Dead Procession started out as a keyboard driven ambient project and released two very limited tapes. However, after a split with Black Cilice in 2013, the act started incorporating vocals and adopting a grim overtone, a bit similar to those obscure black metal acts from back in the days. Yet, this isn't black metal. This is ritual doom, created only to exorcise demons and obtain a state of trance.
In fact, I have very little to compare this with. Sunn O))) might be an option, due to the fact that most of the tracks here are raw, primitive drone doom acts with haunting vocals, like mantras, and almost tribal drums. In a way, it might be better to compare this music with some of those ritual noise acts who focus on a hypnotic sound and a woeful atmosphere. This album is full of misery, pain and grief and I quite like that.
The absolute highlight of this album is also the longest track, 'No Labirinto'. It's a massive piece of drone doom, enhanced with equally mournful keyboards. Yet, you should definitely check out this entire album, not only because of its obscure nature but mainly because is probably the funereal think you've heard in decades. Hell, since I started playing this album, the sun is gone and it's pouring with rain.
What a delightfully dreadful day...