Pantera & Emoji Fame have teamed up to bring you Pantera stickers for Iphone

Amazing video of Johnny’s 16th Birthday present from his deceased father. Happy Birthday Johnathon Crow!

11 years after it’s Rhino re-release… 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell is #1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers in Thrash and Speed Metal.

Thanks to all of you who bought 3 Vulgar Videos from Hell in the last 48 hours! #1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers list. Didn’t grab one yet? Pick one up here: http://amzn.to/2ozqblj

 

Vinnie tells Loudwire What the World Doesn’t Know About Dimebag Darrell

Trendkill merch has been added to the Pantera Online Store!

Listening party for 20th Anniversary Edition of The Great Southern Trendkill

Come hear the 20th Anniversary Edition of The Great Southern Trendkill at Duff’s Alcohol Abuse Center on Friday, October 21st at 10:00PM. Lots of Pantera giveaways to be had! Hope to see you all there.

Duff’s Location: 168 Marcy Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211

Duff’s Wesite: http://www.duffsbrooklyn.com/

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Hear early mixes of Floods and Drag The Waters that will be on the Trendkill reissue.

TGSTK 20th Anniversary

We know you have been waiting (not so) patiently for this! The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition will be released on October 21, 2016. This two-disc set includes the original album remastered, plus a dozen previously unreleased mixes, instrumentals, and live recordings. (Preorder now: smarturl.it/trendkill20)

Also being released on October 21, 2016, is a single LP titled THE GREAT SOUTHERN OUTTAKES featuring 10 of the unreleased tracks. (Preorder now: smarturl.it/gsouttakes)

Man makes a guitar out of microwave oven, proceeds to jam some Pantera in this new viral video.

15 years ago (yesterday), Pantera played what would become their last live show. Here’s a video of Hostile from that night with special guest, Kerry King

A very special person was born on this day, 50 years ago! The late, great Dimebag Darrell.

Make sure lots of blacktooths are flowing today. That’s how Dime would have wanted it! Forever missed. Happy 50th Dime!

Sterling Winfield on Recording With Pantera and Modern Metal

Sterling Winfield is angry. Not from the years of hanging around with Pantera as their engineer, producer and tour tech. Not because Dimebag is gone. It’s the haunting feeling that the way Dime and the band did things is dying.

He has plenty of evidence to back this up. From his days as an engineer at Dallas Sound Lab in the early ‘90s through his work with Pantera on the Grammy-nominated albums Reinventing The Steel and Far Beyond Driven, Sterling had a front row seat to the way metal albums used to be recorded.

Today Winfield works primarily from his own studio, Boot Hill, with a broad spectrum of artists, including hip-hop, R&B, country, blues, choral, jazz and orchestral. Among his recent projects, he produced and engineered metal band Texas Hippie Coalition’s latest release, Dark Side Of Black, produced and mixed Canadian hard rock band A Rebel Few’s new album, As The Crow Flies.

He also collaborated with Erykah Badu on the track “Maiysha,” her contribution to Robert Glasper’s Miles Davis tribute album, Everything’s Beautiful. So his perspective isn’t exactly that of a “metal guy” insulated from the rest of the recording world.

While he was co-producing War Paint, his seventh album with progressive rock band Vangough, I had a chance to dive in with him on the metal world’s dangerous creep into DAW massaging and the way things used to be.

To read the article/interview in it’s entirety, check it out on reverb.com here.

The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition will be released on October 21, 2016. (Preorder now!)

TGSTK 20th Anniversary

We know you have been waiting (not so) patiently for this! The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition will be released on October 21, 2016. This two-disc set includes the original album remastered, plus a dozen previously unreleased mixes, instrumentals, and live recordings. (Preorder now: smarturl.it/trendkill20)

Also being released on October 21, 2016, is a single LP titled THE GREAT SOUTHERN OUTTAKES featuring 10 of the unreleased tracks. (Preorder now: smarturl.it/gsouttakes)

More details on previously unreleased material:
The companion disc that accompanies the original album features an unreleased version of every album track, including two versions of “Suicide Note Pt. 1” – a rough mix of the track, along with a separate version of the introduction, which spotlights Dimebag on 12-string acoustic guitar. The second disc also features a newly remixed version of the title track, rough mixes for “Drag The Waters” and “The Underground In America”, as well as instrumental takes for “13 Steps To Nowhere” and “Living Through Me (Hell’s Wrath)”. In addition to the studio recordings, the anniversary collection features three live tracks recorded at the Dynamo Festival in Holland in 1998: “War Nerve”, “Suicide Note Pt. II” and “Sandblasted Skin”.

We are so sad and disappointed to hear that Christina Grimmie was gunned down the same way that Dimebag Darrell was.

After Dime’s murder, we all prayed that our industry (i.e. club owners & promoters) would do whatever they needed to do to protect artists from gun wielding fanatics. Sadly, that’s not the case and another rising star had to pay the consequences with her life. SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE! RIP Christina & RIP Dime, Jeff Thompson, Erin Halk, and Nathan Bray.

Rolling Stone Magazine: Hear Hellyeah Cover Phil Collins With Lost Dimebag Darrell Guitar Performance

Heavy metal supergroup Hellyeah had finished recording the basic tracks for fifth album Unden!able when they started throwing around ideas for a cover song to add to the mix. Guitarist Christian Brady suggested the 1982 Phil Collins song “I Don’t Care Anymore,” and drummer Vinnie Paul burst out laughing — not because he thought it was a bad idea, but because he and his late brother Dimebag Darrell, both of legendary metal band Pantera, recorded the track around 10 years ago with their follow-up band Damageplan. The version went unused.

Read the entire article and hear the song here: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/hear-hellyeah-cover-phil-collins-with-lost-dimebag-darrell-guitar-performance-20160602#ixzz4ApalVWNz

Dimebag’s Dean of Destiny: A story of friendship and Dimebag”s famous Dean from Hell ML

A short, teenage boy equipped with twigs for appendages hides behind his weapon of choice: a cherry sunburst Dean. With the guitar covering most of his torso, the adolescent is about to embark into a world of scrupulous eyes and experienced, calloused fingers. Although he’s one of the youngest competitors, he looks calm, refreshed and at home all alone on the stage. The judges prepare their scorecards, the crowd continues to settle in and several contestants snicker at the prospect of this ‘child’ surpassing their skill and talent levels. As the spotlight recedes from the back of the room and greets the youngster with a bright ‘hello,’ his teased and feathered brown hair is saturated with sweat. Not the sweat of a nervous novice, but the anticipatory perspiration of victory and confidence. The audience and fellow competitors are about to learn a lesson: looks can be deceiving.

Terry Glaze singing and playing rhythm while Darrell shreds:
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To read this story in it’s entirety, check it out on premierguitar.com here.