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Noisey concludes their 7 episode series “NOLA: Life, Death, & Heavy Blues from the Bayou” They examining the people & culture that fostered bands like DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Goatwhore and many others.

Noisey is proud to present NOLA: Life, Death and Heavy Blues from the Bayou, a seven-part series examining the people and the culture that helped foster bands like DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Goatwhore and many others. From the crawfish-littered tables of the secluded Anselmo compound to a fishing boat with Eyehategod in the swamps, we’ll discuss […]

Talking Metal Episode 500 Featuring Philip Anselmo. Philip says his book will be more upbeat than Rex’s, and touches on how serious Pantera jams with Kerry King became.

The segment with Philip begins at 43:00 Some excerpts of the interview: Speaking to the “Talking Metal” podcast, Anselmo said about “Mouth For War”: “I have definitely postponed this book thing for quite a while. And, really, it’s a tough process to do, and it really takes a lot of heads-down work to do this, […]

Metal Grasshopper Episode 2 “The Awakening”

Philip has teamed with friend and comedian Dave Hill to bring you “Metal Grasshopper”. Episode 2 “The Awakening”: Metal god Philip H. Anselmo reluctantly agrees to share his heavy metal wisdom with delusional manchild Dave Hill. Training and hilarity ensues. Stay tuned for more! Also check out www.davehillonline.com

Loudwire voted Vulgar Display of Power the #1 album of the 1990’s! Check out the rest of the list here

Originally from Loudwire.com here. The ’90s were a challenging decade for metal. The enormous growth of the genre in the ’80s certainly carried over at the start of the decade, with powerhouse classics from the Big 4 of thrash kicking things off at a steady clip. But what followed was the wholesale retreat of metal […]

Rob Halford looks back on doing “Light Comes Out Of Black” with Pantera

Originally from revolvermag.com here. Shortly after you toured with them, you worked with him on the song “Light Comes Out of Black,” for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer soundtrack. How did that come together? I was away from Priest. Sony were working on the soundtrack. They wanted Sony artists and asked me to write a […]

NOLA: Life, Death, & Heavy Blues from the Bayou – Episode 2

Noisey is proud to present NOLA: Life, Death and Heavy Blues from the Bayou, a seven-part series examining the people and the culture that helped foster bands like DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Goatwhore and many others. From the crawfish-littered tables of the secluded Anselmo compound to a fishing boat with Eyehategod in the swamps, we’ll discuss […]

NOLA: Life, Death, & Heavy Blues from the Bayou – Episode 1 (Some Pantera history covered)

Noisey is proud to present NOLA: Life, Death and Heavy Blues from the Bayou, a seven-part series examining the people and the culture that helped foster bands like DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Goatwhore and many others. From the crawfish-littered tables of the secluded Anselmo compound to a fishing boat with Eyehategod in the swamps, we’ll discuss […]

Vinnie talks to metal-rules.com and draws some comparisons between Pantera and Hellyeah

Here are some excerpts from the entire interview which can be found here: http://www.metal-rules.com/metalnews/2014/09/01/interview-with-vinnie-paul-hellyeah-pantera/ MR – You mentioned earlier just how well produced the album is. You had Kevin Churko produce this one for you. You yourself produced the first two Hellyeah records have you never fancied getting back to producing or do you just […]

DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity, Goatwhore, and Acid Bath star in ‘NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou’

Subscribe to Noisey here now: http://bit.ly/VErZkw Starring: Members of DOWN, Pantera, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity, Goatwhore, and Acid Bath amongst others, including Philip H Anselmo, Mike “IX” Williams, Jimmy Bower, Kirk Windstein, Pepper Keenan, and Sammy Duet. Noisey is proud to present NOLA: Life, Death and Heavy Blues from the Bayou, a seven-part series […]

“Discs of Doom!” Philip shares with Metal Hammer his favorite, most memorable, forgettable, pivotal albums and more!

From Metal Hammer: Metal Hammer: The Album I First Bought Was… Philip H Anselmo: “I think it was Kiss Alive! It’s very underrated. When people listen to Kiss’s body of work and reflect on their 40-plus years, it can be a little embarrassing, but honestly that first live recording is a very powerful rock album […]