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Pentagram - Relentless flac album

Performer: Pentagram
Title: Relentless
Style: Doom Metal,Heavy Metal,Stoner Metal
Duration: 42:48
Location: Gizmo
Relesed: 1985
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 929
Other formats: AUD VOC AIFF AC3 RA AU

Relentless is the debut studio album from Virginia doom metal band Pentagram. It was self-released in 1985 as Pentagram, but was reissued by Peaceville Records in 1993 with the new title and track listing. It was also issued as a two-disc split CD with Day of Reckoning in 1996 and then re-released again in 2005 as a digipak CD. The album is now commonly known as Relentless.

Pentagram (Relentless) . 1985. Black cloud hangs and it just won't leave though be wants to believe it's a Pentagram Hard to conceive and he tries to perceive but he's destined to grieve it's the Pentagram. Now don't know but it's happening to me Got the love from above but it's happening to me. I can't turn back now. Stories unfold but they've all been told When he sold his soul to the Pentagram And to end his life though the silver is old He will reach his goal by the Pentagram.

Relentless is the debut album from Pentagram. It was initially self-released in 1985 as Pentagram but was re-issued by Peaceville Records in 1993 with the new moniker and a new track listing. It was released as a 2 CD split with Day of Reckoning in 1996 and then re-released again in 2005 as a digipak. This album is now commonly known as Relentless

Now I don my electric axe I'm gonna lay you on your back All psyched up and ready to go Take you to hell and won't say hello. Walk with me through the black house What a wild trip You're such a louse Feel my power as it prevails As you listen to sinister tales.

Band Name Pentagram (USA). Album Name Relentless. Лейблы Peaceville Records. 3. Sign of the Wolf (Pentagram).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Death Row Victor Griffin Pentagram 4:14
2 All Your Sins Victor Griffin / Bobby Liebling Pentagram 4:38
3 Sign of the Wolf (Pentagram) Bobby Liebling Pentagram 3:10
4 The Ghoul Joe Hasselvander / Bobby Liebling Pentagram 5:14
5 Relentless Victor Griffin Pentagram 3:49
6 Run My Course Bobby Liebling Pentagram 2:46
7 Sinister Victor Griffin Pentagram 4:33
8 The Deist Victor Griffin Pentagram 3:48
9 You're Lost I'm Free Bobby Liebling Pentagram 2:17
10 Dying World Victor Griffin Pentagram 3:59
11 20 Buck Spin Bobby Liebling Pentagram 4:20


Victor Griffin - Composer, Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist, Producer
Joe Hasselvander - Composer, Drums, Member of Attributed Artist
Bobby Liebling - Audio Production, Composer, Liner Notes, Member of Attributed Artist, Producer, Vocals
Pentagram - Primary Artist
Martin Swaney - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
Reviews (1)
elegant stranger
Apart of an up-tempo pop song (no joke), the rest of Relentless finds Pentagram going for the hard road. Choosing decadent melodies and a bluesy vamp to high up the trip is the last road a rock band would choose to make their own contributions to music. Especially a 70s band like Pentagram, who based their whole career with these elements.Yeah, you understood right. Pentagram may be an 80s band, but they were founded in 1970, following the rules written by Blue Cheer and Deep Purple. Pentagram didn't want to act like a modern act because they were sensibily older than others during the time of their first album, and they knew it well. It's the kind of situation a lot of bands would not survive for long, but a lot of thanks have to be given to Bobby Liebling, who waited 15 years to see his dreams made true. This is bravery.The best cuts on Relentless are the ones that don't want to be impending (namely, the Griffin-penned songs), but instead inject a great amount of sleaze on the sound. "Relentless" and "Death Row", both first tracks on the two different editions of the album make it clear, and are totally different from dumb pieces like "The Ghoul" and the useless "You're Lost, I'm Free". Another melodic intruder is "Sign of the Wolf", a song worth of bands like The Ramones. However, cuts like "Dying World" or "20 Buck Spin" have good chops, but feel like bar songs. Maybe the production, muddy and cavernous but not enough to be innovative, is what penalizes the album the most. But overall it's a high quality album, especially in a genre when certian bands are incapable of write memorable melodies.Highlights:"Death Row", "Sign of the Wolf (Pentagram)", "Relentless".

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