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Pantera "Cowboys from Hell: 20th Anniversary Edition" due September 14th

Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by D.Ingram, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. Alteredmindeath

    Alteredmindeath Wasteland Survivor

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    What im trying to say is he's been wasting time in pop groups when he could of formed a good metal band but releasing CFH was a nice little present from Pantera.
     
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    I'd hardly say Hellyeah were a pop group. A shit band for sure, but not pop.
     
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    They're "Meh", nothing to scratch the Pantera legacy.
     
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    Keenan Crippling Self Doubt

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    Alteredmindeath Wasteland Survivor

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    May not be pop to you but to me HellYEah is radio pop music. Damageplan was like Pantera off of the steroids too. But Hellyeah is just a radio friendly, jock pretty boy band for hipsters and trendsuckers. It's a band just to get girls wet, and college jocks pumped. Pantera has long been in the grave, and their legacy is in stone. I haven't really liked Phil's bands either. I thought Superjoint Ritual was crap, I don't really like DOWN, and some of his black metal projects were a joke. The stars are just not aligned anymore.
     
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    metallicdistort Shite name.

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    Why is this a bad thing?
     
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    Alteredmindeath Wasteland Survivor

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    If their hot no, ugly yes.
     
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    Downs first two records are great, Superjoint are immense if you know what they're getting at, Phil's other projects like Arson Anthem and Christ Inversion are actually really good too. So really, it seems to me that if the former members of Panter aren't actually playing in Pantera then it's no good for you. I'll admit that nothing they do from now on will match the success they had with that band but seriously, saying Superjoint is shit is just wrong.

    I still think Hellyeah are wank though.
     
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    I think Down are pretty awesome.
     
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    They WERE - but I really hated Over the Under.
     
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    Ah i've only got NOLA
     
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    Alteredmindeath Wasteland Survivor

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    Yeah I gave Phil's bands a chance, I even saw Superjoint live at OZZFEST but they just don't appeal to me musically. I am very picky before I can accept a band and say I like them.
     
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    I don't see how people can't like Superjoint, especially if they were a fan of Trendkill
     
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    Down is amazing, I haven't quite gotten into Superjoint yet (suggestions ???).

    Necrophagia was a major LOL.
     
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    Superjoint Ritual only have two albums - Use Once and Destroy (2002) and A Lethal Dose of American Hatred (2003).

    It's a bizzare mix of doom, blackmetal, grind, death metal, groove and crossover thrash - you have to kind of appreciate all of those to a certain degree to really 'get' SJR. Which makes little sense to me personally since I gotinto them around the time their second album came out ahahaha
     

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