Rising noise-grind crew Full of Hell love collaborating with other liked-minded artists — from Merzbow and the Body to gothic singer-songwriter Nicole Dollanganger — and dropping one-off songs, remixes and EPs. Ahead of their mind-blowing new full-length, Weeping Choirs, FoH have continued along this course by offering up an excoriating, industrial remix of the one of the record's standout tracks, "Thundering Hammers," by none other than Godflesh mastermind Justin Broadrick. Abrasive yet danceable, the pummeling track, the latest entry in Decibel's Flexi Disc series, could comfortably sit on Godflesh's excellent last album, Posthuman — blast it at high volume below.
Weeping Choir, which Full of Hell announced earlier this week along with its lead single "Burning Myrrh," was recorded by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studio and is due out May 17th. Physical format pre-orders for CDs, vinyl, and cassettes are available via the Relapse website. Check the band's official site for a full list of tour dates, kicking off Friday, April 12th in Philadelphia.
Below, see Godflesh play a particularly destructive rendition of Streetcleaner opener "Like Rats" in Brooklyn: