When Pantera’s album Reinventing The Steel (Elektra Records) was released on March 21st, 2000, no one at the time thought it would be the final album from the band that dominated the metal sphere in the 1990s. But with the break up of the band and the murder of Dimebag Darrell Abbott in 2004, it proved to be their final transmission. Previously announced via Rhino Records, the album is getting a new release with two new versions, featuring an unreleased mix by producer Terry Date. The band has released three songs with the new mix, 30 and will also be available through digital and streaming services. Three of Date’s new mixes “Revolution Is My Name”, “Death Rattle”, and “We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time’ you can hear right now. These tracks, from the CD version will be released on October 30th. Also coming early next year, “Reinventing The Steel: 20th Anniversary Edition” will also be released as a double-LP set on silver vinyl that features the new Terry Date mix on one album, plus eight rare bonus tracks making their vinyl debut on the other. Limited to 5,000 copies, the 180-gram audiophile vinyl collection comes in an embossed, foil jacket and will be available on January 8th 2021.