Hard rock stalwarts HELLYEAH digitally release first track “333,” from their eagerly anticipated new album featuring the late Vinnie Paul Abbott’s final recordings via Eleven Seven Music Group HERE. Early album pre-orders with classic merch are available HERE. “Vinnie originally came up with the idea for 333,” said singer Chad Gray. “A lot of people […]
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After a hugely successful US arena run with Volbeat and labelmates Five Finger Death Punch and Nothing More, HELLYEAH will head back to those markets for a triumphant headline run, with special guests DEVOUR THE DAY and LIKE A STORM in tow. The band celebrates their first-ever Top 10 radio single “Moth,” and its companion […]
Hard rock supergroup HELLYEAH is back with a their third album, entitled Band of Brothers. The album, the band’s first effort for their new label home, Eleven Seven Music, was recorded in Dallas at drummer Vinnie Paul’s home studio, VP’s Upstairs Studio, and was produced by the band and Jeremy Parker (Godsmack, Evanessence), who also […]
The 20th Anniversary Edition of PANTERA’s Cowboys From Hell is currently streaming in its entirety on AOL’s Full CD Listening Party at this location. The Deluxe and Expanded editions of Pantera’s Cowboys From Hell were released on September 14th at all retail outlets, including Pantera.com and Rhino.com. Check out Icon Vs. Icon’s recent interview with Pantera frontman […]
Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo looks back at 20 years of ‘Cowboys From Hell’, impact of Dimebag Darrell’s passing, his upcoming autobiography, and what we can expect from his solo material.
Rock legends Pantera will be premiering the track ‘The Will to Survive’ on their official Facebook Page at Noon EST on August 30th. The track is from the Deluxe and Expanded editions of Pantera’s Cowboys From Hell will be released September 14th at all retail outlets, including Pantera.com and Rhino.com. Check out the packaging for the […]
PANTERA found its growl and groove on COWBOYS FROM HELL, a landmark album whose bone-powdering intensity, razor-sharp riffing and pummeling rhythmic assault represented a turning point in modern metal when it was released in 1990. More than just PANTERA’s major label debut, many consider this album to be the official debut of the PANTERA lineup […]