Category Archives: Pantera

Review of the upcoming Hellyeah record, and an extensive list of upcoming Hellyeah dates, and Vinnie’s latest response to Pantera (not) reforming

HELLYEAH!!! Shout out to Blunt Magazine for the GREAT REVIEW of ‘BLOOD FOR BLOOD’!! May 30 Westfair Amp Council Bluffs, IA May 31 R.C. McGraw’s Manhattan, KS Jun 01 Gexa Energy Pavilion Dallas, TX Jun 26 Ziggy’s Winston Salem, NC Jun 27 Ziggy’s By The Sea Wilmington, NC Jun 28 Shiley Acres Inwood, WV Jul […]

3 New interviews with Vinnie. Planet Mosh, Jeff Cavanaugh, and Metal Head to Head.

In April, Vinnie sat down with Planet Mosh to talk about the new Hellyeah album and tour, Dime, Kiss, Pantera’s legacy and more: http://planetmosh.com/vinnie-paul-hellyeah-interview/ Jeff Cavanaugh of SaraBozich.com recently conducted an interview with Vinnie about the development of Hellyeah, the new line up, and the possibility of PANTERA one day being inducted into the Rock […]

Rick Florino of Artist Direct talks to Philip about Far Beyond Driven’s 20th Anniversary

By Rick Florino From artistdirect.com: Far Beyond Driven changed the face of heavy metal. It skyrocketed to the top of the Billboard Top 200 without the band sacrificing its patented intensity. In fact, it trumped both Vulgar Display of Power and Cowboys From Hell in terms of being visceral. It’s uncompromising, unmitigated, and unique to […]

Rex Brown teaches you Pantera and Kill Devil Hill at jamplay.com

Learn the most popular Pantera songs as well as new material from Kill Devil Hill at JamPlay. Learn from the man himself, Rex Brown! Rex discusses each song and shares stories about the songwriting and recording process. He also describes what they are like to ROCK live! Check out these songs, as well as Rex […]

Seymour Duncan: Talking Tone With Dimebag Darrell’s Tech Grady Champion

Taken from http://www.seymourduncan.com Grady Champion was Dimebag Darrell’s guitar tech for 13 years, and he was by Dime’s side as he found and continued to refine his tone, from Pantera through to Damageplan, across countless gigs on stages all over the world. Towards the end of his life Dime had been using his signature Seymour […]

Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven 20th Anniversary Edition debuted at #3 on the Top Catalog Album charts & #63 on the Billboard Top 200 .

Thanks very much to the 6,048 fans who purchased it! Not too shabby for a record that is 20 years old & has already sold 1.5 million copies. If you haven’t picked it up yet, look to get a physical copy or download from this link: http://smarturl.it/panterafbd or here from iTunes: http://bit.ly/1dsc4nV

Hornsuprocks.com covers the 20th Anniversary from Duff’s Brooklyn and more…

From Hornsuprocks.com: Over the weekend, in celebration of the re-release of ‘Far Beyond Driven’ (out now via Rhino Entertainment), our friends from the “Heavy Metal Mecca”, DUFF’s Brooklyn, hosted the OFFICIAL ‘Far Beyond Driven’ anniversary party! We were there documenting the entire event with our camera crew, and dressed our video recap with some exclusive […]

Contest! Upload your picture onto the FBD album cover using our app, and you could win a special Pantera guitar and autographed cd!

Show the world your best “Drilled” mug using the Far Beyond Driven Photo App, and you could win a Dimebag Pantera Far Beyond Driven ML from Dean Guitars & a Far Beyond Driven 20th Anniversary 2CD set autographed by Philip H Anselmo! Here’s how to enter: 1. Create your photo using the photo app. 2. […]

vanyaland: Vinnie on the legacy of ‘Far Beyond Driven’, Pantera dance remixes and moving forward with Hellyeah

by Michael Christopher in Spotlight for vanyaland.com: We had no idea what they were going to do with it because they said “remix” and we were like, “Let’s see what happens.” I really thought that what they meant by “remix” was remix; I didn’t know they were going to rework the songs and almost turn […]

Revolt Magazine gets some inside stories and reflection from Terry Date on producing Far Beyond Driven 20 years ago.

By Bryce Segall for Revolt Magazine. A longstanding argument around the REVOLT office maintains it takes 20 years to declare any album a true classic, taking into account – time necessary to infiltrate culture, proof of lasting worth, and ultimately, influence. There are certainly exceptions however, records that feel classic long before those two decades […]