Hullâ€™s three guitar attack achieves maximum sludgery, bashing your skull into the wall with a sledgehammer and smearing your brains across the floor” – MetalSucks.net
Brooklyn quintet HULL is taking their debut full-length album, ‘Sole Lord,’ on the road in September with a stop at the Planet Caravan Festival which features some of heavy music’s leading lights including Clutch, Pentagram, Kylesa and YOB. During this stint on the road they will accompanied by Brooklyn doom troupe Batillus and Virginian psychedelic metal outfit Salome. Tour dates are as follows:
Sep 10 2009 @ Kung Fu Necktie Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sep 11 2009 @ Talking Head Club Balitmore, Maryland
Sep 12 2009 @ TBA D.C, Washington DC
Sep 13 2009 @ Nara Sushi Richmond, Virginia
Sep 14 2009 @ TBA Greensboro, North Carolina
Sep 15 2009 @ TBA Wilmington, North Carolina
Sep 16 2009 @ TBA Savannah, Georgia
Sep 17 2009 @ 529 Atlanta, Georgia
Sep 18 2009 @ Planet Caravan Festival Asheville, North Carolina
Sep 19 2009 @ Little Hamilton Collective w/ Salome & Batillus Nashville, Tennessee
Sep 20 2009 @ TBA Little Rock, Arkansas
Sep 21 2009 @ TBA Memphis, Tennessee
Sep 22 2009 @ TBA St. Louis, Missouri
Sep 23 2009 @ White Star Bar Chicago, Illinois
Sep 24 2009 @ Melody Inn Indianapolis, Indiana
Sep 25 2009 @ TBA Columbus, Ohio
Sep 26 2009 @ TBA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sep 27 2009 @ TBA w/ Batillus Brooklyn, New York
CD | TE135 | The End | 5/26/2009
‘Sole Lord’ Tracklisting:
05. Wrath Of The Sands
Bred for destruction, this collective force converges in a collision of decibel heavy harmony, thrash, doom, classic rock, and formal orchestral works.
Bear witness to the lightning that is HULL.
Forged in the sweat-laden depths of darkest Brooklyn, HULL materializes as a massive entity storming stages and immersing their audiences in a blanket of grandiose down-tuned compositions, a shifting fault line beneath a vast arctic wasteland. A musical colossus of epic proportions, HULL commands their listeners through each riff with incredible precision, as a seafarer guides his vessels through ominous waters.
Submerged in cosmic soundscapes, HULL challenges the mind with flowing, off-time fugues and powerful, dynamic movements. Brace yourself for an onslaught of eruptive force as mountains move, pillars collapse, and a new world of music is formed in the deafening clap of thunder that is HULL.
Born in the wake of the fire, we still burn.