Full of Hell unleash new song, “Language of Molting Cherubs”

Courtesy of the Adult Swim Singles program.

Full of Hell have contributed a new song to the Adult Swim Singles program: “Language of Molting Cherubs.”

The Maryland band glory in extreme dynamics on the new track, allowing for a single second of silence before turning things up to 11: Vocalist Dylan Walker groans and growls over stone-heavy riffs while a demented saxophone bleats in the background.

Last year, Full of Hell released the album Weeping Choir. It featured the tracks “Burning Myrrh” and “Armory of Obsidian Glass,” featuring Lingua Ignota. In January, Full of Hell vocalist Walker joined forces with Lingua Ignota and The Body’s Lee Buford as the supergroup Sightless Pit, debuting with the single “Kingscorpse.” In April, Full of Hell dropped a short live release, Music from the Dial.

Stream “Language of Molting Cherubs” here:

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