Meet HOWL, a Providence quartet who seek to ruin your face with their particular brand of devastating metal insanity. To that end, they’ve gone and gotten signed to the venerable Relapse label and assembled Full of Hell — a nine-song guided tour through a world in chaotic decline. Take “Heavenless”: its charge of feral drums comes at you like the Four Horsemen, then the guitars rear up and the ground gives way as Vincent Hausman’s hoarse, ungodly roar narrates the collapse. If you love metal and loathe bullshit, you should check this out. Tonight, Howl (along with Astronomer) pass through the hallowed halls of O’Brien’s premier metal night, “Born of Fire,” to give Full of Hell a proper exorcism into the world. Grab the MP3 of “Heavenless” below before it’s too late for all of us.
DOWNLOAD: Howl, "Heavenless" (mp3)