If you still haven't listened to Pentagram's new offering Curious Volume, now you can. After confirming U.S. tour dates, heavy doom metallers Pentagram have shared their entire new album which can be streamed right here before its official release later this week. Enjoy it while you can!
US doom metal legends Pentagram announced a US headlining tour, set to kick off in Philadelphia, PA on September 30th. Electric Citizen and Satan's Satyrs will join them for the nine city trek Pentagram recently reunited with Peaceville Records for a new studio album, Curious Volume, due out August 28th. A full list of dates can be seen below.
Legendary U.S. doom metal band Pentagram will release their new studio album, Curious Volume, on August 28th via Peaceville Records. So far, the band has released the song "Misunderstood" before as a first appetizer. But now there is more to be enjoyed. The second track, "Walk Alone", can now be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below. Did you like it?
The doom is upon us, at least Pentagram's brand of heavy doom. The band has premiered the first song from their new album Curious Volume. If you want to hear it, just click play on the SoundCloud player below. According to the band's management, "although this song sounds nothing like the rest of the album, it does fit right in, especially when you consider the lyrics. I think it reflects Bobby's life-long love of The Dead Boys and other street rock bands."
U.S. doom metal band Pentagram reunites with Peaceville Records for its new studio album, Curious Volume, to be released on August 28th. Featuring 11 classic heavy metal compositions with catchy hooks from core band members Victor Griffin, Greg Turley, and Bobby Liebling (Pete Campbell on the drums completes the lineup), the album was recorded with Swedish producer Mattias Nilsson at studios located in Maryland and Virginia. The album's cover artwork is courtesy of Richard Schouten. Check it out below along with more details regarding the release.
Good news from Pentagram today. Peaceville Records just announced the re-signing of US doom metal legends Pentagram for their forthcoming studio album, set to be released in the summer of 2015. The influential American band also announced a line-up change. Sean Saley has decided to step down from the drum throne. "Minnesota" Pete Campbell will step in to complete recording and touring duties throughout 2015. Campbell is best known for his drumming with Victor Griffin's In-Graved, Place Of Skulls and stoners Sixty Watt Shaman.
Doom metal legends Pentagram are about to release an extensive double-disc DVD collection, titled All Your Sins, on February 23rd via Peaceville Records. The set features over seven hours of numerous concerts spanning three decades from the band's collection. To get a taste of what's to come, a trailer for All Your Sins can now be seen below. Enjoy!
US doom metal legends Pentagram are set to release their extensive double-disc DVD collection, titled All Your Sins, via Peaceville Records. Featuring over 6 hours of numerous electrifying concerts spanning three decades - all straight from the band's collection - All Your Sins is due for release in February 2015. Take a look at the cover below.
Doom legends Pentagram are returning to the road this October and November for select shows in the midweast and on the east coast. Support will come from psychedelic blues outfit Radio Moscow, proto-metal innovators Bang, and Brooklyn stoner rockers King's Destroy. The confirmed list of dates is available below, with a few still to be confirmed.
Victor Griffin is returning to Pentagram for live shows and a new studio album. After taking a break from the band to bring Victor Griffin's In-Graved around the world, the doom metal guitar master returns to his main fold. The realigned lineup featuring the Liebling/Griffin duo backed by Greg Turley on bass and Sean Saley on drums will embark on a long awaited tour of the West Coast area in February and March. When not touring the world, the band will be working hard on a new album for release in 2014.
After months of searching and reviewing hundreds of applicants from around the world, Pentagram has announced Matt Goldborough as their new guitarist. Matt Goldborough is a Philadelphia based musician and composer. He is most recently known as part of the Philadelphia rock band, The Great Unknown.
US doom metal legends, Pentagram, will be returning to the road in 2013 in Europe, as well as North America, for select shows and festivals. The band will once again perform at Maryland Death Fest as well as Farmageddon Records Music Festival, Metaldays (Slovenia), Barroselas Metalfest XVI (Portugal), and more. The band's complete list of confirmed performances can be found below.
Legendary doom metallers Pentagram are auditioning new guitar players. Guitarist Victor Griffin is performing his farewell shows during the October/November European Relentless Tour. He has decided to focus on his solo career from this point on.
Washington, D.C.-area punk and metal bassist Vance Bockis has died at the age of 50. The musician, who played in such bands as The Obsessed, 9353 and Pentagram, in addition to fronting The Factory, passed away at his home in Fairfax County, Virginia, from complications following shoulder surgery.
Legendary cult doom act Pentagram are set to play a very special set for the first Power Of The Riff - East festival on September 1st in Brooklyn, New York. The band will perform its album Relentless (the album Pentagram re-released in 1993 with the same songs in another order) in its entirety for the first time since the early 1980's. Pentagram will also play other songs spanning the group's career, including tracks from their most recent album Last Rites. The influential doom outfit will also support Down in Philadelphia and Maryland.