Seattle funeral / death doom act Bell Witch made a massive impact with their debut Longing, hailed as one of 2012's finest doom metal albums. In the aftermath of it's release, the duo (bass, drums and vocals) toured extensively throughout North America and Europe, generating even more notoriety within the scene. Their much-anticipated new full-length Four Phantoms, recorded and engineered by the legendary and respected Billy Anderson (Agalloch, Pallbearer, Leviathan, Neurosis, Melvins), is Bell Witch's most crushing work yet. The band takes their sound further into the realms of soul-destroying heaviness, with intricate song structures that display finely honed compositional skills. A milestone release for the genre, Four Phantoms is destined to be a doom metal triumph for the ages.
01． Suffocation, a Burial: I - Awoken (Breathing Teeth)
02． Judgement, in Fire: I - Garden (Of Blooming Ash)
03． Suffocation, a Drowning: II - Somniloquy (The Distance of Forever)
04． Judgement, in Air: II - Felled (In Howling Wind)