To paraphrase the great Alex Webster, bassist of Cannibal Corpse, metal wasn’t born in a vacuum. It’s true. Metal has significantly evolved over the last six or so decades to produce a vast array of genres, subgenres, and beyond.
In a massively successful career that spanned over two decades, Pantera’s latter years are often eclipsed by their earlier offerings. Forrest Green examines Pantera’s last two albums, and explains why they deserve the same legendary status as the band’s other releases.
Read the latest article by new author Forrest Green as he covers the mid-90s, classic metal film Airheads.
Travel back to the Summer of 1993 for a narrative review of how I was introduced to what would be THE album that propelled me into a lifelong love of metal.