Decibel Magazine is currently streaming All Hail The Night, the latest studio offering from North Carolina blackened thrash trio, ALL HELL. The premiere comes on the eve of the EP’s official release, Friday, April 14th via Terminus Hate City Records!
Recorded and mixed by Chris “Scary” Adams (Black Tusk) at Hidden Audio and mastered by Joel Grind (Toxic Holocaust), All Hail The Night contains six tracks: three completely new songs featuring a guest solo and additional vocals by Nate Garnette of American metal legends Skeletonwitch and three reworked and reinvigorated songs from the band’s earliest days.
Writes Decibel in part, “It’s been a minute—four years, to be technical—since their last album, 2019’s The Witch’s Grail, but ALL HELL haven’t lost a step with the new EP, which contains three brand new tracks and three reimaginings of older songs. All Hail The Night starts off hot with ‘Black Leather Wings,’ which features an assist from Skeletonwitch’s Nate Garnette. That sets the tone appropriately, followed by two more new tunes, ‘Neon Babylon’ and ‘Let The Night Burn Red.’ The band’s growth is particularly highlighted when comparing it to the latter three tracks, which are shorter and more rudimentary (but no less ripping for it).”
Hear for yourself. Stream ALL HELL’s All Hail The Night, exclusively at Decibel Magazine, at THIS LOCATION
All Hail The Night will be available on CD, cassette, and digital formats. Find preorders at the ALL HELL Bandcamp page HERE
or the Terminus Hate City Records webshop HERE
Spawned in the dark hills of Asheville, North Carolina and influenced by a wide array of genres from punk to thrash to first wave black metal to ‘80s deathrock and beyond, ALL HELL has relentlessly churned out their stygian works while spreading their volatile live show to eager audiences. All Hail The Night marks their first release since 2019’s acclaimed full-length, The Witch’s Grail.
All Hail The Night paints an ominously dystopian portrait of a world shrouded in darkness and violence infusing their signature thrash-tinged black ‘n’ roll style with new elements, providing some of the band’s darkest and most memorable songs to date.