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Pentagram - Sub-Basement (CD, Album)

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  1. Jugrel says:
    Thus begins the ultimate in crushingly plowing and piledrivin' Pentagram overtures amidst many, on this, its sixth full-length'd album overall, titled Sub-Basement and released on CD/12" vinyl in under Italy's Black Widow Records.
  2. Fauzahn says:
    Jan 30,  · album "sub-basement" Slipknot- Sefltitled Album (Slipknot) (10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION) (Full Album)(HQ Audio) - Duration: Twisted Mind Music Entertainment , views.
  3. Sacage says:
    Relentless is the debut studio album from Virginia doom metal band adgeupormanirehoutohoderedi.coinfo was self-released in as Pentagram, but was reissued by Peaceville Records in with the new title and track listing. It was also issued as a two-disc split CD with Day of Reckoning in and then re-released again in as a digipak CD. The album is now commonly known as Relentless.
  4. Fejind says:
    First Daze Here (The Vintage Collection) () is the first of two compilations of s material by Virginia doom metal band Pentagram released on Relapse adgeupormanirehoutohoderedi.coinfo was followed by First Daze Here Too (). It marked the first time that these early Pentagram recordings were officially released with worldwide distribution.
  5. Samuzuru says:
    Nov 17,  · If you want to hear good pentagram definitely go with relentless era. sub basement isn't bad, but if you are looking for that more classic sabbathy blues stoner metal, relentless is just amazing. sub basement is more modern style stoner metal with sludgy guitars spacey intervals and lyrics about the dark side, so yeah its cool but more for an established pentagram fan/5(19).
  6. Zulkijar says:
    Pentagram: Sub-Basement CD Bonus Tracks Season Of Mist USA SOM NEW. $ Free shippingSeller Rating: % positive.
  7. Groktilar says:
    Featuring a mix of newer and older songs, as is always the case with a Pentagram album, Sub-Basement starts with a bang and from there, rarely lets up from Joe Hasselvander’s heavy and groovy riffs. Bloodlust, Buzzsaw and Drive Me To The Grave kick off the album with three straight to the point heavy metal ragers.
  8. Mikabar says:
    This album, like 's spectacular Review Your Choices, splits the tracklist down the middle between remakes of obscure 70's-era Pentagram songs and brand-spankin' new tracks. The old tracks tend to be more on the less gloomy side (although very heavy and dark compared to most music), while the new songs are slow, heavy, frightening doom metal dirges with harrowing vocals courtesy of Bobby Liebling/5(18).
  9. Mujar says:
    With the exhuming of Pentagram 's '70s musical corpse now on its way to becoming an international pass-time, it's only fitting that the seminal underground band attempt to capitalize on the unexpected surge of interest by releasing the occasional new studio album, as well.5/

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