Pantera - Reinventing The Steel


7.6 | 569 votes |
Release date: 7 March 2000
Style: Groove metal

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01. Hellbound
02. Goddamn Electric
03. Yesterday Don't Mean Shit
04. You've Got To Belong To It
05. Revolution Is My Name
06. Death Rattle
07. We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time
08. Up Lift
09. It Makes Them Disappear
10. I'll Cast A Shadow

Line-up
Phil Anselmo - vocals
Dimebag Darrell - guitars
Vinnie Paul - drums
Rex Brown - bass

Guest review by
Thrash del Sur
Rating:
9.0
2000 was the year when nu-metal filled the charts in US and lots of melodic-symphonic-anything-metal bands were around in Europe, times I seriously don't miss. The Pantera guys came back to basics, setting a difference with the trend of those days. With this album the southern band meant to be a leader not a follower.

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published 11.02.2010 | Comments (20)

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21.10.2011 - 21:01
Rating: 9
Butters49
Most underrated Pantera album
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"Sataaaaaaaaan. Yeah yeah!"
-King Diamond
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26.12.2012 - 17:17
Heydrich SD
LET ME SEE YOUR FUCKING HANDS RIGHT NOW GREAT CFH
:banger2:
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28.12.2012 - 21:42
Rating: 8
bblitz
Written by Butters49 on 21.10.2011 at 21:01

Most underrated Pantera album

I absolutely agree,better than far beyond driven and great southern trendkill.
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26.05.2013 - 00:21
Rating: 10
Ralle
Fuckin great album, much better then GREAT... and FAR...!!!
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31.01.2014 - 01:20
Lit.
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A massive step down from the awesome Great Southern Trendkill, but okayish otherwise.

Dat Hole In The Sky cover, tho.
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