HEAR INDUSTRIAL POST PUNK & GRINDCORE ACCORDING TO portrayal of guilt
portrayal of guilt has become one of my favorite bands recently and I listen to their Let Pain Be Your Guide at least once a week. So we feel honored that the band have shared with use some records that have not only shaped their sound but have also have had a HUGE impact on their lives! portrayal of guilt will be hitting the road on the CVLT Nation sponsored LOUDER THAN LIGHT Tour 2019 with Skeletonwitch, Soft Kill Wiegedood Martyrdöd and Devil Master and before that they have dates happening in April.
Twisted Nerve: Séance –
Post-punk influences every member of P.O.G. in some way. I came across Twisted Nerve on YouTube via In Depth Music who runs an insane YouTube channel, uploading rare post-punk and goth rock. Séance has been on repeat since. It’s a blissful dark masterpiece.
Fearless Iranians From Hell: Self-Titled EP –
What’s not to like about a band dressing up as terrorists at a time the American government was spreading fearful rhetoric about Iranians? Also from my original hometown of San Antonio, TX.
Anenzaphalia: Transmits From St. Petersbourgh –
One of the first Anenzaphalia albums I came across and one of the only live albums from anyone I like. Hypnotizing and reflects the hate, destruction and fear we live around.
Throbbing Gristle: Journey Through A Body –
I’m a huge fan of everything Genesis P-Orridge creates. This album sounds like TG shrouded in a dark veil.
Nine Inch Nails: Broken –
Everything about this EP is flawless, just listen.
Discordance Axis: The Inalienable Dreamless –
This is my favorite grindcore record of all time. I found out about this album among countless others from a massive hard drive full of music that I was gifted when I was 16. 17 songs in 24 minutes, perfect for my short attention span.
No Comment: Downsided –
I think I relate most to the depressed, pissed off lyrics throughout this EP. 7 minutes of non-stop ripping. One of my favorites.
Mortician: Hacked Up For Barbecue –
Brutal DM with sci-fi/horror movie samples and drum machines. Another favorite.
Pg.99 & Majority Rule: Document #12 –
My favorite material from both bands as well as my favorite split. The songwriting on this record is perfectly dark, emotional and honest. As real as it gets
With pageninetynine and Majority Rule:
APR 13 – Seattle, WA – The Vera Project
APR 14 – Portland, OR – High Water Mark (EARLY SHOW)
APR 14 – Portland, OR – Tonic (LATE SHOW)
APR 15 – Arcata, CA – RampArt Skatepark
APR 17 – Berkeley, CA – 924 Gilman
APR 18 – Oakland, CA – Starline Social Club
APR 19 – Los Angeles, CA – Catch One
APR 21 – San Diego, CA – Che Cafe
May 1 – PHILADELPHIA, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
May 2 – BOSTON, MA – Once Ballroom
May 3 – BROOKLYN, NY – Saint Vitus
May 5 – BALTIMORE, MD – Metro Gallery
May 6 – RICHMOND, VA – Richmond Music Hall
May 8 – RALEIGH, NC – Kings
May 9 – ASHEVILLE, NC – The Mothlight
May 10 – ATLANTA, GA – The Earl
May 11 – TAMPA, FL – Crowbar
May 12 – GAINESVILLE, FL – The Atlantic
May 13 – SAVANNAH, GA – The Jinx
May 15 – NEW ORLEANS, LA – Gasa Gasa
May 16 – HOUSTON, TX – White Oak Music Hall
May 17 – AUSTIN, TX – Barracuda
May 18 – DALLAS, TX – Curtain Club
May 20 – PHOENIX, AZ – Rebel Lounge
May 21 – SAN DIEGO, CA – Brick by Brick
May 22 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Teragram Ballroom