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Tag Archives: Phil Anselmo

Watch Phil Anselmo recall pooping on stage in new animation video

Posted by on August 15, 2017

Prior to joining Pantera in the mid-eighties, Phil Anselmo once had spiked hair, spandex and experienced pooping his pants live on stage. It is most likely on the top of his list of the most embarrassing moments in his life. Today (15), Loudwire published a brand new animated video of the singer recalling the time […]

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Warbeast play farewell gig with Phil Anselmo, Edwin Neal, and more on vocals

Posted by on July 17, 2017

Bruce Corbitt recently performed his final show with Warbeast this past May, and now, these thrashers held their farewell gig this past Friday (14) at the Rail Club in Texas. Filling in for the frontman who was forced to retire due to cancer of the esophagus were artists Phil Anselmo, Edwin (Hitchhiker) Neal, and Wayne […]

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Video/interview: Rex Brown gives rundown of discography

Posted by on July 5, 2017

While perhaps getting the least spotlight of the four memebers in Pantera, bassist Rex Brown was a driving force behind the multi-platinum band from it’s just after it’s formation in 1981 to their breakup in 2003. His time in Pantera also led to playing bass for sludge-metal supergroup Down for their sophomore album, and more […]

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Final Warbeast album coming in August

Posted by on June 7, 2017

Last month, we heard the unfortunate news that Warbeast singer Bruce Corbitt was being forced to retire after being diagnosed with stage three cancer of the esophagus. While he’s sadly done with the band, at least he got to record an album with the band before having to bow out. Enter the Arena will be released on Phil […]

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Warbeast’s final show will include guest appearances by Phil Anselmo and more

Posted by on June 5, 2017

Phil Anselmo, Edwin Neal, and Wayne Abney (Hammer Witch) are scheduled to fill in for Warbeast vocalist Bruce Corbitt at their CD release event on July 14th at The Rail Club in Ft. Worth Texas.  It will be the band’s final performance resulting from Corbitt’s recent cancer of the esophagus diagnosis. Last week, the frontman […]

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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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Phil Anselmo, actor Bill Moseley get weird with “Bad Donut”

Posted by on January 11, 2017

Last year, for obvious reasons, we didn’t hear much from Phil Anselmo. He popped up towards the end of the year with Scour and Superjoint, and now the first song from yet another project, Bill and Phil, has surfaced. The “Phil” in the title refers to Bill Moseley, and actor you might recognize from House of 1000 […]

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Metal Insider’s 10 most shocking moments of 2016

Posted by on December 30, 2016

Well, it’s been a year, 2016 has. A year where a gorilla getting shot was one of the least shitty things that happened, 2016 opened with the metal community still in shock over the passing of Lemmy and closed with the death of Princess Leia and her mom a day later, meaning all bets are […]

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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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