DAVE LOMBARDO's PHILM: New Video Footage Available

Quality video footage of the Los Angeles-based experimental post-hardcore triumvirate PHILM — featuring drummer Dave Lombardo (SLAYER), guitarist/vocalist Gerry Nestler (CIVIL DEFIANCE), and bassist Pancho Tomaselli (WAR) — performing at Club My War O))) at the Dragonfly in Los Angeles in March 2010 can be viewed below.

PHILM recently entered the studio to record a seven-inch single for release via the 2010 Volcom Entertainment's Vinyl Club. The tracks were helmed by noted U.K. producer Piers Baron, who earlier worked with Lombardo and MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy Kilmister on their cover of the BEN E. KING classic "Stand By Me" for Flip Skateboards' 2009 "Extremely Sorry" movie soundtrack.

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