Gang, Blues Control @ Maxwell's
* Turner Cody, Chris Tucci DJ set @ The Ace Hotel
* Amadou & Mariam, Theophilus London @ Summerstage
* Sebastien Drums, Chad Stark @ Santos Party House
* Superhuman Happiness, Beyondo @ Arlene's Grocery
* System of a Down, Deftones @ PNC Bank Arts Center
* KNTRLR, First Nature, Los Encantados @ Glasslands
* Dope Body, Call Of The Wild, Gentleman @ Union Pool
* Egyptrixx, Sinjin Hawke, Gobby, N0ms @ 285 Kent Ave
* Todd Barry, Janeane Garofalo @ EastVille Comedy Club
* Punch, Living Eyes, Born Wrong, Off Camber @ ABC No Rio
* The Gypsy West, The Walnuts, Infantree @ Bowery Electric
* Justin Jones, Queen Orlenes, Yoni Gordon @ The Rock Shop
* Will Stratton, Ice Water, Benjamin Seretan @ 92Y Tribeca
* Electric Umbilical Cord, Weeknight, Mos Fet @ Union Pool
* Guardian Alien, Rhyton, Queening, Ryo Inoue @ Shea Stadium
* Shake The Baron, Stone Cold Fox, The Yes Way @ Mercury Lounge
* Walls, Kim Phuc, Joint Damage, Death Evocation, Shoxx @ Acheron
* Mortem, Crucifier, Imprecation, Polterchrist @ Saint Vitus
* Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Erik Deutsch Trio @ Brooklyn Bowl
* I Am Lightyear, New Animal, New Myths, Old Abram Brown @ Pianos
* Flea Market, The Eeries, Organs, Eurotics, Nervous Ticks @ XPO 929
* Lemonade (DJ Set), Blondes (DJ set), Rewards (DJ set) @ Glasslands
* Pillars and Tongues, Olivia Salvadori, Hiro Kone (DJ set) @ Zebulon
* Frustrations, Bambara, Life Size Maps, Hamburguesa @ Death By Audio
* Les Racquet, The Black Cadillacs, The Floorwalkers @ Knitting Factory
* John Talabot DJ set, Jamie XX DJ set, JDH & Dave P @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Jamie XX, Pearson Sound, Lemonade, Sinjin Hawke, Zora Jones @ Warm Up P.S.1
* Tyvek, Wet Hair, Scott & Charlene's Wedding, Volunteers Park @ Living Bread
* Miniature Tigers, French Horn Rebellion, Joywave @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* Dino's Boys, Games, The Babyshakes, Cy Barkley & The Way Outsiders @ Cake Shop
* Ryan Jarman (The Cribs), Jeffrey Lewis, Devin, Jen Turner (of Here We Go Magic), Penn Badgley @ Cameo
* Law & Order, Slothrust, The Toothaches, The Graveyard Kids @ Big Snow Buffalo Lodge
* Two Cow Garage, Uncle Leon & The Alibis, Ram's Head Lady Slipper, Sad and French @ Union Hall
* Nymph, Noveller, Black Crown Ceremony, GSOL, Dome Theater, Cool Places Soundsystem DJ set @ Secret Project Robot
* Pass Kontrol, Not Blood Paint, Backwords, Bad Credit No Credit, Katie Mullins, Gunfight, Springs, Uzuhi, Activists/Dictators, The Winter Ring @ The Vander Ende-Onderdonk House
* Ancient Filth, All Torn Up, Barbarian, Tribal Force @ Acheron
While Lollapalooza and Osheaga have sucked away a good portion of name bands for the weekend, there are still plenty of fun music things to do. This afternoon Amadou & Mariam and Theopolis London play a free show at Central Park Summerstage; Union Pool's afternoon Summer Thunder series continues with Baltimore noisemakers Dope Body, plus Call of the Wild and Gentlemen; and Rippers out in Rockaway Beach is throwing a boardwalk party with Clouder, Dead Stars, Friend Roulette, Huntronik, Eastern Hollows and Blackout. All of these shows are FREE.
You could also head to Cameo tonight to see Ryan Jarman of The Cribs (whoa-oh!) play his first-ever NYC solo show with Jen Turner from Here We Go Magic, Jeffrey Lewis (!), Devin (!!), and Penn Badgley (?!? the Gossip Girl dude?). Tickets are still available. Then stick around Cameo for Mondo! which is the city's premier indiepop dance party.
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Lower Dens have released a new video for "Candy" from their recent NooTropics. Check that out below.
Full of Hell have unleashed a new song from an upcoming split with Calm the Fire due on Holy Roar Records this September. Check out "Return to the Mines" featuring Mike Riley (ex-Pulling Teeth) below.
Check out the new song "The Eliminator" from Maserati's Maserati VII due via TRL on 10/2. While you're down there, don't miss "Dream Odyssey" by Mono also due from TRL on 9/4.