In certain circles, Full of Hell needs no introduction. This young band has made a name for themselves in a short amount of time, racking up a prolific touring and release history while exploring a gamut of sounds within the spectrum of extreme and avante-garde music. Formed in 2009, the embryonic beginnings of Full of Hell display their palette at it's most primitive, d-beat and blast ridden hardcore punk with spats of noise and caustic rhythm, and within a few short years, they have bloomed into a true force to be reckoned with within the punk and metal communities. They've penned joint LPs with the avant-garde elite (Merzbow, The Body) and released splits with rabid contemporaries like Nails and Psywarfare, assembling a diverse arsenal of noisemakers in the process.
With their signing to Profound Lore, Full of Hell have given us the culmination of their aural soul-searching. Their upgraded toolbox is on full display on Trumpeting Ecstasy, their third and best solo album and some would even label Trumpeting Ecstasy a goddamn masterpiece. Their third full-length, discounting the aforementioned collaborations, Trumpeting Ecstasy weaves everything that came before it into one complex, nightmarish and vibrant tapestry.