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Hull Issues Roadburn Recap, Posts Live Footage

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Long-running Brooklyn sludge rock cooperative Hull recently wrapped up a two-week run of live takeovers through Europe. Joined by Boston doom bringers, Elder, the journey commenced in Tilburg, where the band leveled the stage at Roadburn. Recounted bassist/vocalist Sean Bryant Dunn from the band's final show in London:

"Our journey began in Tilburg for the Roadburn festival where we had the opportunity to play and hang out with some amazing friends, old and new. The following two weeks we burned many a mile with our new brothers Elder, reducing stages to rubble. There will not be a moment without the thought of touring with these boys. With that, I'll say thanks to everyone that helped us out, put us up, fed us and for wrecking their necks at the show. Europe truly understands how to appreciate and respect all artists. We will be back as soon as humanly possible!"

Hull also recently released a brand "new" hymn entitled, "Swamp Goat." Originally tracked in 2007, "Swamp Goat" laid dormant while the band penned material for the "Sole Lord" full-length and can now be heard at this location. You can also catch the band live:

5/17/2014 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY w/ Bloody Hammers

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