Detroit hardcore crew From Hell releases its Heresy album via Paper+Plastick Records on June 25.
According to a press release, the record is “Of the heaviest caliber blackened D-beat power violence using unique atmospheric valleys within songs that carry a somber, bleak feeling right to the next wave of vehement bludgeoning. Their sound captures the darkness, anger, and depression reflective of their surroundings. For fans of the heaviest such as Black Breath, Trap Them, Converge, Black Anvil, and Early Graves. Can you please do something for their album release? Below, please find a download. Eager to hear your thoughts on this!”
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