PENTAGRAM Announce New Lineup, Begin Work On New Material

Legendary doom metallers PENTAGRAM are currently working on material for their new album, tentatively due in early 2004.

Joining vocalist Bobby Liebling in the new lineup are Kelly Carmichael (guitar, INTERNAL VOID), Adam S. Heinzmann (bass, INTERNAL VOID) and Mike Smail (drums, PENANCE).

"We're working up some old stuff ['70s era songs], and also working on original material as well," Adam said in an official statement.

"Kelly, Mike and myself have been jammin' for the last week and things are really coming together. We hope to be in the studio sometime in September. Playing live has also been discussed.

"I believe this line up was born out of conversations between Chris and Bobby. I got a call from Chris Kozlowski asking if I was interested and the next day, Kelly called asking the same question. It didn't take me very long to decide."


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