Several things will happen when you listen to the opening track of Four Phantoms, the latest work of Seattle funeral doom duo Bell Witch. Your neck will get weak and your head will hang low in reverence. Your spine will tingle as a chill takes hold, and you’ll feel what seems like cold fingers up and down your back. Any comfort or rest you may find in the quiet spaces will soon be betrayed by bassist Dylan Desmond’s sorrowful chords and drummer Adrian Guerra’s monolithically slow tempo. And it’ll be there, in the relentless dirge and mournful howling, that you’ll feel a presence.