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Tag Archives: Philip Anselmo

The new Superjoint song will Ruin You

Posted by on October 13, 2016

It’s been 13 years and several public scandals, since Phil Anselmo released any music under the Superjoint Ritual moniker. Members Joe Fazzio, Michael Haaga, and Hank Williams III did not return for the band’s reunion in 2014, and neither did “Ritual.” Simply called Superjoint, version 2.0 of the band found drummer Joe Gonzalez (from Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals) and Stephen […]

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Down far from done, Pepper Keenan says

Posted by on April 4, 2016

It’s  been a rough year for Phil Anselmo, for obvious reasons. His racist outburst at the Dimebash overshadowed the legacy of Pantera’s late guitarist, and also that of his bands and label. And while he’s been keeping a low profile as of late, and cancelled Down’s Summer touring schedule in the wake of his actions. […]

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Cooking Hostile is back with a bizkit

Posted by on March 28, 2016

Phil Anselmo has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons. And while Down might be taking a bit of a hiatus from playing live shows while Phil spends some much-needed time out of the spotlight, that doesn’t mean that his fake-animated cooking show, Cooking Hostile, needs to. The Joey Siler-created show is back […]

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Down cancel all European festival appearances for the year

Posted by on March 10, 2016

The backlash from Phil Anselmo’s incident at the Dimebash event late last year has been big, not just for him, but for his bandmates for his various bands including Down. The southern boys felt the backlash of Anselmo’s action when their own hometown and a Dutch festival cancelled their schedule appearance which ended up with fans […]

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Down/COC’s Pepper Keenan accepts Anselmo apology as New Orleans gig canceled

Posted by on February 5, 2016

Yesterday in a statement posted on his personal web site, Phil Anselmo revealed that he’d asked Down, a supergroup he’s at the center of, to continue on without him. Although there’s no word on whether that’s actually going to be seriously considered by the rest of the band, it likely won’t be if Pepper Keenan […]

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Dimebag Darrell’s ex-girlfriend calls out Robb Flynn, accepts Phil Anselmo’s apology for racist outburst

Posted by on February 1, 2016

Phil Anselmo caused quite the commotion last week when video of him giving a Nazi salute and shouting “white power” during a “Dimebash” charity event appeared online. Many critics and fellow musicians (most vocally Machine Head’s Robb Flynn) called the former Pantera singer out for his actions, which lead to Anselmo issuing a video apology […]

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Brian Posehn names guests for metal album

Posted by on December 9, 2015

Comedian, actor and former stoner Brian Posehn has a new film, Uncle Nick, coming out, but as many metal fans, he also has another album coming out. Unlike his first several albums, which contained several songs at the end (like “Metal by Numbers,” a name we stole for our column), he’s been talking about putting […]

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Philip Anselmo & the Illegals ex-guitarist found out he wasn’t in the band via the internet

Posted by on November 25, 2015

It’s been a while since we had to write a similar headline but it seems that things will never change when it comes to bands firing their members without personally telling them but letting them find out from some random metal blog online. Last month, Philip Anselmo & the Illegals parted ways with their guitarist Marzi […]

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Metal Allegiance is dying to show you this song

Posted by on August 20, 2015

Supergroups seem to be the norm for many metal musicians out there and that’s just great, because how else are we going to listen what two or more great metal minds can create together? Metal Allegiance has just a little more than “two or more” of them and we’ve seen teaser, after teaser, after teaser of what the […]

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Randy Blythe, Corey Taylor, Phil Anselmo weigh in on confederate flag

Posted by on July 14, 2015

Since Dylan Roof stormed into a church, killing nine African American churchgoers during a service in Charleston, South Carolina, the confederate flag has gone from a touchy subject to a hot button issue. Seen by some southerners as a reminder  of their heritage and pride, it was viewed by many more as a symbol of racism. […]

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