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Tag Archives: Pantera

Here’s a new song from Pantera bassist Rex Brown

Posted by on April 21, 2017

As one quarter of Pantera, Rex Brown found himself in one of the  biggest bands of the last quarter century. He continued his streak in Down, along with Phil Anselmo, until 2011. Since then, he’s played with Kill Devil Hill, another Southern metal-leaning band that’s released two albums. And while Kill Devil Hill is still […]

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Phil Anselmo found one unreleased Pantera song

Posted by on April 19, 2017

Phil Anselmo (Superjoint, Down, Pantera) spoke with Capital Chaos TV discussing multiple subjects ranging from horror films, his thoughts on the latest Superjoint album, and more. As the conversation continued to diversify, Anselmo was asked if there was any unreleased Pantera material. He responded: “That’s interesting because I did find a track I cannot make heads […]

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Philip Anselmo, Mastodon’s Troy Sanders talk penis size

Posted by on March 29, 2017

This Friday (31) Mastodon’s new album Emperor of Sand comes out, and we have been looking forward to it. We listened to new songs including “Sultan’s Curse,” “Andromeda,” and the band’s close brush with death in their “Show Yourself” music video. And while Brent Hinds’ might still think Judas Priest aren’t metal, we believe Mastodon are, and Emperor of Sand […]

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The Count from ‘Sesame Street’ lip-syncing Pantera is everything

Posted by on March 23, 2017

Yesterday was a relatively momentous occasion for Pantera fans, as it was the 23rd anniversary of their seventh album, Far Beyond Driven. Granted, that’s not a milestone year like Vulgar Display of Power, which celebrated it’s 20th anniversary last month, but really, if it gave you an opportunity to dust off one of Pantera’s finest hours, […]

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Pantera bassist Rex Brown signs with eOne

Posted by on February 28, 2017

Legendary Pantera bassist Rex Brown has signed a worldwide deal with eOne Records. Brown plans to release his yet-to-be-titled debut solo LP later this year. Brown emphasized, “I’ve been working on these songs for a long time.” Brown’s solo effort includes him on guitar and vocals for the first time in his career. He promises the […]

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Anthrax, Mayhem, Khemmis, Richard Christy & more reflect on Pantera’s ‘Vulgar Display of Power’ at 25

Posted by on February 24, 2017

On February 25th, 1992, Pantera released their fifth album, Vulgar Display of Power. From it’s album cover of an unfortunate dude getting clocked in the face to the eleven tracks on the album, it was instantly an iconic album. In addition to arguably being the high point of the band’s career, it was influential to countless metal […]

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Here’s Metallica, Slipknot and more played without distortion

Posted by on February 22, 2017

Ever wonder what some of your favorite metal songs would sound like without distortion? YouTubers Joey and Brandon did and made a two-minute medley of tracks by the likes of Metallica, Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Born of Osiris, Slayer, Job For A Cowboy, Pantera and A Day To Remember. It’s not the first time this has been […]

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Watch Scour play Pantera’s “Strength Beyond Strength” at first live show

Posted by on February 21, 2017

This past Sunday, Scour made their live debut in New Orleans. The supergroup, which features Philip Anselmo along with members of Pig Destroyer, Cattle Decapitation and Decrepit Birth, released a six-song EP last year, and to pad out their first live set, they played Pantera’s “Strength Beyond Strength.” Not surprisingly, a combination of some awesome […]

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Spotify playlist: Vangough’s Clay Withrow shares driving playlist

Posted by on February 7, 2017

  On March 17th, prog metal trio will be releasing their latest album, Warpaint. The seven track album is a year in the making, and the band have toured the country opening for the likes of Fates Warning and Pain of Salvation. All that time on the road means that the band listen to a lot of music, and […]

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Phil Anselmo opens up about childhood abuse in Rolling Stone

Posted by on December 22, 2016

We’re all sick to death of the think-pieces and analysis of the Dimebash incident by now. Phil Anselmo apologized once, said he wouldn’t keep groveling at the feet of the music community beyond that, and the articles and peer interviews keep rolling in. It’s obvious that no one on either side of the popular opinion […]

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