March 6 and March 7, 2009 will bear witness to return of the authentic, pioneering madman Bobby Liebling and Pentagram. This legendary U.S. deity of dark rock and doom will cast its shadow for two nights only, in New York City and Baltimore.
For the first time in 25 years, the "Godfather Of U.S. Doom," Brooklyn-born Bobby Liebling returns to New York City. He and Pentagram bring their relentless, revolutionary, buzz saw rock to Webster's Hall on Friday, March 6, 2009. The show will also be filmed for the 9.14 Pictures ("Rock School", "Two Days In April") documentary, "Last Rites: The Fall & Rise Of Bobby Liebling".
The burning rays will again ignite the very next night, March 7, 2009, as a kindling fire is again prepared for the sign of the wolf. Sonar in Baltimore, Maryland is the sight of this second and final sonic sance. Reside alongside the human hurricane when he and the 'RAM family bleed their inescapable and highly influential lava riffs into the hearts of the heavy.
On stage with Liebling will be ex-'RAM family member, Gary Isom (Spirit Caravan) on drums, who joins Liebling live again for the first time in nearly 15 years. These shows will introduce the shredding talents of D.C.'s Russ Strahan on guitar and the heavier-than-Hades rumble of Mark Ammen (Unorthodox) on bass. Very special guests include Dutch doom rockers The Devil's Blood, Philadelphia's heavily melodic instrumentalists Serpent Throne (Baltimore only) and more to be announced.
Thanks for the report to Blabbermouth.net.