The name Pentateuch is Greek and it represents the first five chapters of the bible, and was chosen to symbolise its five members, Kevor 'Vor' Williams on lead
vocals, Brady 'Jah Bradez' Robinson on drums, Andrew 'Worm' Ayre on bass, Andrade 'Dradi' Bowen on keyboards and Garth 'Duckie' Forester on guitar.
The band made its debut at the Roots Underground, Dub Tonic Kru-promoted event billed 'Bands Incorporated' that same year, with their powerful “Black Face”
single which has won them hosts of adoring fans as well as tremendous respect from loyal reggae supporters.
Pentateuch has become synonymous with giving their fans not only a great musical treat, but also providing food for the soul with their incessant cry for
universal love. They have built a strong underground following which keeps growing at every appearance.
The band is currently working on their first studio album with legendary hitmaker Paul 'Computer Paul' Henton, whose production skills have graced Jimmy Cliff's
Billboard chart hit I Can See Clearly Now, and many others.