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Full of Hell and Nothing come together for 'When No Birds Sang' + share new single

The two bands bridge talents and craft a unique collaborative LP with much to offer.

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Photograph by Caleb Conner

On December 1st, grindcore's Full of Hell becomes one with the shoegaze prowess of Nothing in the form of When No Birds Sang via Closed Casket Activities — a unique listening experience that finds a common ground between their distinct sounds. As vulnerable as it is confrontational, When No Birds Sang builds on the camaraderie formed between the band members over the years, and it comes introduced by the shape shifting Spend The Grace. Haunting ambience, blood-curling screams, and buzzing guitars spearhead this slow-burning number, the likes of which comes visualized by an allegorical cinematic feature directed by Mike Martinez and Tyler Way.


The directors comment:


“In our endless quest to navigate the profound intricacies of reality, we often encounter a significant challenge: the limitations of language. However in those decisive moments, when individuals are confronted with the choice of determining their own paths versus succumbing to external influences, a remarkable opportunity can unfold. Within a fleeting instant, liberation can arise and a being can exist in one world while inhaling the essence of another.”


Experience Spend The Grace below and pre-order the album via Closed Casket.


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"When No Birds Sang" (2023) Cover Artwork

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