Watch Portrayal of Guilt’s intense new video for “…where the suffering never ends”

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Portrayal of Guilt have just shared a new video for “…where the suffering never ends.” The video for the track, which appears on new album Christfucker (out November 5 via Run for Cover), is directed by Craig Murray and depicts a lovely picnic turned psychedelic horror.

Murray says of the video, “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…”

Watch the Portrayal of Guilt “…where the suffering never ends” video below.

Christfucker follows January’s We Are Always Alone, which was on our list of the Best Albums of 2021 so far.

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