Hull Finishing New Album And Lining Up Tour With Batillus
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Brooklyn, New York sludge rockers Hull, who kicked off the year with a performance opening for doom legends Pentagram, are gearing up for a two week tour with Batillus this March. The tour will run through SXSW and draw to a close at a special Manhattan performance at The Studio at Webster Hall on March 26th with Caltrop and Horseback. The show is sponsored by BrooklynVegan and 1000 Knives. Stay tuned for a full tour announcement in the coming days.
In related news, Hull will release the "Viking Funeral" EP, initially self-released in 2005, on vinyl via Science of Silence records this spring. The limited edition wax version will come in 180 gram blood red/black swirl vinyl with the song on one side, a laser etched image on the other, and a parchment insert with the detailed Viking Funeral saga. The release also features a sticker and digital download info all wrapped in a "Viking Funeral" poster and wax-stamped with the band's logo.
Hull is putting the finishing touches on the follow-up to the band's Sole Lord debut, issued via The End Records in 2009. Their sophomore full-length will be co-produced by Brett Romnes (who played drums on the Viking Funeral EP) and mixed by Billy Anderson (Sleep, High On Fire, Neurosis, EHG, Melvins et al). The record is slated for release this summer with another bout of live dates to follow.
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