Music fans will get this. The legendary doom metal band, Pentagram, released a live performance clip from their DVD collection, All Your Sins. The clip contains the tracks “Relentless” and “Broken Vows,” recorded at the Hung Jury Pub in 1987. The thing that true music fans will get is that despite the absolute shit quality, both in audio and , the intruding crowd noise and the inaudible vocals, that opening riff of “Relentless” is absolutely mind-blowing. It hits something inside you that’s primal. This is the sort of energy and holy union of notes that when a real music fans hears them, no matter how bad the quality is, their jaw drops and they gasp, “holy shit!”
Do yourself a favor and get moved by the what’s contained in the player above.
All Your Sins features over seven hours of numerous electrifying concerts spanning three decades — all straight from the band’s collection. The collection was released on March 31st, via Peaceville Records. Place your order here.
This first-ever official Pentagram video collection recovers, repairs, and resurrects the earliest known footage of this doom metal pioneer. Two DVDs packed with priceless archive footage, as well as recent shows, All Your Sins – Video Vault unearths the rumored lost visual evidence pent up in the Ram Family vault for decades. This definitive collection contains over seven hours of footage from nine venues and numerous historical shows, including a charged performance at the legendary CBGBs club in 1985 — a mass of classic renditions from the band’s catalog finally gathered together for a live journey spanning over 30 years.
Rock Hard \m/