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Hull Streaming "Viking Funeral" EP Online

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Hull's "Viking Funeral" EP is currently streaming in its entirety via Decibel Magazine's recently relaunched website at this location. The unsung, 16-plus minute EP was initially self-released by the Brooklyn-based, three-guitar led sludge metal collective back in 2007. It comes hand numbered/crafted with artwork by Jorden Haley.

Commented the band on the recording: "Viking Funeral is a two-movement EP that focuses on the life of war and struggle of an antiquated culture...This EP will eventually be part of a full-length album that touches on life, death and afterlife in the Viking mythology."

Hull released the band's debut full-length, "Sole Lord," via The End Records in 2009. The band is currently working on the follow-up with co-producer Brett Romnes, who played drums on the "Viking Funeral" EP. Further details to be announced shortly.

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