Pantera - Reinventing The Steel


7.6 | 605 votes |
Release date: 7 March 2000
Style: Groove metal

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01. Hellbound
02. Goddamn Electric
03. Yesterday Don't Mean Shit
04. You've Got To Belong To It
05. Revolution Is My Name
06. Death Rattle
07. We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time
08. Up Lift
09. It Makes Them Disappear
10. I'll Cast A Shadow

Line-up
Phil Anselmo - vocals
Dimebag Darrell - guitars
Vinnie Paul - drums
Rex Brown - bass

Guest review by
Thrash del Sur
Rating:
9.0
2000 was the year when nu-metal filled the charts in US and lots of melodic-symphonic-anything-metal bands were around in Europe, times I seriously don't miss. The Pantera guys came back to basics, setting a difference with the trend of those days. With this album the southern band meant to be a leader not a follower.

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published 11.02.2010 | Comments (20)

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21.10.2011 - 21:01
Rating: 9
Butters49
Most underrated Pantera album
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"Sataaaaaaaaan. Yeah yeah!"
-King Diamond
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26.12.2012 - 17:17
Heydrich SD
LET ME SEE YOUR FUCKING HANDS RIGHT NOW GREAT CFH
:banger2:
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28.12.2012 - 21:42
Rating: 8
bblitz
Written by Butters49 on 21.10.2011 at 21:01

Most underrated Pantera album

I absolutely agree,better than far beyond driven and great southern trendkill.
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26.05.2013 - 00:21
Rating: 10
Ralle
Fuckin great album, much better then GREAT... and FAR...!!!
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31.01.2014 - 01:20
Lit.
Account deleted
A massive step down from the awesome Great Southern Trendkill, but okayish otherwise.

Dat Hole In The Sky cover, tho.
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27.05.2018 - 09:11
Rating: 7
Übermensch242
So I actually sat down and listened to this album for the first time since I was a teenager (I've listened to individual songs [particularly the first 3 tracks] many times over the years, but never actually sat down and listened to the whole thing since I was much younger) and wow, many bands split up after releasing SHIT albums......Pantera do not fall into this category at all! Good album to what would be their last studio effort. What makes it more impressive is that this was released in 2000, a terrible era for metal in general......a time when guitar solos were deemed 'unhip' *shoots self in head*. This album stands tall and apart at least compared to the more mainstream acts of that era......I think it's far better than The Great Southern Trendkill even.

Shitty part is, all these tracks I forgot about over the years, I'm having to re-purchase them because, although I own the album, I only own the censored version, I bought it when I was a young teenager
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What is the difference between the man who fools you from the pulpit, and the other man who fools you from the platform?
Both of them seek to obtain power over you - To rule your mind, control your property interests or labor power.
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