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33 Years Ago: Pantera Release Their First Album ‘Metal Magic’

On June 10, 1983, a very different sounding Pantera arrived on the scene with their debut disc 'Metal Magic.'

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Paul Hawthorne / Scott Gries, Getty Images
Paul Hawthorne / Scott Gries, Getty Images

Hellyeah Release Cover of Phil Collins’ ‘I Don’t Care Anymore’ Featuring Dimebag Darrell Recordings

Hellyeah have just released their cover of Phil Collins’ 'I Don’t Care Anymore' featuring unearthed guitar parts from late Pantera legend Dimebag Darrell.

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YouTube: Wilton Turdley
YouTube: Wilton Turdley

Pantera’s ‘Walk’ Gets Reggae Mash-up From Andy Rehfeldt

Pantera's ageless hit 'Walk' has been given a reggae makeover courtesy of Andy Rehfeldt.

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Atco / ID Software

How the Video Game ‘DOOM’ Took Inspiration From Pantera, Metallica + Slayer

Plenty of DOOM and DOOM II’s original soundtrack was molded by some of rock and metal’s most sinister sounding music.

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EastWest
EastWest

20 Years Ago: Pantera Hit Their Most Extreme With ‘The Great Southern Trendkill’

On May 7, 1996, Pantera unleashed their most vicious record to date in 'The Great Southern Trendkill.'

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Larry Busacca / Scott Gries, Getty Images

Ace Frehley Recalls Crazy Weekend of Debauchery at Dimebag’s House [Exclusive Video]

KISS legend Ace Frehley remembers getting pleasured by a 'hooker' at Pantera legend Dimebag Darrell's house during a weekend of debauchery.

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Loudwire

Pantera Albums Ranked

See how we ranked Pantera's studio albums, from weakest to strongest.

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East West
East West

22 Years Ago: Pantera Release ‘Far Beyond Driven’

Pantera challenged themselves with the album title 'Far Beyond Driven' and on March 22, 1994, the disc arrived and the fans sent it to No. 1.

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EastWest

16 Years Ago: Pantera Unleash ‘Reinventing The Steel’

On March 21, 2000, Pantera released what would be their final studio album, 'Reinventing the Steel.'

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images / Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire
Ethan Miller, Getty Images / Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire

Judas Priest, ‘Halls of Valhalla’ vs. Pantera, ‘Revolution Is My Name’ – March Metal Madness 2016 – Quarterfinals

Judas Priest take on Pantera in the Quarterfinals of March Metal Madness to determine the Best Metal Song of the 21st Century.

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