Hear FULL OF HELL's oddly funky new rager "Coagulated Bliss" | Revolver

Hear FULL OF HELL's oddly funky new rager "Coagulated Bliss"

Title track off upcoming album

You ever wondered what it would be like if Full of Hell got... funky? Well, the Maryland noisemakers have offered somewhat of answer to that big what-if with the premiere of Coagulated Bliss' title track. Rest assured — it also rages.

The third preview from Full of Hell's next album is pretty wicked on the whole, coming lined with lacerating guitar riffs and vocalist Dylan Walker's distorted, hound-from-hell howl. But it's Dave Bland who gives the song an almost subversive twitchiness in the verses, working a Clyde Stubblefield/"Funky Drummer" sublimity to his kick-and-snare work — just dialed up to a brutal 11, in terms of intensity.

As for the accompanying music video, it's a lo-fi, vintage handi-cam assault of teenagers slammin' tall cans in gas station parking lots, folks staring off into the sunset while holding their submachines, and people laying fresh flowers on a grave. A dead bird shows up a couple times, too.

Tying it all together, Walker explained in a statement that the track is "a lyrical summation of the record as a whole. Seeking the unattainable. Drowning in it."

As previously announced, Coagulated Bliss is due out April 26th via Closed Casket Activities and is available for pre-order here.