Check Out the Devastatingly Crushing New Track “Tunnels to God” from Full of Hell and Primitive Man
Earlier today, Full of Hell and Primitive Man released the unrelentingly devastating track “Tunnels to God” from their upcoming collaborative album, Suffocating Hallucination. And while this dark and noisy track is something we all should have expected from the likes of these two bands, there’s something extra about it that’s just a little extra demoralizing with both of the bands in the mix.
As you’ll hear in the track below, “Tunnels to God” marries the styles of both bands exceedingly well, leaning a little more into the heavy doom and sludge muck that Primitive Man rolls around in.
Full of Hell vocalist Dylan Walker called this latest track the collaboration’s “omega,” stating that it fits the album’s overarching themes.
“‘Tunnels to God’ is this collaboration’s omega. It’s the only logical conclusion to the turmoil and failures of every day life – trepanation for future joys, numbness for bliss.”
Primitive Man’s Ethan McCarthy, meanwhile, elaborated on those themes, stating that “everything…has a cost.”
“Everything physical, emotional, spiritual has a cost. The primal desire to reach for the joys hidden within the pain of life, even though those things that may be riddled with thorns beneath their surface.”
Suffocating Hallucination will be released on March 3 via Closed Casket Activities, though you can preorder your copy today.
Suffering Hallucination Tracklist:
1- Trepanation for Future Joys
2- Rubble Home
4- Dwindling Will
5- Tunnels to God
Both Full of Hell and Primitive Man will be on tour next month with Fit For An Autopsy and The Acacia Strain. Check out the full list of dates below.
March 8 Brooklyn, NY @ Monarch
March 9 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
March 10 Columbus, OH @ The King of Clubs
March 11 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
March 12 Chicago, IL @ Metro Chicago
March 14 Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre
March 15 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
March 17 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
March 18 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
March 19 Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
March 20 Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
March 21 Los Angeles, CA @ 1720™
March 22 Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theater
March 25 Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live
March 26 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
March 28 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
March 29 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
March 30 Greensboro, NC @ Arizona Pete’s
April 1 Worcester, MA @ Palladium