Computer Paul is back with Pentateuch!
Immediate Press Release Oct 23, 2012
Kingston, Jamaica: Roots rock reggae from Jamaica is once again poised to impact the world one week from today when Pentateuch Band launches their debut album “The Genesis” on October 30, 2012 at the Edna Manley College of the performing Arts. This fourteen track album will be released worldwide through Zojak distribution, for sale on all major online music retail outlets, and will feature the massive hit single “Blackface”.
The name Pentateuch is Greek and it represents the first five chapters of the bible, and was chosen by the band to symbolize its five members, Kevor “Vor” Williams on lead vocals, Brady “Jah Bradez” Robinson on drums, Andrew “Worm” Ayre on bass, Andrade “Drade” Bowen on keyboards and Garth “Duckie” Forester on guitar.
This spiritually conscious, young and talented group was formed in 2009 at the Edna Manley College of the Performing Arts where they were all enrolled as students. The band made its debut at the Roots Underground, Dub Tonic Cru promoted event billed “Bands Incorporated” that same year, where the response to their music was overwhelming. This positive feedback was largely attributed to their socially conscious lyrics, catchy melodic hooks, and a spectacular musical performance.
Pentateuch has become synonymous with giving their fans great musical performances, and has built a strong underground following which keeps growing at every performance. “The Genesis” was produced by legendary hitmaker/ Producer Paul “Computer Paul” Henton whose production skills have graced Jimmy Cliff’s Billboard chart hit “I can see clearly now” and many others. Pentateuch promises a treat for roots reggae fans of all ages and races, and from all indications their debut album will be a resounding success, and the catalyst to launch the international careers of this gifted and conscious reggae band.
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