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Pantera - Screaming Black Messiahs (2008) DVD5

The preeminent metal band of the early to mid-'90s, Pantera put to rest
any and all remnants of the '80s metal scene, almost single-handedly
demoalishing any notion that hair metal, speed metal, power metal, et

, were anything but passé. Loathe to admit it, the Texas band had in
fact been one of those '80s metal bands, releasing fairly unsuccessful
(and later disowned) glam-inspired music throughout much of the decade.
The about-face came with the addition of vocalist Phil Anselmo, and the
key turning point was the band's major-label debut, Cowboys from Hell

Pantera's mainstream breakthrough came next with Vulgar Display of Power
(1992), their second major-label album, which thrust the band to the
forefront of the metal scene, alongside such veteran bands as Metallica,
Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax, as well as fellow up-and-comers
Sepultura and White Zombie. By the time Pantera unleashed Far Beyond
Driven (1994), after two long years of touring, they were the most
popular metal band in the land: the new album debuted atop the Billboard
Top 200 as its lead single, "I'm Broken," was getting massive airplay.

At the height of their popularity and influence, Pantera began to
self-destruct. Less than two months after the release of The Great
Southern Trendkill (1996) -- an album ridden with allusions to drug
abuse and personal destruction -- Anselmo overdosed on heroin after a
homecoming concert in Texas, and as tensions rose between him and his
fellow bandmembers, he began engaging with a growing list of side
projects that kept him away from Pantera. A live album, Official Live:
101 Proof (1997), was compiled for release when it became evident that
no new studio album was forthcoming any time soon. One final studio
album did result, Reinventing the Steel (2000), but that was more or
less it for the briefly reunited Pantera. The bandmembers once again
went their sperate ways, forming such bands as Damageplan, Down, and
Superjoint Ritual.

The end of Pantera then became official on December 8, 2004, when
guitarist Dimebag Darrell was murdered on-stage by a deranged fan. This
much-publicized murder shone the spotlight back on Pantera for an
extended moment, and amid all of the emotional outpouring and tributes, a
consensus arose: in retrospect, there was no greater metal band during
the early to mid-'90s than Pantera, who inspired a legion of rabid fans
and whose oft-termed "groove metal" style bucked all prevailing trends
of the day -- from hair metal and grunge to nu-metal and rap-metal --
and remains singular to this day, as defined by the vocals of Anselmo as
it is by the guitar of Dimebag. ~ Jason Birchmeier

Band Members

Vinnie Paul Drums
Dimebag Darren Guitars
Rex Brown Bass
Phil Anselmo Vocals


Metal Magic (1983)
Projects In The Jungle (1984)
I Am The Night (1985)
Power Metal (1988)
Cowboys From Hell (1990)
Vulgar Display Of Power (1992)
Far Beyond Driven (1994)
The Great Southern Trendkill (1996)
Reinventing The Steel (2000)

Screaming Black Messiahs (2008)

1 Introduction
2 Dallas, Texas
3 Early Days
4 Pantego Studios
5 The Southern Circuit
6 ATCO and Lift off!
7 Up with their heroes
8 Far beyond driven
9 Side projects and doubts
10 The Last Album
11 Damage Plan
12 The Shooting
13 RIP Dimebag
14 Vinnie Records Again
15 Legasy

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