Philip’s new interview with Capitol Chaos Tv. Talks about unreleased Pantera tracks and more.

The entire interview can be found here: https://capitalchaostv.com/2017/04/18/horror-music-and-sports-with-philip-h-anselmo/

Below are some interesting snippets:

CC: How did you first get into music and did you ever like Pop, Funk or Soul music?
Phil: Absolutely, All of the above and how did I get into music? I was born and raised into a household of it. I had very, very young parents and I guess in the late 60’s, mid to late 60’s living in the French Quarter – music was tremendous so the plethora influences was thick, if you will.
CC: Do you recall any funk artists that you may have dug right off the bat like maybe The Gap Band or Rick James or…
Phil: That’s an interesting question…Um, you know band like The Gap Band and Rick James, I mean, as far as radio hits…I mean, you gotta love Rick James. I…what is it, Super Freak…I mean, you gotta love it, it’s a killer riff…I mean, it’s lovable so but gosh this is interesting, I like this interview…Growing up one of the big hits on the radio in New Orleans was “Right Place, Wrong Time” by Dr. John, so we had this different feel…I mean, I don’t know if Dr. John can be lumped in with traditional folk, pardon me traditional funk players…But. It’s like, um…it’s still for I guess New Orleans funky feel…I mean we’ve always had The Meters play and I’ve seen The Meters jam a few times throughout my life and they always throw down…So the funky, funky Meters and Dr. John and you know what more can be said…But, more…I love em’, I love em’. Once again though there artists with quite the catalogs. If you pointed to one direct record or anything like that. It’s like a lot of bands, you know you like certain songs that you’re aware of and then there’s you know, like case in point, another cat would be David Essex, his biggest hit would be, “Rock On” like back in the day. His sound reminds me of WAR. It’s like if WAR was the backing band, it almost sounds like it. But, he had another song of that record called, “Streetfight” which was fucking badass man, so kick ass, so you know, there you go, I mean, we can can go any direction you want from here.

CC: Is there anything Pantera left to release or has it already come out already?
Phil: That’s interesting because I did find a track I cannot make heads or tails out of and I know it’s the guys…But, I never did vocals over the top of it and I’m sure back in the day there was good reason for it, it doesn’t really do much, it’s like, riffs back & forth and that’s that, so it must’ve been just a…I guess, a mulling type of idea that had gone on, either we put it to bed or just moved on because truthfully Pantera there really was not that much unreleased material laying around, there really wasn’t we used almost everything that we…um, would come up with I guess you know?

CC: Does it bother you to hear artists express their opinions on subjects outside of music, such as, politics and do you like their art any less if you disagree with them?
Phil: That’s an interesting question, um…because obviously we just had this crazy election “cycle” (?) pass…and yes it’s fucking crazy! …Honestly!
CC: There’s some people that think musicians should only have opinion to do with music, and if they…
Phil: Ah well, that’s bullshit you know, like human beings I don’t think a damn person on the planet outta be thought policed that’s ridiculous and if you have an opinion on something that;s all it is and it’s an opinion…so…doesn’t really bug me all that much. It’s when I guess it seems like if a person has a large following, I guess, it starts and ends there. You know, if you have a large following and then you are speaking politically and you are an actress, actor, musician, whatever and you’re trying to sway your audience, you know it’s …at the end of the day it’s really up to the individual, you know I’m all about the individual…you know, I’m all about individuality that’s what makes the world go ‘round. Individuality and all the wonderful things within individuality. I don’t like boxes, check marks and groups and all that shit. It’s like, stand your own ground with your own ideas and your own belief system or whatever man, you know, it’s like religion…it’s like…believe what you want but don’t try to convert me, ya know.

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Rex talks to Loudwire about his solo album (video)

11 years after it’s Rhino re-release… 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell is #1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers in Thrash and Speed Metal.

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3 part video series that Loudwire created on Vulgar Display of Power

Rex talks with BackStory events about his new record, touring plans, playing guitar, and more. (Video)

Rex shares a sample of his solo stuff on Loudwire Podcast #12

A snippet from “Crossing Lines” can be heard below courtesy of Loudwire’s Podcast #12. The song is from Rex’s upcoming solo album which is scheduled to come out in May 2017.

Rex says this about his solo stuff: It will have “little fringes of Led Zeppelin” but added, “It’s a new journey that sounds like anywhere from Foghat to old Tom Waits. I’m a child of the ’70s and I love those kind of songs.”

Read More: Rex Brown Reveals He’s Completed Recording on His Solo Album | http://loudwire.com/rex-brown-completed-recording-solo-album/?trackback=tsmclip

The video is set to start at the sample of the song, but after hearing it, go ahead and start the podcast from the beginning to get fully informed on what Rex has been up to now, in addition to some Pantera history and the inside scoop of the visual history book; “A Vulgar Display Of Pantera”.

Philip interviewed by Full Metal Jackie (audio)

Philip Reads ‘The Monster at the End of This Book’ for Loudwire

Rex Brown + Photographer Joe Giron Recall Pantera’s Weirdest Fan Encounters – Loudwire Podcast Preview

Philip talks to Loudwire about Dimebash, being an individual, online scrutiny being ‘fake and sociopathic’, and more…

Philip Anselmo: What I Admire About Vinnie Paul

Loudwire: we still wanted to hear some positivity between the two metal legends, so we asked Anselmo about the traits he admires most about his onetime Pantera bandmate (Vinnie Paul).

Eddie Trunk sits down with Phil Anselmo, talks Superjoint, social justice warriors, and more…

Rex plays “Wikipedia Fact Or Fiction” with Loudwire.

Full Metal Jackie interviews Vinnie for the KLOS radio show “Whiplash”.

Elliot from littlepunkpeople.net interviews Bill Mosely and Phil Anselmo about upcoming “Songs Of Darkness And Despair” release.

Horror icon Bill Moseley and Philip will Release “Songs Of Darkness And Despair” through Housecore in January 2017. Bill is mostly known as Chop Top in Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, and Otis in Rob Zombie’s House Of 1000 Corpses and Devil’s Rejects.

Phil and and Stephen “The Big Fella” Berrigan (Down, SYK, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Eyehategod, haarp, Classhole, etc.) produced it, and mastered by Scott Hull of Visceral Sound. “Songs Of Darkness And Despair” includes guest appearances by Kevin Bond (Superjoint) on guitar, Squizzy Squires (King Parrot) on bass and guitar, and Jose “Blue” Gonzalez (Superjoint, Warbeast, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals)

You can pre-order Bill and Phil cds, vinyl, shirts, bundles and other stuff right now, here: http://www.thehousecorestore.com/