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Re: Pantera! Huh, I could've sworn there was already a thread for these guys. Weird. But Pantera is awesome, they are one of my favorite bands as well. I've been rocking to them ever since I was a little kid. Every one of their albums has something awesome to offer, and I can't even think of a song I dislike. There's just something about their raw, metal grooviness that I love and can't stop listening to.

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Huh, I could've sworn there was already a thread for these guys. Weird. But Pantera is awesome, they are one of my favorite bands as well. I've been rocking to them ever since I was a little kid. Every one of their albums has something awesome to offer, and I can't even think of a song I dislike. There's just something about their raw, metal grooviness that I love and can't stop listening to.
My own "Mosh Pit" Thread was about Pantera :P But this is the Real deal! The Holy thread!

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Re: Pantera! @Apoc: Ahhh, that's right. That thread had an ! at the end of it too, so I guess that's why I thought there was another. :P

Pantera is awesome and not to mention full of life!
So true, even after everything that happened with Dimebag, their music is still just so full of energy and life. Heh.

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Re: Pantera! gotta love Pantera, Dimebag was such an incredible guitar player, and his guitars always looked so cool too, Pantera were one of the first metal bands I discovered about 8 years ago now and while my taste in metal has changed even in that short time (I know someone who has been into metal for 30 years) Pantera has remained among my fave bands

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RIP Dimebag you were taken away from us much too soon a great metal band as well speaking of pantera did anyone get the rebel meets rebel with rex vinnie dime they did a cd with country singer david allen coe it is great though

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RIP Dimebag you were taken away from us much too soon a great metal band as well speaking of pantera did anyone get the rebel meets rebe with rex vinnie dime they did a cd with country singer david allen coe it is great though
yeah i heard that thru a mate, very good album indeed. I grew up listening to Pantera and worshipped them till after dime's death. I had tickets to "tattoo the planet" in brum to go see them and slayer but then some twat threw two planes into some buildings and they went straight home again, i was totally gutted as that was the last chance i would get to see them in the uk. I used to watch the vids while having some beers and thought god damn man that what i want to do. I guess its what made me become a drummer in a metal band and i thank them for that! my taste is much more extreme now but i always keep my pantera cd's at hand! i had a few beers the other week and stuck domination live in moscow on and man that brought back some memories and it felt awesome. Amazing band, amazing times. \m/

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yeah i heard that thru a mate' date=' very good album indeed. I grew up listening to Pantera and worshipped them till after dime's death. I had tickets to "tattoo the planet" in brum to go see them and slayer but then some twat threw two planes into some buildings and they went straight home again, i was totally gutted as that was the last chance i would get to see them in the uk. I used to watch the vids while having some beers and thought god damn man that what i want to do. I guess its what made me become a drummer in a metal band and i thank them for that! my taste is much more extreme now but i always keep my pantera cd's at hand! i had a few beers the other week and stuck domination live in moscow on and man that brought back some memories and it felt awesome. Amazing band, amazing times. \m/[/quote'] they where good i heard phil and vinne are going to mend fences well see what happens from there maybe a semit reunion with vinne rex and phil with zakk only a rumor though

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they where good i heard phil and vinne are going to mend fences well see what happens from there maybe a semit reunion with vinne rex and phil with zakk only a rumor though
doubt it apparently in rex's book hes not up for anything like a reunion and metal hammer said that Phil says his door is open but vinne isnt walking through it even though he has not said anything as yet. I'm not sure if a reunion would be a good thing tbh, Pantera without Dime just isnt worth it. Id still enjoying seeing that tho..

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holy shit you wanna talk about a dead thread no one had commented in here for like two fucking years Pantera fucking slay, I don't like Vulgar Display Of Power, Far Beyond Driven or Reinventing The Steel as much as Cowboys From Hell or The Great Southern Trendkill though

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holy shit you wanna talk about a dead thread no one had commented in here for like two fucking years Pantera fucking slay, I don't like Vulgar Display Of Power, Far Beyond Driven or Reinventing The Steel as much as Cowboys From Hell or The Great Southern Trendkill though
Don't forget about Power Metal, their first album with Phil on vocals. Some days that album is my favorite one from Pantera, it's pretty awesome power/speed metal, totally Judas Priest inspired. One of my favorite tracks for those that haven't heard the album: 1pscCD5cAEk

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Power Metal was so awesome even NTNR liked it' date=' and he fucking hates Pantera and anyone who thinks they have more then one decent album[/quote'] I would assume that he would be one of those people that likes more than one of their albums, because you know he would dig their faggy glam albums. Sent from my HTC PH39100 using Tapatalk 2

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Pantera are one of my biggest inspirations in metal! The first time I heard them was their performance of Cowboys From Hell at the 1991 monsters of rock festival in moscow. I loved it. But, when I started listening to more of their stuff, I started to like them less. It was too heavy for me. I probably should have put them aside until I was ready to start listening to heavier metal. Long story short, I like them a lot now and listen to them almost everyday.

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I would assume that he would be one of those people that likes more than one of their albums, because you know he would dig their faggy glam albums. Sent from my HTC PH39100 using Tapatalk 2
Actually I hate all their work except Power Metal. Their glam stuff is just awful rocky crap. So no, as usual you're both wrong.

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