Pantera were working on their third decade together when they dropped 'Reinventing the Steel' in 2000, which would go on to be their final album, although they (and we) didn't know it at the time. 'Revolution Is My Name' was emblematic of everything metal fans loved about Pantera.

It was erected on Dimebag Darrell's monstrous power grooves, which paired perfectly with Philip Anselmo's confident, drill sergeant bark. Even as the members of Pantera were moving into their 30s, they proved that they still had plenty of high-octane gas in the tank, not to mention the drive of men half their age.

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