This is one of the most monstrous doom metal compositions I've heard in a long time. Crunchy guitars give way to angelic leads while the deeper-than-Hell gutturals rip your soul out. A prime example of how you can make doom metal interesting even with a longer running time of songs. The part that begins around 11:40 in the first song instantly sold me on this record. Such beautiful carnage!
Favorite track: ...And Masses Spat Upon All That is Holy.