Liturgy Announce Tour, Share New Music “God of Love”: Hear

Brooklyn-based metallic quartet Liturgy have launched a brand new music, “God of Love.” It’s the group’s first new monitor since 2015’s The Ark Work. Take heed to the eight-minute “God of Love” beneath.

Liturgy: “God of Love”
(by way of Bandcamp)

In October 2018, Liturgy founder, vocalist, and guitarist Hunter Hunt-Hendrix debuted his multi-disciplinary opera Origin of the Alimonies. This fall, on November 16, a 20-piece chamber orchestra—comprised of Liturgy and the Sonic Increase ensemble—will carry out the piece on the REDCAT in Downtown Los Angeles.

Tomorrow night time (September 6), Liturgy—whose lineup presently options Hunt-Hendrix, Bernard Gann (guitar), Tia Vincent-Clark (bass), and Leo Didkovsky (drums)—will debut new materials at Brooklyn’s Market Lodge. Try all of Liturgy’s upcoming tour dates, in addition to the trailer for Origin of the Alimonies, the only art work for “God of Love,” and a poster for the Market Lodge live performance, beneath.

Learn Pitchfork’s 2015 characteristic “The Liturgy Manifesto.”


09-06 Brooklyn, NY – Market Lodge
11-09 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar
11-10 Los Angeles, CA – Zebulon
11-16 Los Angeles, CA – REDCAT
11-17 San Francisco, CA – Backside of the Hill
11-19 Portland, OR – Paris Theater
11-20 Seattle, WA – Highline

Liturgy: “God of Love”



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