Weeping Choir

Full of Hell - Weeping Choir
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2019 Ratings: #29 / 793
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Based on 150 ratings
2019 Ratings: #277
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Even if I'm not an expert of metal, I have some masochistic passion for noise and extreme music. The discovery of a band like Full Of Hell reassures me in my musical convictions ... Indeed, this quartet that I define as a grindcore band happens every time to surprise me. Full of Hell, through his music, only seeks to bring Hell to your mind, and to embody extreme madness. He is not looking for the sensational but for the sensation. His approach is to expel this hatred that lives in us. With ... read more



And to think I was calling Noisem's new album the best grindcore record of 2019. Full of Hell returns in full force with Weeping Choir, a noisy, crushing, poser-bashing rollercoaster ride of metal that's as chaotic as it is sludgy. That being said, I'd probably still call this a slightly weaker album from Full of Hell; don't get me wrong, I love this thing, but it's going up against masterpieces such as Trumpeting Ecstasy and the perpetually underrated Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My ... read more


my head hurts


All my boys hate tinnitus 😠😠😡😡😡👂👂👂👎👎👎.


Overhyped, pretentious, false grind drivel.

For those fortunate enough to be blissfully unaware, Full of Hell have been on the go for about a decade and made a bit of a name for themselves in the underground with releases in a variety of genres including but not limited to powerviolence, grindcore, deathcore, noise, avant garde metal, sludge metal, experimental. As well as this they've done splits and colabs with bands including Merzbow, Code Orange (Kids), Nails, The Body among others.

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One of their better records

Favorites: Armory of Obsidian Glass, Ygramul the Many, Aria of Juuled Tears, Silmaril, Burning Myrrh

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Track List

  1. Burning Myrrh
  2. Haunted Arches
  3. Thundering Hammers
  4. Rainbow Coil
  5. Aria of Jeweled Tears
  6. Downward
  7. Armory of Obsidian Glass
  8. Silmaril
  9. Angels Gather Here
  10. Ygramul the Many
  11. Cellar of Doors

Year End Lists

#16/Metal Hammer
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Added on: March 19, 2019