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02.03Pantera - Bassist Rex Brown's Memoir Out This Month
22.04Pantera - Previously Unreleased Dimebag Darrell Track Streaming Online
14.04Pantera - New Video Online
11.04Pantera - Unveil Artwork For Unreleased Song
16.03Pantera - To Unveil New Video For Unreleased Song
09.02Pantera - Unreleased Song To Be Included In Vulgar Display Of Power Reissue
15.09Pantera - Cowboys From Hell Deluxe Re-Issue
03.12Dimebag Darrell/Pantera - Tribute CD Details
06.08Pantera, Def Leppard reach new selling records
26.11Pantera: "Philip Anselmo Was Afraid Of Success"
25.11Pantera Is Officially Over
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Pantera - Bassist Rex Brown's Memoir Out This Month

Former Pantera bassist Rex Brown (currently in Kill Devil Hill) will publish his upcoming memoir Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story Of Pantera on March 12th via Da Capo Press. The 320-page book is an insight into Pantera, one of the most influential and popular bands in heavy metal history. Below you can watch the promotional trailer recently released for the book.

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Posted: 02.03.2013 by Góral | Comments (6)


Pantera - Previously Unreleased Dimebag Darrell Track Streaming Online

Elephant Brand Skateboards, owned by professional skateboarder Mike Vallely, has released the Dimebag Darrell tribute skateboard, a collaboration between Elephant and Dimebag Hardware. In support of the tribute board, a video was filmed at Abbott & Haney's home in Dalworthington Gardens, Texas. The soundtrack, "Twisted", is a previously unreleased track written and performed in its entirety by Dimebag, legendary guitarist of Pantera. You can listen to the song below.

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Posted: 22.04.2012 by CHEF METAL HEAD | Comments (22)


Pantera - New Video Online

The legendary US groove thrash metal band Pantera has posted online the video for the previously unreleased song "Piss", directed by Zach Merck, which can be viewed below. The song is currently available on iTunes and will be featured on the Deluxe Edition of Vulgar Display Of Power, set for release on May 15th. More details about this release were previously reported here.

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Posted: 14.04.2012 by qlacs | Comments (31)


Pantera - Unveil Artwork For Unreleased Song

As previously announced, US groove thrash metal legends Pantera will premiere the video for the unreleased song "Piss" from the Vulgar sessions today on the Revolver Golden Gods Awards ceremony. The band has now revealed the cover art for the single Piss, which will be available on iTunes on April 12th. The song will also be included on the 20th Anniversary CD/DVD Deluxe Edition of Vulgar Display Of Power, which hits stores on May 15th.

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Posted: 11.04.2012 by kual21 | Comments (13)


Pantera - To Unveil New Video For Unreleased Song

US groove thrash metal legends Pantera have announced that they plan to release a new music video for the unreleased track "Piss", off the Vulgar Display Of Power recording sessions. The band will premiere the video at the Revolver Golden Gods award show in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Vulgar Display Of Power. The video will be the first from the band in twelve years.

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Posted: 16.03.2012 by Cynic Metalhead | Comments (7)


Pantera - Unreleased Song To Be Included In Vulgar Display Of Power Reissue

After reissuing Cowboys From Hell in 2010, US legends Pantera plan on doing the same with Vulgar Display Of Power this year and drummer Vinnie Paul said in a recent interview with Loudwire that the forthcoming Vulgar Display Of Power 20th anniversary reissue will feature a previously unreleased song titled "Piss". The release date for the reissue hasn't been set yet and no further details were revealed.

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Posted: 09.02.2012 by Cynic Metalhead | Comments (3)


Pantera - Cowboys From Hell Deluxe Re-Issue

Just yesterday Rhino Records re-issued the deluxe edition of the Pantera classic Cowboys From Hell. Album samples and all information how to get you a copy can be found here. Below is the official press release with further details and a very special video message from bassist Rex Brown, giving a shout out to MetalStorm.net (that's us!)

An AOL listening party is going on here. And you can download the previously unreleased track "The Will to Survive" (if you haven't already) by liking Pantera on Facebook.

Rhino Records press release

Pantera found its growl and groove on Cowboys From Hell, a landmark album whose bone-powdering intensity, razor-sharp riffing and pummeling rhythmic assault represented a turning point in modern metal when it was released in 1990. More than just Pantera's major label debut, many consider this album to be the official debut of the Pantera lineup with singer Philip Anselmo, guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, his brother, drummer Vinnie Paul and bassist Rex Brown.

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Posted: 15.09.2010 by Thryce | Comments (9)


Dimebag Darrell/Pantera - Tribute CD Details

Official press release

The Dimebag Darrell tribute CD with tracks from Machine Head, Five Finger Death Punch, Zakk Wylde and more will come packaged with issue 200 of Metal Hammer - on sale December 16th.

Metal Hammer are honoured to pay tribute to the one and only Dimebag Darrell on December 16th. We've rounded up some of the biggest and best names from the world of metal to unleash their interpretations of the hardest and heaviest tracks from the Pantera back-catalogue.

The full tracklisting runs:

01. Zakk Wylde - Suicide Note, Pt. 1
02. Machine Head - Fucking Hostile
03. Malefice - I'm Broken
04. Avenged Sevenfold - Walk
05. Evile - Cemetery Gates
06. Five Finger Death Punch - A New Level

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Posted: 03.12.2009 by Thryce | Comments (33)


Pantera, Def Leppard reach new selling records

DEF LEPPARD's breakthrough 1983 album, "Pyromania", has been certified at the RIAA's (Recording Industry Association of America) diamond level (10 million copies shipped) last month, according to Billboard.com. Produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange, "Pyromania" benefited greatly from MTV's relentless airing of the album's first two singles, "Photograph" and "Rock of Ages". The U.K. group continues to record and tour, their most recently release being 2002's "X" (Universal).

Also reaching new multi-platinum heights in July was PANTERA's "Vulgar Display of Power" (Elektra), which was certified double-platinum by the RIAA, signifying shipments of more than 2,000,000 units in the U.S. since its February 25, 1992 release.

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Posted: 06.08.2004 by Deadsoulman | Comments (0)


Pantera: "Philip Anselmo Was Afraid Of Success"

Ex-PANTERA drummer Vinnie Paul recently spoke to Revolver magazine about the circumstances that led to the group's demise two years after the release of their critically acclaimed "Reinventing The Steel" CD.

"With the last couple of PANTERA records, we kept getting more and more narrow-minded because of Phil," Vinnie said. "He didn't want to experiment or take any chances, and it was like being in a tube that was getting to be so small you couldn't even breathe. Personally, I think the dude was afraid of success. He wanted to be such an underground icon that the bigger PANTERA got, the more he didn't want to be involved.

"I did everything I could to get the guy squared away so he could have a good time. We had already agreed to take six months to a year off anyway, because we had been doing this for 12 goddamn years and we needed a break. But next thing I know, he's off doing DOWN with Rex and talking shit about us.

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Posted: 26.11.2003 by undercraft | Comments (0)


Pantera Is Officially Over

Former PANTERA guitarist Dimebag Darrell recently spoke to the U.K.'s Rock Sound magazine about the current status of the band that is widely considered to be one of the most influential American metal acts of the '90s.

When asked point-blank if PANTERA is officially over, Dimebag said, "Oh yeah, it's been officially over since our lead singer started announcing it from stages across the United States." Dimebag went on to explain that " threatened it before but when he started announcing it in the press and from onstage, that was when it became official. He never had the decency to talk to us about it. Nobody would return our calls so me and Vinnie just sat at home not knowing what the fuck was going on."

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Posted: 25.11.2003 by undercraft | Comments (0)