I can’t front, the world is in a state of DOOM! So, therefore, it’s time for me to immerse myself into sick AF Doom Metal from Process of Guilt. Their new album Slaves Beneath The Sun is out now via ALMA MATER RECORDS. Their claustrophobia-infused sonic storm of heaviness speaks to my inner emotions due to the global upheaval. I’m super stoked to share with y’all the Process of Guilt visual created by Chariot Of Black Moth for their song “Breathe.”
“Breathe” starts with one of the more in-your-face riffs in Slaves Beneath The Sun. From then on, a claustrophobic groove accentuates the song’s dynamics, allowing us to balance some of the key elements to our sound, such as heavy riff-based sections with trance-inducing repetition and final release in the form of explosion. “Breathe” almost collapses into itself near the end, where one of the few hints of some form of melody in Slaves Beneath The Sun ascends until the final feedback. We were able to explore our roots and influences on this track, from the heavy-laden Bolt Thrower groove to the more blazing riffs present in records like “Filth Pig,” while showcasing much of our live feeling.