Full of Hell and Primitive Man Team for New Collaborative Album 'Suffocating Hallucination'

Hear the two heavy bands join forces on new song "Rubble Home"

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Jan 17, 2023

Full of Hell and Primitive Man have announced a new album. The two heavy outfits will deliver the collaborative Suffocating Hallucination on March 3 via Closed Casket Activities.

Produced by Andrew Nelson (Harms Way, Weekend Nachos, LURK), the five-track Suffocating Hallucination arrives after years of Full of Hell and Primitive Man crossing paths on various tours.

"It's kind of like making a new hybrid band," Walker explains. "It's a really special marker of the friendship between us. We approach each collaboration differently, depending on the personalities in the room. With Primitive Man, we wrote everything in the studio. Each collaborative record is a cornerstone in our discography, as important as our own full-lengths."

The punishing "Rubble Home" is the first look at what their collaboration sounds like, and you can hear it in the player below.

Naturally, the new album arrives ahead of the two bands hitting the road again, supporting the Acacia Strain and Fit for an Autopsy on a US tour. While no dates are set for Canada, you can find the complete itinerary here.

Prior to Suffocating Hallucination, Full of Hell delivered Garden of Burning Apparitions in 2021, while Primitive Man released Immersion in 2020.

Pre-order Suffocating Hallucination.

Suffocating Hallucination:

1. Trepanation for Future Joys
2. Rubble Home
3. Bludgeon
4. Dwindling Will
5. Tunnels to God

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