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Pantera’s Phil Anselmo and Rex Brown Look Back on the Making of ‘Vulgar Display of Power’

Pantera’s Phil Anselmo and Rex Brown Look Back on the Making of ‘Vulgar Display of Power’

Today, February 25, back in 1992, Pantera released Vulgar Display of Power. This landmark album contains now-classic songs such as “Fucking Hostile,” “Mouth for War,” “This Love,” and “Walk.” Revolver looks back on the making-of the album in the feature story below, that originally ran in our 2012 Book of Pantera special issue. For most […]

Video Tour of Dimebag Darrell’s House & Studio

Video Tour of Dimebag Darrell’s House & Studio

Our sister publication Guitar World recently travelled down to Texas to the home of the late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell. As part of their Dimebag tribute issue, which was timed for the 10th anniversary of the guitarist’s tragic death, they were invited into Dime’s home and recording studio for a private tour. Check out the […]

Dimebag Darrell Song Premiere, “Whiskey Road”

Dimebag Darrell Song Premiere, “Whiskey Road”

Revolver’s sister publication, Guitar World, is releasing an Ultimate Dime Tribute Issue this week. As part of their coverage of the 10-year anniversary of the Pantera guitarist’s death, they have released “Whiskey Road”–a never-before-heard track recorded by Darrell, who performs all instruments and vocals. “Whiskey Road” was tracked in 2001, during the last outing of […]

Classic Video: Dimebag Darrell Performs “Walk” at Godsmack Gig

Classic Video: Dimebag Darrell Performs “Walk” at Godsmack Gig

In the following recently-released clip, Pantera’s Dimebag Darrell is shown goofing around backstage before playing “Walk” in Las Vegas with members of Godsmack. The video, which was released by Billboard, was filmed more than a decade ago for Godsmack’s Smack This! DVD but didn’t make the cut.

Listen to Dimebag Darrell’s Isolated Guitar Tracks for Pantera’s “Walk”

Listen to Dimebag Darrell’s Isolated Guitar Tracks for Pantera’s “Walk”

Today, August 20, marks the 48th anniversary of the birth of Pantera’s late, great guitarist Dimebag Darrell. While he was tragically taken too soon, we continue to celebrate his legacy through his epic catalog of work. His rhythm and lead guitar playing were second-to-none, as the following isolated track from Pantera’s 1992 hit “Walk” clearly […]

Flashback Video: 18-Year-Old Dimebag Darrell Shreds Onstage in 1984

Flashback Video: 18-Year-Old Dimebag Darrell Shreds Onstage in 1984

The shadowy figure in the video below is none other than an 18-year-old Dimebag Darrell, who can be seen working his way through a nearly seven-minute-long guitar solo with his trusty Dean ML. In the clip, the young Dime makes noticeable references to several key six-string influences, especially Randy Rhoads and Eddie Van Halen, with […]

Remembering Dimebag Darrell: Aug 20, 1966 – Dec 8, 2004

Remembering Dimebag Darrell: Aug 20, 1966 – Dec 8, 2004

Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the passing of Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.

New Issue Preview: Revolver December 2014

New Issue Preview: Revolver December 2014

The following is a preview of what’s in the December 2014 issue of Revolver. You can pick up the new issue on newsstands November 18 or at the Revolver Online Store. Features GOING POSTAL: MARIA BRINK The In This Moment frontwoman loses her mind answering your letters THE FUTURE OF METAL How Of Mice & […]

Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Pays Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

Yesterday would have been the Pantera guitarist’s 48th birthday. Here, his longtime friend remembers him

Rob Halford, Cristina Scabbia, and Morbid Angel’s David Vincent Pick Their Favorite Songs off Pantera’s ‘Cowboys from Hell’

Rob Halford, Cristina Scabbia, and Morbid Angel’s David Vincent Pick Their Favorite Songs off Pantera’s ‘Cowboys from Hell’

Twenty-four years ago on this day, July 24, Pantera released their fifth album, Cowboys from Hell. This landmark album contained now-classic songs such as “Primal Concrete Sledge,” “Cemetery Gates,” “Domination,” “Psycho Holiday,” and the ripping title-track. Here, Rob Halford of Judas Priest, Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil and David Vincent of Morbid Angel talk about […]