Full of Hell and Nothing have announced a new collaborative album. On December 1, the two bands will release When No Birds Sang via Closed Casket Activities. The first song they’ve shared is the closing track, “Spend the Grace.” Hear it below.
“Both Full of Hell and Nothing deal with the same genre-phobia,” said Nothing’s Nicky Palermo in a statement. “We’ve been called any style you can think of, but we’re both simply intent on making soul crushers.”
“We’re beyond limiting ourselves to a genre,” added Dylan Walker of Full of Hell. “There aren’t any rules, but there’s clearly an identity. No matter what Nothing does, I can tell it’s them. We’re meeting in the middle where it’s lush and beautiful, but also sad and ugly if you look closely at it. Out of mutual respect, we just decided to go for it.”
Earlier this year, Full of Hell released Suffocating Hallucination, their collaborative album with Primitive Man.
Full of Hell & Nothing When No Birds Sang tracklist:
- Rose Tinted World
- Like Stars in the Firmament
- Forever Well
- Wild Blue
- When No Birds Sang
- Spend The Grace