“To take the only rise of wave.”
Following up their acclaimed “Longing” debut with a heavier, more colossal, crushing, hypnotic, and meditative lamentation, “Four Phantoms” sees the duo of Dylan Desmond (bass/vocals) and Adrian Guerra (drums/vocals) create a much more mournful and vast sonic procession, one which could very well be recognized as one of the most moving and emotionally draining death/doom metal albums ever conceived within this age of hopelessness and despair. The mournful aura and atmosphere of “Four Phantoms” so overwhelming, like a soundtrack to embracing the aftermath of an eradication brought upon entire races and civilizations.
Captured by acclaimed and respected engineer/producer Billy Anderson, who has given BELL WITCH their most monolithic sound/production yet, along with incredible artwork courtesy of the mighty Paolo Girardi, tracklisting for “Four Phantoms” goes as follows:
1. Suffocation, A Burial: I – Awoken (Breathing Teeth)
2. Judgement, In Fire: I – Garden (Of Blooming Ash)
3. Suffocation, A Drowning: II – Somniloquy (The Distance Of Forever)
4. Judgement, In Air: II – Felled (In Howling Wind)