Metal musicians travel the world constantly leapfrogging from continent to continent on a blur of buses, planes and trains. But no matter how busy they are and how insane the lifestyle is, of course there's always some time for a little football -- especially with Super Bowl XLVIII between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks coming up this Sunday.
Last night (Jan. 22), metalheads were treated to the fifth installment of Metal Masters. Boasting a lineup of brilliant musicians, the 11 legendary players tore through 22 songs for a captivated Anaheim, Calif., audience. If you were unable to check out Metal Masters 5 in person, no worries! We've got some fan-filmed footage to share with you here.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pantera's seventh studio album, 'Far Beyond Driven,' a new two-disc edition of the record will soon hit shelves. The upcoming anniversary edition of 'Far Beyond Driven,' due March 25, will include a newly remastered version of the original recordings along with a new live performance from the 1994 Monsters of Rock Festival.
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!