Portrayal of Guilt is hitting the road this summer with their first U.S. tour since the release of their latest album “Devil Music.” The band has been receiving rave reviews for the album, which boasts a unique approach to heavy music and themes of affliction, isolation, and underworld allusion.
Fans can expect to hear new material from the album, as well as reimagined versions of the same songs, which replace traditional guitars and bass with an orchestral string section, acoustic bass, and brass. It’s a bold and experimental move that cements Portrayal of Guilt as a band that plays by no one’s rules but their own.
Breaking away from industry standards, PoG chose to release the entire orchestral B-side as a short film, which was later made available on DVD. This bold move is reminiscent of black metal pioneers Celtic Frost and the avant-garde corners of the genre.
Fans of heavy metal and experimental music won’t want to miss this tour. PoG’s unique sound and willingness to push boundaries make them a must-see act. Get ready to be blown away by their intense energy and innovative approach to music.
The tour kicks off on August 15th in El Paso, TX, and will take the band through Texas, the Midwest, the West Coast, Chicago, Nashville, and more. Joining them on the road are support acts Gag, Nuclear Daisies, Fearing, and Secret Shame.
Tickets go on sale Friday, June 30th, at 10 AM local time, so don’t wait to secure your spot at what is sure to be an unforgettable show.