PENTAGRAM At Norway's HOLE IN THE SKY Festival; Video Available

PENTAGRAM, the band led by the "Godfather of U.S. doom," Brooklyn-born Bobby Liebling, performed the Hole in the Sky festival (a.k.a. Bergen Metal Fest X) on August 29, 2009 in Bergen, Norway.

Fan-filmed video footage of the band's concert can be viewed below (courtesy of "OndeOrm").

For the first time in 25 years, Bobby Liebling returned to New York City on March 6 for a headlining PENTAGRAM performance at Webster's Hall. The show was filmed for the 9.14 Pictures ("Rock School", "Two Days In April") documentary, "Last Rites: The Fall & Rise of Bobby Liebling".

On stage with Liebling was ex-'RAM family member, Gary Isom (SPIRIT CARAVAN) on drums, who joined Liebling live again for the first time in nearly 15 years. This show introduced the shredding talents of D.C.'s Russ Strahan on guitar and the heavier-than-Hades rumble of Mark Ammen (UNORTHODOX) on bass.


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