Here's yet another exclusive video of Pantera legend Philip Anselmo giving you some insider info on a track from 'Far Beyond Driven.' In this clip, Phil goes deeper into the record and recalls the inspiration for 'Shedding Skin.'
Here's yet another insider's look into Pantera's legendary seventh studio album, 'Far Beyond Driven.' We've been wheeling out tons of exclusive video of vocalist Philip Anselmo reminiscing about the record song-by-song, and in this clip, Anselmo tackles 'Slaughtered.'
We continue our series of exclusive Pantera 'Far Beyond Driven' 20th anniversary videos with Philip Anselmo's recollection of 'Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks.' As the title may suggest, 'Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks' isn't focused on the happiest of concepts, as Anselmo explains in this clip.
We're rollin' out more exclusive video from your pal Philip Anselmo. In celebration of Pantera's 'Far Beyond Driven' hitting its 20-year landmark, we've been premiering videos of Anselmo giving in-depth insight on the record's many songs. In this post, the legendary singer covers 'I'm Broken.'
The 20th anniversary edition of Pantera's classic album 'Far Beyond Driven' is now available to buy! The reissue commemorates not only the great music held within, but the accomplishments no other ultra-aggressive metal album had achieved before. In this part of our exclusive video series on 'Far Beyond Driven,' vocalist Philip Anselmo goes deep into the track '5 Minutes Alone.'
In the second piece of Philip Anselmo's 10-part retrospective on Pantera's seventh album 'Far Beyond Driven,' the legendary frontman discusses 'Becoming.' Second on the album's track listing, 'Becoming' is yet another powerhouse cut, and in this exclusive video, Anselmo describes the song in a way only he can.
This entire week, we're celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pantera's legendary seventh album, 'Far Beyond Driven.' The band will release a special edition of the record to commemorate its two-decade milestone o
In 2013, legendary Pantera / Down vocalist Philip Anselmo and best-selling true crime author Corey Mitchell launched an event like no other: the Housecore Horror Film Festival. The Austin, Texas, event screened well over 100 films and showcased some of metal's finest acts over a three-day period in October. In a new interview premiering exclusively on Loudwire, both Anselmo and Mitchell reflect on the fest's first incarnation following the recent announcement that it will be back again in 2014.
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