Portrayal Of Guilt are releasing their second album of 20201, CHRISTFUCKER, next month. They announced it with lead single “Possession” and today they’re back with “…where the suffering never ends,” a terrifying blast of noise that breaks apart into a screaming match. Its music video, directed by Craig Murray, depicts a camping trip that turns into a hellish nightmare. Murray explains:
I wanted to make an immersive film, which takes the viewer on a progressive journey that never seems to end. I had a structured idea that I wanted to shoot, but also shot loads of ominous scenes that could develop new ideas about the story for the viewer. The initial edit was between 15-20 minutes long, leaving me no option but to cut it down. I decided to leave the opening act as long as I could by extending the intro sounds, which are various parts of the song slowed down and reversed. We camped overnight in the forest to shoot the film in a mostly chronological order, between us we had over 1000 harvest mite bites by the end of it…
CHRISTFUCKER is out 11/5 via Run For Cover Records. Pre-order it here.