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Previously Unreleased Pantera Track Posted With New Video

Back in 1992, pioneering U.S. metal band Pantera released Vulgar Display of Power, the album that is often credited with laying the foundation of groove metal. Now, nine years after the band’s dissolution and eight years after the death of founding member Dimebag Darrell, the band have put out a previously unreleased single along with […]

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Rolling Stone India Apr 12, 2012
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Back in 1992, pioneering U.S. metal band Pantera released Vulgar Display of Power, the album that is often credited with laying the foundation of groove metal. Now, nine years after the band’s dissolution and eight years after the death of founding member Dimebag Darrell, the band have put out a previously unreleased single along with a video. This is part of a deluxe reissue of Vulgar Display to be released on May 21st, commemorating 20 years of the iconic album. The track “Piss” was discovered by drummer Vinnie Paul when going through the band’s archives. To accompany the track the band asked fans on Facebook to send in home videos of them headbanging to Pantera or to come in for a shoot inLos Angeles.

 

The video, directed by Zach Merck, pays tribute to Vulgar Display by recreating its striking face-punch cover art. The deluxe reissue will feature the original album remastered, previously unreleased footage from a live performance inItaly from September 1992 and three official music videos from the album along with rediscovered track “Piss.”

 

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