Tag: Vulgar Display of Power

Riff Police! Pull Over! #121: Kill The Lights Vs Pantera!

“Bones in traction, Hands break to hone raw energy, Bold and disastrous, My ears can’t hear what you say to me, Hold your mouth for the war, Use it for what it’s for, Speak the truth about me, Determined” There can be little doubt that Pantera have been a band to have influenced Metal in

Bootleg: Pantera in Montreal!

It’s rare to find live footage of this age of this quality, especially when it comes to the audio. Filmed in twin cam style at Metropolis in Montreal, Quebec City, Canada on 16th January 1997, here are Groove Metal legends Pantera ripping it up on “The Great Southern Trendkill” tour! This show saw them out

Riff Police! Pull Over! #102: HellgardeN Vs Pantera!

There are bands that influence a generation of musicians or create a new subgenre of music… and then there is Pantera. One of the most influential Metal albums of 90’s and arguably their best record, “Vulgar┬áDisplay Of Power” remains exactly that to this day. 28 years after it first appeared, it still sounds as good

Documentary: Behind The Scenes of “A Vulgar Display Of Pantera”!

Part behind the scenes, part live footage, this pro-shot set from Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals from the final Slayer tour sees them do “A Vulgar Display Of Pantera” in full Pantera tribute and includes footage from back stage & inside the barricade. The set was shot in Oakland California and includes “Becoming“, “Walk”

NEWS: Marco Laudato covers Pantera!

Disabled Italian guitarist Marco Laudato was joined by Alberto Casta├▒o, vocalist of the Spanish band Display Of Power for a cover of “This Love” by Pantera in tribute to the fallen Abbott brothers. Life is there to be embraced, challenges are there to be overcome and music can be a uniting force. Marco: “Without Pantera,

Riff Police! Pull Over! #79: Killswitch Enagage Vs Pantera!

When Philip H. Anselmo spoke to Loudwire Magazine in 2014 about the meaning behind “Becoming” from the seventh studio album by Pantera, he said “The most popular heavy metal bands in the world at that time were, in my estimate and definitely all of our estimates, playing the game. … They had reached this pinnacle;

Bootleg: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals: Vulgar Display of Pantera!

Having known Slayer since 1987, perhaps having former Pantera frontman Philip H. Anselmo and The Illegals on the current leg of the “final” Big Four members tour shouldn’t be a great surprise. But for us, it certainly raised an eyebrow. In this new interview with Ultimate Guitar Magazine, they talk about why they’re playing sets

Riff Police! Pull Over! #72: KoRn Vs Pantera!

When it comes down to brass tacks, we are of the opinion that the freshly released KoRn album “The Nothing” is the most consistently good album they’ve put out since the first quartet of records. Outside of those first four, the Bakersfield Californian Nu-Metal pioneers have show glimpses of what they can do without quite

NEWS: Jared Dines, Pantera, 18 Strings…

From the sublime to the ridiculous, Jared Dines cranks out Pantera classic “Walk” on an 18 string guitar. How long is it going to be before someone shows this to Phil Anselmo and asks for a comment before throwing it up on YouTube? There comes a point where it’s just… It’s been a while. Time