News: Full Of Hell and Nothing Announce Collaborative LP ‘When No Birds Sang’

Full of Hell and Nothing have united to release their new collaborative LP, When No Birds Sang, on December 1 through Closed Casket Activities.

Both the bands have known each other since the 2010s, and the band members kept contact with each other. That lead to this marvelous collaboration, producing the album When No Birds Sang. A single titled “Spend The Grace” from the album has also been released along with a music video. The video was directed by Mike Martinez and Tyler Way.

Watch the official video of “Spend The Grace” on YouTube:

The directors comment on the video:

“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.”

Nothing’s Domenic “Nicky” Palermo shares his thoughts about the upcoming LP:

“Both Full of Hell and Nothing deal with the same genre-phobia (laughs). We’ve been called any style you can think of, but we’re both simply intent on making soul crushers.” 

Full of Hell’s Dylan Walker adds:

“We’re beyond limiting ourselves to a genre. There aren’t any rules, but there’s clearly an identity. No matter what Nothing does, I can tell it’s them. We’re meeting in the middle where it’s lush and beautiful, but also sad and ugly if you look closely at it. Out of mutual respect, we just decided to go for it.”

When No Birds Sang

When No Birds Sang track listing:

Rose Tinted World
Like Stars in the Firmament
Forever Well
Wild Blue
When No Birds Sang
Spend The Grace

When No Birds Sang will be released on December 1 on Closed Casket Activities. Preorder the album here.

Photo courtesy of Caleb Conner and DustinCloudin

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