DAVE LOMBARDO's PHILM To Return To West Hollywood Next Week

Los Angeles-based experimental post-hardcore triumvirate PHILM, featuring drummer Dave Lombardo (SLAYER), guitarist/vocalist Gerry Nestler (CIVIL DEFIANCE), and bassist Pancho Tomaselli (WAR), will make a return appearance at the Whisky A Go-Go in West Hollywood, California on Tuesday, May 4. Also on the bill are VANNACUTT and DEATHRIDERS, featuring original ANTHRAX vocalist Neil Turbin.

PHILM recently completed recording its three-song demo at NRG Studios in North Hollywood, California with noted U.K. producer Piers Baron, who previously worked with Lombardo and MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy Kilmister on their cover of the BEN E. KING classic "Stand By Me" for Flip Skateboards' 2009 "Extremely Sorry" movie soundtrack. PHILM is also scheduled to release a seven-inch single through the 2010 Volcom Entertainment's Vinyl Club.

Photos of the band's April 19 Troubadour show with FIREBALL MINISTRY are posted at this location.

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