The Blanton Museum of Art
"...[image-2-right] PanteraFar Beyond Driven (1994)..."
"...Pantera legend Phil Anselmo remains an expert on at least two disciplines: extreme music and horror films. Accordingly, the two intersect this weekend at his Housecore Horror Film Festival..."
"...Now that I’m writing again, I’m coming up with all of this really weird, technical shit on one end and heavy metal rock on the other. Our favorite bands are still Maiden, Metallica, and Pantera..."
"...Zakk Wylde: Yeah, Pride and Glory. I remember the bill was Pantera, then Extreme, then Aerosmith..."
"...Everyone keeps asking me why I would go to a Pantera concert and get into the mosh pit. How can I describe how much fun it is? Well, everybody enjoys music, from symphony to country to rock & roll, everybody loves some kind of music..."
"...PA: I grew up a huge Misfits fan and also when Pantera was just dippin' our toes into mainstream waters, Danzig had already had a successful solo career. The first time we met, I was in Los Angeles and Pantera was opening for S.O.D..."
"...Superjoint Ritual, the singer’s refuge after the dissolution of Pantera in 2003 (though the band preceded that by a decade), lit up a third burner in November, their first LP since that same year. Still hardcore grenades in steel casings with a nod to the quintet’s black metal moniker, Caught Up in the Gears of Application reunited founders Anselmo and guitarists Jimmy Bower and Kevin Bond for a good, old-fashioned, post-Pantera beatdown..."
"...The battle flag of the Republic was all over the merch for his old band Pantera and, adorned with marijuana leaves and a pentagram, on the cover of Superjoint Ritual’s Use Once and Destroy. In a recent interview for Hard Rock Haven, he asked the pointed rhetorical question: “Would we be flying the Nazi flag?”..."
"...Hart Fisher, the publisher of Boneyard Press, achieved notoriety for his comic Jeffrey Dahmer: An Unauthorized Biography of a Serial Killer. Phil Anselmo became famous as the singer for Pantera and was in town to perform with Arson Anthem, but earned his place on the panel after contributing music and investment for Jim van Beber's near-legendary The Manson Family...."
"...The horrific slaying, which Disturbed's David Draiman once deemed "the 9/11 of heavy metal," accounts for 28 pages (including the introduction) of Black Tooth Grin, the first book from Zac Crain. The other pages translate into grave-robbing of the worst kind, where "unauthorized" biography means "no pertinent interviews with surviving band members" or even Abbott's father, Jerry, who produced Pantera's first four albums..."
"...In that day and age, it really was about the metal. It was Pantera's Phil Anselmo allegedly pistol-whipping a stripper with his penis, for seemingly no good reason talk about a vulgar display of power or paunchy Quiet Riot singer Kevin DuBrow, beset by pattern baldness, berating the crew during soundcheck: "While we're young!" Funny for so many reasons...."
"...Nov. 30, 1991: Dallas' Pantera blows the P.A..."
"...PanteraReinventing the Steel (EastWest) Beavis and Butthead are so ... 1993..."
"...Mother's Little Helpers D: Kestrin Pantera When Joy Pride, a groovy 70’s burn-out on the caboose of the flower power movement learns she has weeks to live, her estranged children come together to do right by a mother who always did them wrong. Cast: Breeda Wool, Melanie Hutsell, David Giuntoli, Sam Littlefield, Kestrin Pantera (World Premiere)..."
"...At the time of his death early Monday morning, Mitchell, 47, was apparently loading up his car with help from a fan who had spent the night nearby. According to Kate Richardson, partner of Housecore Records founder and Pantera/Down frontman Philip H..."
"...I tell him my right knee has never been the same since Pantera played Donnington Monsters of Rock back in 1994. Anselmo laughs..."
"...He originally got to know Anselmo when they started working on the singer's autobiography, due out in 2013. The pair bonded over the former Pantera vocalist's love of underground and classic horror..."
"...AC: Another song on the new album, “Atman,” is dedicated to Dimebag Darrell. Did you ever see Pantera?..."