This is among the most highly revered albums in the Doom subgenre. The musicianship is top notch. The guitars have a rather unique sound, but it fits the album very well. Joe's drumming is great (as expected) and it drives everything along very nicely. Lee's has some interesting basslines which stick out, not surprisingly very similar to Geezer Butler. The most remarkable thing in terms of the music on this album is Bobby's vocals - they are incredibly unique. Unlike most vocalists in the Doom subgenre, Bobby sticks to his own voice rather than trying to imitate Ozzy (this is probably because Pentagram itself is only two years younger than Black Sabbath). This is one of (if not THE) quintessential Doom release.
All of Your Sins
(Pentagram) Sign of the Wolf