Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals played a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Planet Caravan” during their June 17 set in Amsterdam. Fan-filmed footage can be seen below.
After a weeks of furious voting, the results are in on our Best Album of 1994 readers’ poll, and the winner is…Marilyn Manson for his album, Portrait of an American Family. The top 10 vote-getters are: 1. Marilyn Manson, Portrait of an American Family 2. Prong, Cleansing 3. Pantera, Far Beyond Driven 4. In Flames, […]
Check out this energy-packed video of Pantera’s classic “Cowboys From Hell” performed as a violin and cello duet. The title track of Pantera’s fifth album, “Cowboys From Hell” was the band’s first single. Here violinist Rachel Barton Pine and cellist Mike Block play Rachel’s arrangement of “Cowboys From Hell” for a faculty concert at Mark […]
With Phil Anselmo regularly joining Black Label Society to perform Pantera’s song “I’m Broken” during Down’s recent stint on the Revolver Golden Gods Tour, there has been a lot of renewed talk about a possible Pantera reunion with BLS main man Zakk Wylde on guitar. That buzz only intensified when former Pantera bassist Rex Brown […]
Watch the epic collaboration from the Revolver Golden Gods Tour!
In the April/May 2014 issue of Revolver, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the heaviest album to debut at No. 1, Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. But many other landmark hard-rock and metal releases have turned or are turning 20 this year, including albums from Soundgarden, Slayer, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Megadeth, Machine Head, Cannibal Corpse, So […]
In the April/May 2014 issue of Revolver, which is on newsstands now, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the heaviest album to debut at No. 1, Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven. Here are 30 other albums that are also turning 20 this year–after you peruse the list, click here and vote for which record you think […]
Catch Down live with Black Label Society on the Revolver Golden Gods Tour!
Former Pantera/current Down frontman Phil Anselmo’s autobiography will be released January 13, 2015. The cover can be seen left. The long-awaited autobiography, Mouth For War: Pantera And Beyond, will be co-authored by true-crime writer Corey Mitchell. The two have previously worked together on the Housecore Horror Film & Music Festival.
Click to watch video of the epic collaboration!