THE BODY And FULL OF HELL: One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache Streaming In Its Entirety At Decibel; Record To Drop This Friday Via Neurot + European Tour Draws Near

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“…a document of the overwhelming power of depression…” — Pitchfork

This Friday marks the official release day of One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache, the fittingly-titled, collaborative debut between apocalyptic doom duo, THE BODY, and grindcore/harsh noise miscreants, FULL OF HELL. In celebration of its release, today Decibel Magazine, who notes, “One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache will hurt your brain,” is traumatizing the airwaves with a stream of the record in its ravaging entirety.

Feel the sonic devastation of One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache at THIS LOCATION.

Additionally, gluttons for punishment can view the video accompaniment to second movement, “Fleshworks,” initially premiereD at Noisey below:

Neurot Recordings will issue One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache on March 25th, 2016 with preorder bundles available at THIS LOCATION.

One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache came together during last year’s monolithic North American trek which united both bands. Amidst the chaos of tour life, the two groups found time to record together at Machines With Magnets in Providence, Rhode Island. The session eventually culminated into the harrowing sounds found on One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache, which is ultimately an audio reflection of their surroundings and their inability to cope therein. The record includes two bonus tracks as well as a bastardized rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “The Butcher.”

Pitchfork calls the record, “a document of the overwhelming power of depression,” further elaborating, “Throughout they’re taking risks, abandoning straightforward metal trappings to pile noxious noise blasts on shredded 808s (‘Bottled Urn’) or turning Leanard Cohen ballads into doom-metal dystopias… But even as they explore alien aesthetics, THE BODY and FULL OF HELL are constantly finding ways to uphold the spirit of each other’s work. They’re united in their disposition, up until the record’s final moment, a sample of the HBO movie You Don’t Know Jack that seems to sum up what precedes it: ‘Loss, loss, loss, loss, loss.'” “This release never feels like it is heading too much in one direction, managing to stay dynamic and repugnant at all time by switching between tortured doom and frantic attack,” issues Pure Grain Audio in a 9/10 rating. “That tortured vibe carries through One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache in every choice these bands make, resulting in a record that is both cohesive and hellish, and inevitably providing the perfect soundtrack to the latter.” “There’s some fucked up chemistry on their collaboration,” Decibel observes. “On tracks like ‘Fleshworks’ and ‘The Little Death,” the bands forge new sounds that couldn’t have happened in any other context. Mostly though, the reinforce each other’s impulses towards abstraction.” In a perfect 5/5 score, New Noise Magazine hails, “a landmark release in the realm of all heavy music,” and an, “absolute assault on your senses that will leave an imprint for years to come and not be forgotten. For maximum experience, listen at full volume in a cold, bare and unclean room with flickering lights while half naked and in a deranged state.” Heavy Blog Is Heavy concurs in a 4.5/5 review noting, “One part noisy electronics, one part thick, droning sludge, one part blast-beat-centric hardcore, and a whole hell of a lot of negative emotions, One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache is the result of two extremely competent bands doing what they do best, together. This is not a pretty record; this is not a subtle record. This album is everything disgusting and vile on this planet mashed into a half-hour of sound.”

Following the release of One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache, the nihilistic union will descend upon Europe together this April. The string of dates will see the bands traveling across the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Czech Republic, France, Spain and Portugal, including appearances at the renowned Roadburn Festival and providing support for Converge’s “Blood Moon” spectacle at the Electric Brixton, London.


THE BODY + FULL OF HELL European Tour Dates 2016:
4/06/2016 Vera – Groningen, NL
4/07/2016 Magasin 4 – Brussels, BE
4/08/2016 Het Bos – Antwerp, BE
4/09/2016 Ritual Festival @ Canal Mills – Leeds, UK w/ Conan, 40 Watt Sun
4/10/2016 Audio – Glasgow, UK
4/11/2016 Rainbow Cellar – Birmingham, UK
4/12/2016 The Ruby Lounge – Manchester, UK
4/13/2016 Electric Brixton – London, UK w/ Converge “Blood Moon”
4/14/2016 Roadburn Festival – Tilburg, NL
4/16/2016 KB18 – Copenhagen, DK
4/17/2016 Kantine Am Berghain – Berlin, DE
4/18/2016 Klub 007 – Prague, DE
4/19/2016 Feierwerk – Munich, DE
4/20/2016 Jubez – Karlsruhe, DE
4/21/2016 Gaswerk – Winterthur, CH
4/22/2016 La Machine A Coudre – Marseille, FR
4/23/2016 Sidecar – Barcelona, ES
4/24/2016 Moby Dick – Madrid, ES
4/25/2016 Musicbox – Lisbon, PT
4/26/2016 Cave 45 – Porto, PT
4/27/2016 Santana 27 – Bilbao, ES
4/28/2016 Le Saint Des Seins – Toulouse, FR
4/29/2016 La Mecanique Ondulatoire – Paris, FR
4/30/2016 Tivoli De Helling – Utrecht, BE

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