Last week, we had two metal acts make their debut in the Loudwire Death Match. As always, one band emerged victorious, and that band was Chimaira. With one victory under their collective belt, Chimaira now are on their way to the Death Match Hall of Fame, but they've got a major threat to defuse first.
The day has come! 'Walk Through Exits Only,' Philip H. Anselmo's highly anticipated solo debut with his backing band, the Illegals, is now available for streaming in full. Anselmo has also just released a pair of videos talking about his upcoming tour, along with instructions on how to conduct oneself while attending a Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals concert.
Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals are set to embark on their first-ever tour beginning July 31 in Tulsa, Okla. Anselmo and the boys are sure to play plenty of material from the act's debut album, 'Walk Through Exits Only' (due July 16), but if you could hand-pick your dream Anselmo set list, which Pantera, Superjoint Ritual and Down songs would you add?
Pantera / Down frontman Philip H. Anselmo is set to unleash his debut solo album, 'Walk Through Exits Only,' on July 16, and a few songs from the upcoming release have already been revealed. But we've got an extra special treat for you: Loudwire has the exclusive premiere of the music video for 'Bedridden' -- the first official video from Anselmo's newest project.
Metal fans in Greece were lucky enough to witness a collaboration of godlike awesomeness last night (July 1), as Slayer and Phil Anselmo converged onstage to perform a classic metal anthem. Slayer and Anselmo have jammed together in the past, notably during the most recent Metal Masters clinic, but the Greek crowd was still privy to a rare and pummeling performance of Pantera's 'F---ing Hostile.'
Phil Anselmo is a student of the game and he puts everything into his passions. During the Revolver Golden Gods, the Pantera and Down frontman took a moment to chat with Loudwire on the Black Carpet about some of those passions, including his upcoming Housecore Horror Festival, the release of his first solo album and his admiration for some of his musical peers.