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Reinventing The Steel LP


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Released Jul 24, 2012 Elektra

Pantera - Reinventing The Steel LP

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2000's Reinventing the Steel is the final studio album from the paramount '90s heavy metal band Pantera following a four year hiatus after the release of 2006's The Great Southern Trendkill. Phil Anselmo's riveting bolts of passionate, in-your-face vocals are again faithfully discharged under the familiar Pantera squall of Dimebag Darrell's guitars, Vinnie Paul's drums, and Rex Brown's deft bass playing. Soulfully brutal tracks like "Revolution Is My Name," and "We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time," pulse with the restless angst fans have come to expect, but soar as well under the steady hands of Vinnie and Dime. "We'll Grind That Axe' is in a way, our motto," noted Anselmo. "We'll keep fucking kicking ass, giving our all, until we can't fucking do it anymore." Pantera's unfavorable demise would come only four short years later though with the onstage murder of Dimebag Darrell by a deranged fan.


Side A

Goddamn Electric
Yesterday Don't Mean S**t
You've Got To Belong To It
Revolution Is My Name

Side B

Death Rattle
We'll Grind That Ax For A Long Time
It Makes Them Disappear
I'll Cast A Shadow

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