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9 thoughts on “ Well Grind That Axe For A Long Time - Pantera - Reinventing The Steel (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Pantera - Live, Reinventing the Steel Tour YouTube Pantera - 2/6/01 Event Center, San Jose, CA (full show) MASTER - .
  2. Pantera - Reinventing The Steel The last album of thrash gods Pantera, Reinventing The Steel was a decidedly sour note to leave on. Personal battles and growing tension between the band members came to a head as they split for good after this album, but signs were very prominent beforehand of .
  3. PANTERA "Reinventing the Steel" Revolution Is My Name Death Rattle We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time STATIC-X), it is utterly refreshing to hear an album that is.
  4. Reinventing the Steel by Pantera - CD () "We'll Grind That Axe For a Long Time" conveys the band's dedication to metal. Anselmo's screaming vocals, Dimebag's flashy solo and Vinnie Paul's double-bass drum action make "I'll Cast A Shadow" a thunderous album closer. Sepultura. Quadra $ CD Sale. Add to Cart/5().
  5. Mar 21,  · Reinventing the Steel is more groove oriented than Pantera's previous two albums, The Great Southern Trendkill () and Far Beyond Driven (). Songs like "Revolution Is My Name" and "You've Got To Belong To It" are pure heavy Southern boogie, sounding like ZZ Top on steroids/5().
  6. Reinventing the Steel is the sound of Pantera trying to get one more album out before inter-member pressure, side-bands, as well as drugs and alcohol would inevitably destroy the band. Tensions were at an all-time high and the years since Trendkill were hard on Pantera. Still, it seems like they had just enough energy to pull together one more album.
  7. Mar 14,  · Reinventing the Steel is more groove oriented than Pantera's previous two albums, The Great Southern Trendkill () and Far Beyond Driven (). Songs like "Revolution Is My Name" and "You've Got To Belong To It" are pure heavy Southern boogie, sounding like ZZ Top on steroids/5().
  8. Jan 01,  · Release Date. 1 January Released March 14, Recorded – Reinventing the Steel contains lyrics mostly about the band itself, as on "We'll Grind that Axe for a Long Time" (where the band members tell about how they've kept it "true" throughout the years, while many of their peers "sucked up for the fame") and "I'll Cast a Shadow" (about Pantera's influence on the genre).
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Reinventing The Steel on Discogs/5(16).

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