News: Full Of Hell And Nothing Announce Collaborative LP

Full Of Hell and Nothing have joined forces to record a collaborative record, When No Birds Sang, due out December 1. The first single, “Spend The Grace,” is out now.

Mike Martinez and Tyler Way 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.”

Nothing’s Domenic “Nicky” Palermo states:

“Both Full of Hell and Nothing deal with the same genre-phobia. We’ve been called any style you can think of, but we’re both simply intent on making soul crushers…We’ve never done anything like this,” Nicky goes on. “The contrast is huge as we’re putting two extremes together and making them work. We’re just bridging the gap.”

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.”

Regarding the emotional aspect of the record Nicky says:

“I was super happy to be in a room and not just throwing shit back and forth online. I have such a hard time when I’m not staring down the barrel of a gun. Being in a room with these guys brought everything into reality.”

Dylan continues:

“It’s way more productive. This was the first time any of us had worked with Will. His resume speaks for itself, and he definitely added a great perspective. It’s an emotional record. Once we decided on the concept, we followed a similar approach. We’re bringing you to this edge of an empty void. When you hear it, I hope you feel devastated emotionally. If we’re doing our job, it will freak you the f*ck out in the best way, because you’re staring at the precipice of oblivion with us.”

Nicky comments:

“‘Devastation’ is a good reaction for me. From top-to-bottom, this record is highly comprehensive and super detailed. For me, the process itself was humbling. Every once in a while— with doing music for the better part of my life —experiences like this sometimes erase the imposter syndrome I feel playing music, and for a moment I forget how big of a loser I am.”

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