Howl (American band)

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Origin Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.
Genres Doom metal
Sludge metal
Years active 2006–present
Labels Relapse
Website Facebook
Members Vincent Hausman
Jonathan Hall
Josh Durocher-Jones
Jesse Riley
Nick Kasten

Howl is an American Doom metal band from Providence, Rhode Island, formed in 2006. They released their debut full-length album, Full of Hell, in May 2010.[1]


Howl signed with Relapse Records in 2009 and reissued their self-titled EP on July 21, 2009.[1] It was favorably reviewed by Decibel Magazine.[2]

Howl worked with engineer Keith Souza to record their debut studio album, Full of Hell, in January 2010.[3]

in February 2010, Howl supported Skeletonwitch on their Eastern United States tour.[4][5]

in March 2010, Howl participated in the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.[6]

Decibel Magazine gave Full of Hell a favorable review in their May 2010 issue.[7]

Howl took part in the 2011 Metalliance Tour, which also includes Helmet, Crowbar, Saint Vitus, Kylesa, and Red Fang.

In May 2011, Howl released the music video for their single "Heavenless" off their album "Full of Hell". The video was directed by Charlie Scharfman and produced by Alex Scharfman of Scharfman Productions.

Howl's second full length, "Bloodlines", was released on Relapse Records, April 30, 2013 in North America.

Band members[edit]

Former members: