It may not be the full-on Pantera reunion that many have clamored for, but it's as close as you'll get for now. Kill Devil Hill, performing at Rock on the Range over the weekend, staged a mini-Pantera reunion as Philip Anselmo, who was performing with Down later in the day, joined his onetime bandmate Rex Brown for a blistering rendition of 'Mouth for War' for fans attending the festival.
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Pantera's landmark album 'Far Beyond Driven' is 20 years old, and to celebrate the milestone, vocalist Philip Anselmo has filmed a total of 10 videos going in-depth about the album's lyrical content. In this chapter, Anselmo discusses a falling out with his father and how he turned the situation into '25 Years.'
As one of metal's most aggressive vocalists in history, it's no surprise to learn that Pantera / Down vocalist Philip Anselmo is a huge fan of boxing. Surely tracks such as 'F---ing Hostile' and 'Mouth for War' have inspired many fists to bust through walls, along with faces, so Boxing Insider welcomed Anselmo for an exclusive interview, but here's the catch: Philip Anselmo was brought in to conduct an interview with yet another musician and boxing fan … rapper 50 Cent.
We've got good news if you're a patient fan of blood and guts films, and bad news if you're not. Philip Anselmo, a renowned horror hound who absolutely loves that film genre, will launch his first-ever Housecore Horror Film Festival in Austin, Texas. However, the festival, named after the singer's label, is scheduled for October 2013.
A metalhead's work is never done. The always-prolific Phil Anselmo, who always seems to have several irons in the metal fire, is working hard on some brand new solo material. The former Pantera singer, who has also recently been laying down tracks on a Down EP, is working with a band on this other project, according to his boarder Mike Williams of Eyehategod fame.