Providence, R.I. progressive doom band Howl will launch two months of dates to support their debut full-lenth, 'Full of Hell,' which came out May 11. For the first three shows of the tour, Howl will open for legendary Louisiana sludge band Eyehategod, starting June 13 in Providence. On June 25, the group will open for doom pioneers Pentagram in Providence, as well. Then on July 16 in Portland, Ore., the band will start a month of headline dates with Black Cobra. Howl tour dates are scheduled through Aug. 15 in San Francisco.

Howl are streaming 'Full of Hell' in its entirety on The album was recorded at Machines With Magnets studios (Battles, Lightning Bolt, Daughters) with engineer Keith Souza.

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