‘Vulgar Display of Power’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Pantera’s Masterwork

1992 was a stacked year for heavy music. Grunge and alternative were ruling the roost with standout releases from Alice in Chains (Dirt), Ministry (Psalm 69), Rage Against the Machine (self-titled) and Faith No More (Angel Dust) while heavy-metal icons including Megadeth and Iron Maiden dropped fire, too (Countdown to Extinction and Fear of the Dark, respectively). But arguably the year’s most important and hard-hitting heavy release was by rising Texas stars Pantera — who unleashed their genre-defining groove-metal magnum opus Vulgar Display of Power.

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