Erie, Pennsylvania's Abjection Ritual underwent a large stylistic shift prior to working on their new album. The duo expanded to include more instrumentation while still maintaining electronic elements.
The result is a fusion of harrowing death, doom, and sludge metal accentuated by harsh industrial and atmospheric tones. This sort of "Neurosis–Godflesh–Indian" triad is intriguing and makes songs like "Old Sins," the closing track to their album Soul Of Ruin, Body Of Filth, incredibly exciting.
The finale runs nine and a half minutes—a fitting, momentous end to a captivating record. It's littered with harsh feedback and thunderous bass. Intermittent, industrial crashes serve as exclamation points for screamed verses. Much of the track's middle section features dark ambient soundscapes. Holistically speaking, it certainly feels very much like Enemy of the Sun-era Neurosis.