In July, heralded American noise-grind outfit Full of Hell hit the U.K. for five whirlwind days on their Trumpeting Ecstasy Europe 2017 tour. Boston-based photographer and longtime friend of the band Reid Haithcock tagged along and captured the experience in all its short bursts of live glory and long stretches of homesick boredom. "Europe is like, you have fun, sort of, the whole time," vocalist Dylan Walker says in the mini-doc above. "And sort of the whole time, you're just like, When the fuck can we go home?"
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