Garden of Burning Apparitions

Full of Hell - Garden of Burning Apparitions
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2021 Ratings: #59 / 580
User Score
Based on 78 ratings
2021 Ratings: #342
Liked by 4 people
October 1, 2021 / Release Date
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Deathgrind / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Metal Hammer

Garden… bristles with righteous contempt for the idiotic world around us.

85
Metal Injection

With Garden Of Burning Apparitions, Full Of Hell has laid the blueprints for their future. The record perfectly uses noise as percussion, riffs as soundscapes, and effects as instruments in a comfortable way that only Full Of Hell could accomplish.

84
Sputnikmusic
The lethal grindcore squad hits ten with this new release engrossing a catalogue that knows no missteps just yet.
80
Kerrang!
Not content to stay in one place, Full Of Hell are a band that are ever evolving. This latest actualisation of their sound is just the beginning of an exciting new trajectory of musical exploration and experimentation.
80
Exclaim!

While scanning the state of the world and all its grievous, haunting wonders, Garden of Burning Apparitions continues Full of Hell's exploration of scorched earth, and by sticking to what they do best, they've left another bold stamp on extreme metal.

80
Crack Magazine
The end result often feels like youโ€™re hearing the literal deconstruction of extreme music, as Full of Hell depicts the extremity of our times. Itโ€™s a corrosive sound for a corrosive world, but in just under 19 minutes, you can hear exactly how it feels to be alive.
BaddieBaphomet
60
I’m completely unaware of the output of Full of Hell, only first learning of them when vocalist Dylan Walker was a part of the noise supergroup Sightless Pit. I really had no idea what I was getting into when I listened to “Garden of Burning Apparitions”, and while I think there’s a lot to admire about this album and that I’m sure a bunch of people will enjoy this record, I’m not one of those people.

I enjoy a lot of heavy, ugly, and noisy music, but ... read more
BonoLightier
72
Me two seconds before pressing play: "So, what the hell is deathgrind?"
Me immediately after the first song: "Oh....."
chunderz
84
That's a spicy meatball!
their_nickname
80
This is an animal of a record. Going from their more contemporary releases in the grind and crust covered genres, Full of Hell lean in hard on the noise. It even uses squelching static and blistering clangs as primary percussion at times. It's suffocating, while the lyrics spit vitriol about the absolute state of the world around us in glitchy shrieks that sound like the Earth collapsing in on itself. It has a purpose and it paints it's picture with chaos. This won't be for everyone, it was ... read more
cherrydagoatfr
90
Full of Hell have always been a personal favorite of mine, their unique blend of powerviolence, grindcore, death metal, and noise has always attracted me.
They’re no strangers to heaviness, but Garden of Burning Apparitions may just be their most cutthroat to date.
This album pulls no punches and I’m not surprised why it turns some people off, its noisy, raw, and violent. Not to mention some of the most blown out production you’ll hear all year, not always a bad thing ... read more
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Added on: August 4, 2021