Full Of Hell and Primitive Man announce collaborative album, share first single
Full Of Hell and Primitive Man just announced a collaborative album that will see a release date as the two kick off their co-headlining tour alongside The Acacia Strain (support provided by Fit For An Autopsy). Suffocating Hallucination will see a March 3 release date through Closed Casket Activities. The effort was produced and mixed by engineer Andy Nelson and mastered by Arthur Rick. Preorders can be purchased here. You can check out the first single, "Rubble Home" below.
Full Of Hell vocalist Dylan Walker shared:
"It's kind of like making a new hybrid band. 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.
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full of pfizer
Full of Gay and Homosexual Man release pile of dogshit.
Full of Hell? More like Full of Shit. That band sucks ass
Primitive Man is actually worse imo, though Full of Hell's 2021 album was garbage.
dang... these guys are still around. Time to start those sheet-rock jobs, boys.
Sheetrock for real.
So lazy, so shitty.
The ego it takes to release music that doesn't even qualify as songs is huge. Respect for that reason alone. Will never listen to this though. Come back with something coherent. Scene Booking Gatekeepers will have them both on every festival and coveted support slot though.
i have to give credit where credit is due. releasing only one album no one will buy will fill up landfills less than two albums no one will buy