Pantera



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2105 fans
Country: USA

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Formed in: 1981
Disbanded in: 2003

1983-1989 Heavy metal
1990 Groove thrash metal
1991-2003 Groove metal

Line-up

1981-2003  Dimebag Darrell - guitars
1981-2003  Vinnie Paul - drums
1983-2003  Rex Brown - bass
1987-2003  Phil Anselmo - vocals
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1981-1982  Tommy Bradford - bass
1981-1982  Donnie Hart - vocals
1981-1982  Terry Glaze - guitars
› 1983-1986  -//- vocals
1986  Rick Mythiasin - vocals
1986  David Peacock - vocals
1986  Matt L'Amour - vocals
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1988  Marc Ferrari - guitar
1996  Seth Putnam - vocals
1999  Kerry King - guitars

Discography

1985 The Hot 'n Heavy Home Vid [DVD] 6
1990 Psycho Holiday [Single] 9
1990 Cemetery Gates [Single] 9.4
1990 Cowboys From Hell [Single] 9.1
1991 Speed Metal [VA] 10
1991 Cowboys From Hell - The Videos [DVD] 7
1992 Mouth For War [Single] 9.5
1992 This Love [Single] 9
1992 Hostile Mixes [Single] 9.5
1992 Hollow [Single] 8.6
1992 Fucking Hostile [Single] 9
1992 For Those About To Rock - Monsters In Moscow [Split] [DVD] 8
1993 Vulgar Video [DVD] 7
1993 Vulgar Display Of Cowboys [Compilation] 8
1994 5 Minutes Alone [Single] 9
1994 I'm Broken [Single] 9.1
1994 Shedding Skin [Single] 9.4
1994 Planet Caravan [Single] 9
1994 Driven Downunder Tour '94 - Souvenir Collection [Boxset] 7
1994 I'm Broken/Slaughtered [Single] 9
1994 The Crow (soundtrack) [VA] 8.5
1994 Alive And Hostile E.P. [Live] 8.4
1995 Cemetery Gates (Demon Knight Edit) [VA] 7
1995 Vulgar Display Of Power & Cowboys From Hell [Compilation] 8
1995 Demon Knight [VA] 7.9
1996 The Singles 1991-1996 [Boxset] 8
1996 Vulgar Display Of Power / Far Beyond Driven [Compilation] 8
1996 Floods [Single] 7
1996 Drag The Waters [Single] 7
1996 The Scrape It, Grind It, Peel It, Hide It Compilation [Split] [VA] 6
1996 Suicide Note, Pt. 1 [Single] 6
1997 5 Minutes In Hell The Singles 1991-1996 [Compilation] 9
1997 The Ozzfest '97 [VA] 8.5
1997 3 Watch It Go [DVD] 7
1997 Where You Come From [Single] 6
1997 Official Live: 101 Proof [Live] 8.4
1998 Live [Single] 6
1998 Cowboys From Hell / Far Beyond Driven [Compilation] 8
1998 Nosatsu Live [Live] 7.8
1999 Cat Scratch Fever [Single] 7
1999 Detroit Rock City [VA] 9.7
1999 3 For One Original Album Box Set [Boxset] 8
2000 Revolution Is My Name [Single] 9.6
2000 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell [DVD] 9
2000 I'll Cast A Shadow [Single] 7
2000 Goddamn Electric [Single] 7
2000 The Pantera Collection [Boxset] 7
2000 Heavy Metal 2000 OST [VA] 7
2000 Nativity In Black II - A Tribute To Black Sabbath [VA] 7.3
2000 Maximum Pantera [Compilation] 9.1
2000 Dracula 2000 (Soundtrack) [VA] 6.7
2001 Hell Killer, All The Best [Compilation] 7
2003 The Best Of Pantera: Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboys Vulgar Hits [Compilation] 8.6
2003 Reinventing Hell [Compilation] 9.1
2003 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Album (O.S.T.) [VA] 8
2006 HiFive [Compilation] 8.6
2007 Pantera [Boxset] 7
2007 In The Name Of The King (O.S.T.) [VA] 7.9
2008 Hellbound [Boxset] 7
2009 Getcha Pull! A Tribute To Dimebag Darrell [VA] 8.8
2010 1990-2000: A Decade Of Domination [Compilation] 7.6
2010 Cowboys From Hell: The Demos [Demo] 8.1
2012 Piss [Single] 8
2012 Original Album Series [Boxset] 9.5
2012 The Triple Album Collection [Boxset] 7
2015 History Of Hostility [Compilation] 8.3
2015 The Complete Studio Albums 1990-2000 [Boxset] 9.5
2016 The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition" [Compilation] 9.4
2018 Live At Dynamo Open Air 1998 [Live] 9

Latest reviews

The first live album of Pantera was recorded in 1997 during Tourkill that has followed the release of The Great Southern Trendkill. This live, released in summer, has gone more or less unnoticed. And the least I can say is that it's only fair. This...   Review by Deadsoulman ››
This album, more than Vulgar Display Of Power, more than Cowboys From Hell, has always been the album that defined Pantera to me. The Great Southern Trendkill finds the band at its heaviest and most Texan, with an enveloping, album-wide sound that keeps sonic continuity from the first track to the last in a way not quite managed by previous albums.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››

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