Tag Archives: Pantera

New Years Day – Diary Of A Creep EP

Now, call me a psychic, but before I had even pressed upon the play button of the EP I am about to discuss, I knew what was about to come. A mixture of angelically sweet clean vocals and fury filled screams, all topped off with lots of pounding percussion and chug-a-chug guitars. How did I know? Well, this is ‘Diary Of ...

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Review: Rex Brown – Smoke On This…

Rex Brown, a name of royalty in the metal World with the huge rise in the 90’s of legendary band, Pantera. Joining a collective of impressive musicians in other projects such as Down and Kill Devil Hill, the later of which being the closest of the three mentioned with what to expect from this solo effort. Smoke on This… takes ...

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Machine Head tribute to Dimebag Darrell

This cold December night in London, I feel like I have been part of something very special. A gig highly anticipated by all in attendance, but we did not comprehend how unique this gig was going to be. You see this day December 7th 2014, is just one day shy of the 10 year anniversary of the death of one ...

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Zoltar Speaks announce debut album + new single

Somerset rockers Zoltar Speaks have announced their debut album, Save As I Save. The band have described the new album as “an explosion of passion” citing Pantera and Skunk Anansie as influences. Check out the artwork for the album below! The group have also released a video for the lead single from the album, titled Last Man Standing, in the ...

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Pantera Discography

Discography Dissection: Pantera Without doubt the biggest and most influential metal band of the 90’s that met a sad end after their initial break up by the death of ‘Dimebag’ Darrell Abbott, a truly great loss. One that also halted any plans that Pantera could be reunited one day and from personal frustration means I will never get to see ...

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Philip H. Anselmo Discusses Record Store Day and Comeback of Vinyl Records with Forbes Magazine

Forbes Magazine have recently posted an indepth article, written by Tim Clark, regarding the comeback of Vinyl records and Record Store Day. The piece includes an exclusive interview with Down vocalist and Housecore Records CEO Philip H. Anselmo, who gave his personal opinions on the rise in record store activity and how it supports growth in the music business and ...

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The Merciless Book of Metal Lists – Out Now!

The Merciless Book of Metal Lists is available to buy now through Amazon! Written by veterans of the scene Howie Abrams and Sacha Jenkins, the book is 208 pages of awesome, full of lists, and exclusive photographs courtesy of photographer Frank White. If you still need a bit of convincing before you buy the book, check out this awesome testimonial ...

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Ravenous ‘We Are Become Death’ Album Review

Southampton groove-metallers Ravenous have finally released their debut album, titled in partial-homage to the famous quote from the Bhagavad Gita, We Are Become Death. Much like many songs on the album, Ravenous construct an intense, catchy intro in the first song Abhor before leading off into an addictive riff, instantly displaying one of the records main strengths. These aren’t just ...

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Warbeast Reveal New Track, Album Release and Tour Details!

Warbeast and MetalSucks.net have revealed the band’s latest track Nightmares In The Sky from their forthcoming album Destroy released April the 2nd. Destroy is is produced by Ex-Pantera front man Phil Anselmo and will be released through Housecore Records. Their split EP with Phil H Anselmo War Of The Gargantuas is available now. Check out Birth Of A Psycho, taken ...

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The Merciless Book Of Metal

At last there’s a book that will tantalise and produce fables to tell over several pints about all things that rock in the night. ‘The Merciless Book Of Metal Lists’ will be hitting books stores from April 9th! Featuring contributions from rock Gods of the like of Scott Ian (Anthrax) Max Cavalera (Sepultura/Soulfly) Gary Holt (Exdous) and loads more. The ...

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