Victor Griffin Interview: Pentagram, Place of Skulls “I’m a better me than I used to be…”

Victor Griffin interview: pre-Pentagram days, struggles with drugs and alcohol, getting thrown off the tour with Black Sabbath and his subsequent very cool apology to Tony Iommi, crowning highs and self-sabotaging lows, the redemption of a great love story and finding God when he needed him. Plus, guitars, amps, the actual amp settings Victor uses to get his amazing tone, Sudsy Malones, compassion and a TON of really cool stuff. One of my favorites:

Pentagram’s longest tenured guitar player and founder of Death Row (Pentagram predecessor), Victor dives deep in this extremely cool interview. Some wild stories here including the one about the first guitar Victor was given, by a friend of his father… who was sadly shot that same night!

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