LAST DAYS HERE: DOCUMENTARY ABOUT PENTAGRAM’S BOBBY LIEBLING LOOKS ENTHRALLING
Anvil’s fifteen minutes was really due solely to the quality of the documentary made about them, and not at all due to their music. Pentagram have already enjoyed a longer shelf life and made superior art (at least in this blogger’s opinion) — but I wouldn’t be surprised if vocalist Bobby Liebling found himself the center of far more Anvil-esque mainstream attention following next month’s release of Last Days Here, a documentary that follows the singer “as he battles decades of hard drug addiction and personal demons to try and get his life back.” The trailer makes the film look absolutely enthralling:
Last Days Here, which also features interviews with Phil Anselmo and Jimmy Bower, will get a small theatrical release on March 2; if you’re not fortunate enough to live near a theater where it’s playing, it will be available on demand starting March 16. You can get more details from the film’s official website. While we await the release below is a clip to further entice you; in it, Liebling basically gambles his entire record collection that he’ll never smoke crack again. Devastating stuff.