Procession: Doom Decimation

SKU: 33618746
Procession: Doom Decimation

Procession: Doom Decimation

SKU: 33618746

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Title: Doom Decimation
Artist: Procession
Label: High Roller
UPC: 4251267700592
Genre: Rock, Heavy Metal

2017 release. Originally formed in 2006 by guitarist/vocalist Felipe Plaza in Chile's cultural heart, the coastal city of Valparaiso, Procession follow the path of tradition laid out by the masters Black Sabbath, Saint Vitus and Candlemass - without mercy, without compromise! Receiving a glowing review in Germany's Rock Hard magazine, Procession's debut album Destroyers Of The Faith did not only take the doom metal scene by storm but also convinced parts of the metal mainstream. The band's follow up record To Reap Heavens Apart was hailed as one of the best pure doom metal works since Epicus Doomicus Metalicus. Main man Felipe Plaza has since relocated to Sweden. However, Doom Decimation was recorded in Chile. Felipe explains: "I had this dream that was to record an album as much as old-fashioned as we could and see what we could get from it. That formula, total isolation and gathering up in the same place living as a band for a bit more than a month, worked pretty well to me on To Reap Heavens Apart. I don't think I even checked on studios in Europe at all for »Doom Decimation«. Plus I'm a bit tired of people calling Procession an 'European' band, being that the South American factor has been vital for it's existence and development. An address means nothing, we ARE Procession from Chile."

1.1 The Warning
1.2 When Doomdays Has Come
1.3 Lonely Are the Ways of Stranger
1.4 Amidst the Bowels of Earth
1.5 Democide
1.6 All Descending Suns
1.7 As They Reached the Womb
1.8 One By One They Died

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