On February 25th, 1992, Pantera released their world-conquering groove-metal masterpiece, Vulgar Display of Power. It's an album that changed metal the day it dropped and has continued to mold the sound and attitude of heavy music in the three decades since, with many of the current generation's most popular acts hailing it as a formative influence.
Four of those life-long fans are Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor, Disturbed singer David Draiman, Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale and Shinedown crooner Brent Smith, and they recently spoke with HardDrive radio about the impact VDOP had on them as musicians and fans.
Throughout the interview session, all of the musicians share the same sentiment that the record is iconic, but they all have different reasons for why they love it so much. Watch all four of them hail one of the best metal albums in all of history above via YouTube.