Philip Anselmo’s (Pantera, Down, Scour, Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals) “depression core” project En Minor has signed a new record deal for Europe and Ward in Japan, with the great label Season of Mist. The band will release its debut full-length later this year. The band released a self-titled seven-inch EP this summer via Housecore Records. Continue reading
Pantera has shared a post to social media thanking fans for the band reaching 1 Billion streams across platforms such as (in alphabetical order) Amazon, Apple, Deezer, Google, and Spotify. The band joins notable recent bands such as Metallica, Guns N Roses, and Nirvana with over one billion streams. Pantera was founded in 1981 and released nine studio albums total and a live album (not counting compilations and boxed sets), coming to prominence with their fifth and major-label debut, Cowboys From Hell. The band was disbanded by the late brothers, Darrell Lance “Dimebag” Abbott and Vinnie Paul Abbott in 2003. Getcha pull and celebrate! Continue reading
Vocal coach, YouTuber, and Podcaster Beth Roars continues her reaction series, answering fan requests from her Patreon and social media. Watch as she breaks down a live performance of 1990s Metal classic ‘Walk’ by Philip H. Anselmo with Pantera! Yesterday brought the news that Phil will open the final tour dates ever for Slayer, playing a set a Pantera covers with his band Philip Anselmo and the Illegals. Continue reading
Japanese metallers Sigh previously shared the first track from their new album, Heir To Despair, dubbed ‘Homo Homini Lupus’. The track features guest vocals from Philip Anselmo. Now watch the crazy animated video for the track created by legendary metal artist Costing Chioreanu.
Death metal supergroup Scour played a rare show last night in Maryland at Baltimore Soundstage. Frontman Philip Anselmo dedicated a cover of the Pantera classic ‘Slaughtered’ to Vinnie Paul Abbott during the show. They previously covered ‘Strength Beyond Strength’ last fall. Watch a fan-filmed video below. Continue reading