Process Of Guilt started their existence as a band throughout the Portraits of Regret recordings in early 2002, having their foundations firmly based in doom/death metal music. In late 2003, the quartet recorded Demising Grace and showed a new level in the development of their music. Incorporating a more organic feel to their own vision, the four musicians gave a stronger and more concise production to their own brand of doom/death. Between 2003 and 2005, the considerable list of live appearances can thus be crowned with performances alongside Morgion and Mourning Beloveth. Besides the intense live activity there was also an effort to create a new set of songs that were in line with the enduring expansion of the band. In late December of 2005, the recordings for the full-length album Renounce finally begun. Mastered at the Cutting Room Studios, in Sweden, by Thomas Eberger (who worked with bands like Katatonia, Opeth and Daylight Dies), the album took the band to all four corners of their native country, impressing fans with their devastating performances and also sharing the stage with acts as diverse as Katatonia, The Ocean, Intronaut, Minsk, A Storm Of Light, Swallow The Sun, Napalm Death or Rotten Sound. Paving the ground for the release of their second full-length, titled Erosion, Process of Guilt recently unleashed three limited releases on the masses:a split 10” with british master of mystery Caïna, a remastered version of Demising Grace on pro-CDr and the tape versions of the debut album and the first two demos.