Wednesday, January 20, 2016


With new EP Parting Remains out next week on Good Fight Music, Hollow Earth reveals the EP's centerpiece, "Beyond Celestial Limits," via Decibel.

Stream the song here:

Recorded by Tad Doyle of '90s grunge figureheads Tad, and mixed and mastered by Greg Thomas of Misery Signals, Parting Remains shows the Detroit-area band push their doom n' gloom hardcore into new realms, more powerful than ever before.

Decibel's Shane Mehling sums it up precisely:

"Hollow Earth have always sounded like they wanted to be more than a hardcore band. Sure, the midwesterners never lacked the ability to break necks and start pits, but there was something around the edges that showed a real thirst for something different, with flashes of doom and melody. New track 'Beyond Celestial Limits' shows the band finally matching their own standards... Hollow Earth have extended their sound far beyond past releases, into much fuller, more nuanced territory. Recorded by legend Tad Doyle, the band has become a plodding, melodic beast..."

In addition to the Parting Remains EP, Good Fight will release Hollow Earth's most recent LP, Silent Graves, on vinyl – pre-order both ahead of their January 29th release date, here:

Featuring two former members of Shai Hulud, Hollow Earth tour hits the road this spring with Church Tongue.

Mar 18 - Providence, RI @ Firehouse 13
Mar 19 - Florence, MA @ American Legion
Mar 20 - Brooklyn, NY @ Black Bear
Mar 21 - Albany, NY @ Fuzebox
Mar 22 - Philadelphia, PA @ West Kensington Ministry
Mar 23 - Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ
Mar 24 - Toledo, OH @ Realm
Mar 25 - Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary
Mar 26 - Lansing, MI @ Mac's Bar
Mar 28 - St Louis, MO @ Fubar
Mar 29 - Wichita, KS @ Rock Island Live
Mar 30 - Tulsa, OK @ Vanguard
Apr 1 - Albuquerque, NM @ Duke City Soundstage