PENTAGRAM Confirms Select US Shows In July And August

Doom legends, PENTAGRAM, have announced shows in the US later this month. These shows will follow the band’s previously announced festival dates in Europe throughout July. The complete list of dates including the US shows are listed below, as well at

In other news, premium subscription channel SHOWTIME just picked up the documentary “Last Days Here” from influential doom legends PENTAGRAM–showings can be found HERE.

PENTAGRAM’s most recent album, Last Rites, was released via Metal Blade Records on April 14, 2011 and their first ever official DVD (also out on Metal Blade), When the Screams Come, on August 30, 2011. Both releases were met by rave reviews from fans and critics alike and saw the band playing sets at infamous SXSW festival in Austin, Texas as well as tours across the US and dates in Europe.

Recently, after months of searching and reviewing literally hundreds of applicants from around the world, PENTAGRAM announced the addition of their new guitarist Matt Goldborough. His debut with the “Ram Family,” rounded out by Bobby Liebling on vocals, Greg Turley on bass guitar and Sean Saley on drums, was on April 16th, 2013 at the sold out show at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY. If that gig wasn’t special enough, the band performed songs not heard live in over 40 years! Inspired by a demand from the fans, Liebling and company pulled out rare gems, including Be Forewarned. This track and more can be viewed now at

07/19/2013 Glazart – Paris, FR
07/20/2013 Days Of Ceremony 2013 – Warsaw, Poland
07/22/2013 Metaldays, 2013 – Tolmin, Slovenia
07/27/2013 Farmageddon Fest – Clinton, MT
08/02/2013 Emo’s – Austin, TX
08/03/2013 Empire – Springfield, VA
08/04/2013 Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA

“No one has done doom better, for longer, than Bobby Liebling.” — SPIN Magazine

“an unsung American counterpart to Black Sabbath” — San Francisco Weekly

“Bobby Liebling’s vocals proved to be haunting yet comforting at the same time. The man has lost a lot to demons that kept him from achieving rock stardom decades ago, but his voice remains as powerful as it was then.” — LA Weekly