A damn good night for rock music at Philly’s Underground Arts venue was had as the legendary Pentagram rolled through with Satan’s Satyrs, Electric Citizen, and Righteous Bloom. Blow The Scene‘s Dante Torrieri was on hand to deliver a stellar set of photos below the fold for your viewing pleasure.
Maryland’s Righteous Bloom, formally known as Beelzefuzz played a solid set to kick off the evening. The band recently completed tracking for a debut album to be released by Church Within Records in 2016 with mixing currently being done by the renowned Richard Whittaker (The Clash, The Who). Electric Citizen killed it delivering a no frills set of high octane rock ‘n’ roll. The band is currently mixing a sophomore album at Easy Eye Studio in Nashville with producer Brian Olive and engineer Collin Dupuis (The Black Keys, Tomahawk, Jeff the Brotherhood).
Satan’s Satyrs who feature Electric Wizard’s Clayton Burgess, released a latest album Don’t Deliver Us on October 30th via Bad Omen Records. The band teamed up with Revolver Magazine to debut new song, “You-Know-Who,” which you can stream below the fold. The album continues to receive praise from both critics and fans alike.
The pioneers of American doom metal, Pentagram recently teamed up with Noisey to stream its latest album, Curious Volume, on Peaceville Records which can be sampled below the fold. The album features eleven classic heavy metal compositions with catchy hooks from core band members Victor Griffin, Greg Turley, and Bobby Liebling (Pete Campbell on the drums completes the band’s line-up), Curious Volume was recorded with Swedish producer Mattias Nilsson at studios located in Maryland and Virginia. Additional recording took place in Tennessee with Grammy-nominated producer, Travis Wyrick, who also produced Pentagram‘s previous album, Last Rites. The album’s cover artwork was provided courtesy of Richard Schouten.
Commenting on the shirt Liebling is wearing in a Torrieri photo featured below- Pentagram‘s camp commented- “He puts on that shirt to channel Hendrix and quotes him by saying, “its all about love”. He’s not f=&%ing the amps, he’s making love to them.” And make love to the amps they did, and it never sounded so good.
Listening samples and links for purchase available below.
All photos by Blow The Scene Senior Staff Photographer Dante Torrieri (Useless Rebel Imaging)