New England's LIVING HELL will release its new full-length album, "Oblivion", on October 13 through Eulogy Recordings. A song from the CD, entitled "Demonic Assault", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
Formed in the winter of 2006, LIVING HELL has been a force in New England hardcore for over three years. Their unique sound is the antithesis of modern hardcore, bringing the music back to the roots of the movement. Blistering riffs, laced with depression, anxiety and unparalleled anger. LIVING HELL has made a name for itself the old fashioned way by touring the U.S. numerous times and also overseas with DEATH THREAT, BLACKLISTED, COLD WORLD and some of the biggest names in hardcore. Unapologetic, in your face, and raw, LIVING HELL is a force to be reckoned with.
"Oblivion", LIVING HELL's second album, is a clear and definitive progression from their debut record, "The Lost and the Damned". Combining hardcore, punk, thrash and black metal, "Oblivion" is truly a unique and moving record.
The track listing is as follows:
01. Sin Of The World
02. Blessed Are The Dead
03. Demonic Assault
04. A New Skin For An Old Demon
07. Amidst The Wolves
08. Gods Undone
09. Seething Envy
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