An album of remixes from a Metal band, perhaps not very usual, and much less will be of a band based on Doom/Death Metal, from ... Portugal! And the versions deal with, on the same topic! But even this idea is one more favourable point.
Gravitating around "The Circle (Erosion Part I)", which opens the same way to work in connection to "Erosion" and at the same time, serve as a comparison to the new outfit brought by Sanford Parker (Minsk and the Buried At Sea), Echoes of Yul, the Portuguese projects Bosque and DJ Mofo and Spaniards Sons of Bronson (Toni Querol, from Lords of Bukkake), a little over 30 minutes of music show a marked remodelling of the original theme, with some new vocalizations, more atmospheric tunes, but always painted in gray tones, creating gloomy scenarios, but at the same time absorbing.
There are five views of one subject and many others around here that could be possibly bring something new in his interpretation of music from Process of Guilt.
Derivative in its way, none of the interpretations is "leaning" to the original, here and there is a line of guitars, a drum beat "withdrawal" from the original, but in essence, everything is deconstructed and created a new musical base.
We are therefore far from land on which we normally see the quartet move, but they are still barren, eroded by the action of the elements, to listen, bluntly.
Who was looking for the successor of "Ocean Remixes /reinterpretations" of Isis, or any work of Jesu, may well find it here, before it runs out! (15/20)