Last Days Here – Trailer

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(Youtube Direktdays, via Peter)

Schöner Trailer zur Doku „Last Days Here“ über Bobby Liebling, ehemaliger Sänger der Metalband Pentagram, der mit 50 im Keller der Eltern lebt und an der Nadel hängt. Erinnert natürlich sehr an „The Story of Anvil“, sieht aber etwas düsterer und hoffnungsloser aus.

LAST DAYS HERE, the new documentary from Don Argott and Demian Fenton (THE ART OF THE STEAL, ROCK SCHOOL), is a raw yet unexpectedly touching portrait of cult metal legend Bobby Liebling, chronicling his bid to resurrect his life and career after decades wasting away in his parents’ basement.Liebling made his mark in the ’70s as the outrageous frontman of Pentagram, a “street”Black Sabbath whose heavy metal riffs once blew audiences’ minds. But various acts of self-destruction,multiple band break-ups and botched record deals eventually condemned his music to obscurity. Now in his 50’s, wasted by hardcore drug use and living on the charity of his ever-patient mother and father (a former Nixon advisor), Bobby’s music is finally discovered by the heavy metal underground. For over three years filmmakers (and metal musicians) Argott and Fenton are witnesses to his unbelievable journey, following the triumphs and downfalls of this underground icon at the crossroads of life and death.

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  1. Jack Brooks

    Was für eine erbärmliche Gestalt.

  2. Flow

    @ Jack Brooks

    Was für ein erbärmlicher Comment..

  3. der alte Sack

    Das Problem ist, ich kenne die Band gar nicht, warum enden alle eigentlich die soviel Erfolg hatten so oft als Wracks, wenn ich nur 20 % von deren Geld hätte, was könnte ich da gutes dafür tun?

  4. Headbanger

    so schlimm kanns nicht sein wenn Bobby Liebling mit Pentagram 2011 beim SXSW war und dieses Jahr eine Europatour geplant ist.

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