2017 picture disc vinyl edition of Pentagram's groundbreaking debut album featuring a special cut-out sleeve and the iconic baphomet design. The album was originally self-released in 1985 as Pentagram - later to be renamed Relentless and released by Peaceville in 1993 - after a long search for a suitable record label. Relentless remains the band's most highly regarded release and a staple of the doom genre. Starting life in the early-70s, Pentagram is one of the most enduring underground bands in heavy metal history. Influenced by British bands The Groundhogs and Black Sabbath, their own take on doom metal has subsequently influenced everyone from Paradise Lost to Cathedral. The band continue to tour and impress to this day, and though the band line-up has changed many times over the years, enigmatic vocalist Bobby Liebling remains at the helm, with Pentagram now widely regarded as a true cult band with a fanbase transcending generations.