Kill Devil Hill / Pantera bassist Rex Brown was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's radio show this past weekend. He talked about the new Kill Devil Hill album 'Revolution Rise,' performing alongside legendary drummers and what could have prevented the breakup of Pantera, among other topics. If you missed Jackie's show, here's her full interview with Rex Brown:
What do we have here? Just two of the most incredible and influential frontmen of the past 30 years going head to head in this mighty quarterfinal match!
Here we come, reach for your...pacifier!? That's right, everyone, this baby loves Pantera! With the devastating hit 'Cowboys From Hell' blasting in the background, this little one can't resist getting antsy to some metal. There's no denying Pantera's music makes you want to break things, so luckily this baby was restrained!
Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror Film Festival is upon us! The Austin, Texas, music and horror film festival will open its doors on Oct. 24 and will not relent until Oct. 27. The fest is truly unique in its personality, and during Phil Anselmo's recent visit to our studios, the man behind the idea revealed everything we should look forward to from the fest.
This Greatest Metal Bassist tournament is now offering you a battle between modern day legends. Driving force meets technique in this quarterfinal match.
Former Pantera / Down member and current Kill Devil Hill bassist Rex Brown recently stopped by New York for an intimate musical demonstration at a NYC Sam Ash store. Shortly before taking to the makeshift stage with his brand new Hartke gear, we sat down with Rex for an exclusive interview.